This is what happens when you read too much J Gregory Keyes (The Blackgod) and happen to be creating the whole elven language by yourself. I'm already working on the second part, so don't hassle me.
Introducing some new characters: Marabou (mar-e-boo) and Spare. Our little sprite gets a name!
This was done a number of years ago, and is a tribute to my dog Kira, who died of a grand mal siezure. She was an Alaskan Malamute and loved children. If you don't know what an Alaskan Malamute is, look 'em up. They're absolutly great dogs, if sometimes stubborn, and are great with kids and generally love people more than any lab could hope to. Not that I have anything against labs, but malamutes have a "dog-anality" all their own. This story is also a tribute to all the other pets I've had and loved through the years.
My entry into the Reverse Illustration contest based off of this image:http://www.elfwood.com/~aaronpocock/Crow-Rider.3516252.html
We made it! The final installment of Severed Shadows!And just in case you are sad to see it all ending, this one leaves it wide open to "Continue". :D
The first part of a story I wrote for the school magazine loosely based on the grimm brothers fairytale The Three Crows. there will be four parts, this one is probably closest to the original source material
This is a test writing for one of the books in my series. It comes from book seven, 'The Ghosts of Nahor'. It was done for a creative writing class, and was done completely to convey mood.
My daughter requested another tale, so I wrote her a poem. Even though it's a bit sad, she laughed at the end, and I smiled the entire time writing it. Enjoy!
This is a story about my assassin character and my friends. Pardon my grammer mistakes.
I couldn't write on ch. 6, no matter how much I wanted to, so I decided to write a story about Writer's Block, and... well... this is it.
A three in one poem. It treats the same bird in three mythologies: Greek, Norse and Celtic (in that order). Very interesting. Try to guess the bird. The first part is inspired in Ovid's style in Metamorphoses... the story comes out from there too.
This was originally written for a contest and later expanded. I'm currently working on part two.
This is about me...or dawn, I mean. No, it's about a winter dawn. Hehe...