I was riffling around my computer and found this... really, I don't even know what the inspiration was. I think it was this picture I saw on Elfwood long ago, a scratchboard angel that was done very well, with a ton of black behind her... the whole image had a miasma of... well, end of the world, I guess. And I thought this up. It's not finished, I'm not sure if it ever will be... but yeah.
Kalika, wielder of the Phoenix Arrow, a weapon born in the fire of pure magic. It grants luck where it will, and always, has remained loyal to her. But it creates its own kind of luck and not even she comprehend what it is giving her. A tale of luck, fate, and the inevitable.
A young mother faces a gruesome choice for the fate of her children.
One of my favourites. Just about if a god needs his people
A poem of two armies, eternally locked in a battle seperated by time because of their undying hatred for one another.
This is my first (and likely only) horror piece. It was written for a fictional world I have been creating. Because of that, some of the culture referred to in the story isn't explained as it is supposed to be a 'novel' within the world itself. Information about the world can be found on my website under the Eternity link. I am curious to hear people's reactions and thoughts to the ending. So please comment.
Seize the Night, the card had read in Latin, but what could it possibly mean? Only one way to find out.
When I collected my poems recently to put them online I was inspired to write one again. Mainly just for the fun of rhyme and rhythm. And I noticed that I recently have missed the darkness in my thoughts ...
Fool's Bounty is a pirate adventure story set in a fictional version of our world which has vast unexplored lands and is in the golden age of pirates. It may not appear as much of a "fantasy" story at first, but I assure you, it will definitly read so by the end. Small clues about what's going on are scattered throughout the story, see if you can pick them out before it's revealed!Not much pirating happens here in the first chapter however, we are simply introduced to our main character, the titular thief, Raum.
In the second chapter of Fool's Bounty the pirate ship Eternity and her crew make an appearance, and we see how well our main character Raum will fit in.
In the third chapter, Raum gets to know the pirates he's gotten himself caught up with, learns of his duties, and starts getting some information on this mysterious treasure that they're seeking. He's not exactly the best team player, but in this situation, he doesn't really have a choice.
This is the prelude to the beggining of book three of my Eternity series. It starts the book off on sort of a sour note, but an interesting one to be sure. The majority of the book will be told through Derkin's eyes, as he recaps the previous days events leading up to the destruction of free magic.
The forth installment of what I call the 'Eternity Series' (only because that's what the first one was called heh). Wrote this probably about a year ago now so not got much to say on it since I don't actually remember it... enjoy it anyway =)
Who gives the wishes our stories tell about? Do they want to or do they have to? And do they intend for them to go wrong?