I have this in poem form, and now Im changing it to story form, hence stanzas.
I really don't know what to list this under. I'm guessing High Fantasy. This is a ideological myth I wrote for my Myths of the Greek class this semester. I rather like it. Let me know what you think!
A tribute to the Queen of Ice, part of the standard repertoire of any respectable Ailurian bard. Yes, my darlings, I have finally actually written music for it and will perform it on February 27th at my senior recital.
I put capters five and six togther because the chapters are short. and if you are waiting for a name, be patient.
Another piece of Ginger's Story. . .but not the whole story. . .
I don't like this as much i 's short and intrduces more charecters
A lovely vision of Lady Autumn. Part of the inspiration came from artist, Jonathon Earl Bowser's 'Singer of the Autumn Lullabye(http://www.jonathonart.com/aut.html)
Kale, a safe and happy but incorrigable guy is walking home when a ninja girl drops into his life and kills his date.
this is a story about a girl named Natasha, who is taken from her home on Earth to the Void.
This is a dream I had, which I typed out as soon as I woke up. It made my brother really cranky, because he couldn't play his computer games, but it was such a wonderful dream I wanted to preserve it in as much coherency as possible. I hope I have succeeded to some extent, and that you can experience a measure of my dream.
This is a short, recent, and extremely unsatisfying story. Aren't you dying to know what it's about?
In a world in which all forms of art have long been forgotten, a girl tries to recreate a scene the only way she knows how.
Something very short, but still throws you into that fantasy world where some of us belong forever.
“The Open Hand” is the first story I wrote set in what I would eventually call The Universe of the Nine Roads. It’s also the first story featuring Zerieth, who goes on to become the Hierophant of the White Road in the novel I am working on and introduces The Order of the Open Hand. I place it here, after it’s having been rejected from all the best publications, for the delectation of my beloved readers, representing the “High Fantasy” stream of my work.
Part two. . .cause I wanted to get it up. I think this one clashes with the first, but that's not a bad thing.
A young mage disscovers the magical tallents of a blind girl and helps her to develope her craft so that she is able to 'See' for the first time in her life.