This is probably one of my absolute favorite chapters. Chae-Doge continues with Deljin facing the Challenge of the Kai.
This one was written a few years back originally. I liked the concept, but it wasn't nearly long enough (and really it still isn't). I added a lot to it, and here it is. I hope you like it.
A poem I wrote when everyone seemed to want me to drop fantasy and write 'normal stuff'. This is my reply.
This was a challenge from fellow Elfwoodian Che Franz Monroe. He basically told me 'Write me a poem. Ten lines-ten syllables each. Subject: Angels.' Two hours and one migraine later this was born to the world. Enjoy!!
T'ong is the king of the tavern; a local hero and warrior of some prowess. But when a mysterious stranger enters the room, he cannot resist taking on a challenge he had done better leaving...
This is a joined effort story of myself and a friend, written in a post-by-post manner on a forum we both used to frequent. It features our internet aliasses in a rather intense fight for superiority... to bad i lost :P. Many thanks to Angelis (the co-writer) for giving me permission to upload it to Elfwood.
This story was written as part of the great muse strawberry challenge given to me by Star Black and Draco Malfoy.
A loving husband is disgusted by the horrific events that play out in front of him which involve foxes, goats and his wife. Flash Fiction Challenge #1 Stimulus: Red fox eats goat The challenge is to write a flash fiction with a random stimulus.
A piece of flash fiction written for a writing forum challenge. The theme was resolutions with a 200 word count maximum.
A flash piece for the scribes challenge. The theme was 'the queen' with a 200 word count maximum.
If I am not for myself, who will be for me? If I am not for others, what am I? And if not now, when? --Hillel The Reaper lays us all to rest. Do you challenge her at her own game?
Alexandra visits the mysterious Zcartpodion forest but it doesn't last long as she is confronted by a curse. Flash Fiction Challenge #2 Stimulus: A girl cries blue ink.
This is just something I wrote hoping that one day I would write a story to...
All Chloe wants to do is eat a bowl of Honey Crisps at six o'clock in the morning. However, a card in her cereal box invites her to challenge a game for a chance to win one million dollars. Unfortunately, Chloe finds out all too soon that the Maze is no game.
A tale taken from an on-going story line my boyfriend and I have. Written for the livejournal ew_gothic challenge (re-write/draw the balcony scene in Romeo and Juliette), this tells a night in the life of a gargress, Dediam-Jade Pendragon, and her husband, Tyrius von Talone.