A legend among the elves is retold...(This chapter is not quite finished, but will be soon)
Just something I thought up one day, after reading 'The Ship who Searched' by Mercedes Lackey and Anne McCaffery.
The second half of the story of Josif and Danel and their team of icewalkers... Though they've reached the base of the mountains, they must now surmount that challenge, and others moreover.
More of the Kairin Children, but this time they meet some little creatures called Eiyir and a faery.
This is part of the first chapter of the book I have in the works...will finish it as soon as possible!
Misha is back finally! I think that I had the most fun writing this chapter, so far, though there is one other that I really like. I has a new MC that no one has seen yet. What will happen next? Stay tuned!
My epic. So to speak. A long poem that actually has a plot, and my favorite completed work. Some people seem to find it odd that I have it memorized. The tune is a slightly mangled version of 'Hush, Little Baby.' After I wrote it, it seemed to have a bit of an environmental theme. Now and again, I try to think how I could make the rhythm a little smoother.
I went to CTYI this summer and did a course called Writing for Life. It helped me produce some of my best work to date. Credit to my teacher, Yvonne, for bringing us to a graveyard for inspirational purposes. Never would have written this story otherwise. Anyway, this piece has been affectionately nicknamed 'The Dead Baby Story' by my classmates. It's somewhat abstract. Leave me comments! This story got Mod's Choice, August 19th, 2004. Go raibh mile maith agat! Someone high-five me! NOW!
Poem of a recently created ghost, unaccepting of the fate that he has been dealt.
Another night creature poem...I wrote this when we got out first big snow of the year, on Dec.2. I don't know if this one is as good as the other tho'... title means 'Cold Stars'
A short story I wrote for a contest for Renderosity Magazine - Issue 8. Theme: A Winters Tale. The biggest problem I had was staying within the limit of 1000 words. It meant I had leave a lot out of it. I've rewriten the story, put everything I had to take out back in. You can read the Extended Version here (Image created by myself, using Poser and Photoshop)
A short poem inspired by the story of the ice queen. Make of it what you will.
Well the frigid winter is on its way. This is a piece of poetry written as a tribute to the season. The illustration shows the spirit of winter about to draw the warmth out of a young elf with a kiss.
Science fiction. The first part. There was more, but my computer made it disappear, so I'll have to start over.
I just finished typing this and haven't even proofed it yet but I thought I'd stick it up here anyway because it's a happy story and I so rarely write those.
Something that was, at one point, going to be the start of a much larger piece (and might still be, one day). I found, though, that beyond this point the quality of what I was writing began to drop off fairly dramatically and I didn't know quite what I wanted to happen. As a result, I decided to cut it here for the time being, although I may well come back to it one day if that particular inspirational spark ever returns.