Just a piece that I was working on, and probobly won't get finished. It is only here because I needed to have one piece ready to finish signing up. More will be ready soon, and if it's liked, I may finsh this one. You never know.
This story is a tale of a lonely girl, and a fifties style groovy cat little winged man named Riley. Soon to have a sequel.
This story was inspired by U2's 'October,' the lyrics to which can be found at the end of the story. It gave me the idea of personifying seasons as people, October being the first I tackled. I want to write more, but I'm having trouble coming up with other plotlines. *sigh* I'll think of something eventually.
Two bookkeepers find themselves on an adventure that takes them closer than they expected.
This first chapter of the Elements. In which the Four Elements meet.
The Prologue of a story about 4 teenagers who must unite as the Elements to defeat a dark and ancient evil!
Immogene Hashby is to find a suiter, Charlie is a lifelong friend that loves her too much to realize it, and even if he did figure it out, he'd have the competition of elves, wizards, fairies, and other magical creatures. Please help me finish this! ...Or just push me to finish it. Thanks!
A little story I wrote when I was infatuated with this guy who had NO interest in me. It was kinda a launching pad for a much more complex story.
Everyone knows the myths about the mysterious race that once inhabited Ireland and how they disapeared. What would happen if they came back?
Just a somewhat surreal little thing describing the sea... Related to a character in a fantasy story I'm writing... I gave this to a friend once as a gift, I believe...but that doesn't mean I can't put it in Elfwood... Kind of a Celtic/Maritime air about it...and with good reason... The story I mentioned has to do much with Faeries, which as you hopefully know, were (and are) a large part of Celtic mythology...
Oh what a disaster this giant makes in the little fairy village
What begins as an otherwise ordinary week of school ends up being much more deadly than anyone would have expected
Okay, not an original title... This is a continuation of Dryad, the Dryad story itself being the introduction. It will certainly be a work in progress. Stop by every so often to see if I've updated it
This was greatly inspired by Lewis Carroll, and I just wrote it down right away. It was intended, I suppose, for children and adults who don't want to grow up. For my love ;)
Just thought..'Well...it's a cool dessy, and I can't draw and I didn't have the room to place it in the story.. so..put it up separately.' Works, right?
The elf relaying this tale is the same elf in the Haiku; she's rescuing a wizard whee
It's merely a little poem I wrote on too little sleep.. but it's adorable ^,^