This is the lament of the black sorcerer, and also the prologue to my story 'The Serpent's Coil'.
I got the idea for this story not that long ago.... An example of my furry writing, I have come to like the dark atmopshere that I started this in. The chapters will be posted as I write them. It is a welcome break from The First Alliance, in which I am currently having writer's block. Fustrating.
A continuation, apparently, of the first chapter. I love how this one's coming along! Hardly anyone's read it... comments and critiques are always welcomed.
Not much to say really... next part of Garnor's story... again would like to thank Caitlyn and Sasha for editing help.
Well... these would be the darkest most angsty chapters... very angsty... I was NOT in a very peppy mood when I wrote these... heh... keep that in mind *hides* More Garnor and Alranos and the pain of being Death. Eternal thanks to Joelle and Becca for their editing help... oh... and this is the last set of chapters where Garnor was an Elf... anyone who is/was and elf is not a Maiel... but I was too lazy to change it here... when i do the major edit I'll switch that (and the POV problem in here as well... I'm so lazy... should so not be a writer^_~) umm... enjoy? *runs away*
Darien visits another city and almost drinks Ashton's blood. Ashton and Michael find a vigilante (and hold hands ~_~).
Morkansana, evil dark and powerful he performs a ritual to become even stronger.
I don't want to explain, but if you really must know, ask. I know it's odd, and to justify my insanity, it was for English class, so my teacher is the crazy one, and I wrote it with a friend. (A 2003 piece)
Alvarien comes back to her father (Moradh) and a happy reuinion ensues... blah blah blah.
A young boy named Hauk must venture to the new government of the capital city, Trine, and bring it down. Evanescence has wronged many people, and Hauk and friends must release the gods and the floating queen from their sleep.
A tale of werewolves, vampires, and something the world has never seen before... The continuing adventures of Devon and Red's endless sarcasm. I really like using sound and thoughts in this story. Could it possibly serve a unique literary purpose? Probably not. Oh yes, most blood and gore happens behind closed doors or off page, but that doesn't mean you don't see it. You have been WARNED!!! Enjoy.
So here we have the further adventures of our friend Dreg Thomson, and his second-in-command Jada. As I have told some of my test readers, Dreg is not a particularly admirable man, nor are the Nighblades an organization I would like to have operating in my city. However, they will all be important later on, so you'd better just learn to put up with them.
Beware of black and blue tops and baggy trousers ;)
Ever wonder what you hear, in the howls at night? Not all are dogs, you see. Some, once had words, and if you listen closely enough, you can hear them in the wailing howl...
This is the best of the stright high fantasy that I've ever written. There are alot of artists out there who have drawn Johnny D for me. Perhaps someday I'll get around to building a tour for it (if there is a demand).
The beginning of a very long story of dragon riders and spirits intent on taking over the world. Anything in italics is spoken through the mind, and not heard outloud.
An introduction to one of the members of the Gemstone Council, Marigoth Kenspie, who seeks revenge upon those who, in her mind, have wronged her. In order to facilitate her revenge, she has turned to the dark art of necromancy.
The tale of how Shade and Blackjack graduated from mere demon hunters to Daemonslayers. Continuity: This occurs long before Soul joins them, and also before Shade falls prey to Raven (that story is on my website, but it's a crossover/fan fiction so won't be appearing here anytime soon).
The Midnight Murderer's legacy lives on in his son, Tarun Delano. Tarun gets the surprise of his life on his 18th birthday when a mysterious black fox shows up, leaving behind a coat and lap top computer. Tarun is forced to make a choice, which choice he will choose is unknown to him. (If you haven't read 'The Midnight Murderer', you may want to read that one first.)