Prologue: The History of Madgarou and the tale of Queen Mora of Neveah. Chapter One: Introducing Alassea Keszult, descended of the great Queen Mora.
Sometimes it just depends on what Fate and Destiny has on for us. It's updated (again), the original update was lost in the Elfwood crash, but no worries! Anyway, it's the old 'Fate's One Savior'. Enjoy the newness.
Well... these would be the darkest most angsty chapters... very angsty... I was NOT in a very peppy mood when I wrote these... heh... keep that in mind *hides* More Garnor and Alranos and the pain of being Death. Eternal thanks to Joelle and Becca for their editing help... oh... and this is the last set of chapters where Garnor was an Elf... anyone who is/was and elf is not a Maiel... but I was too lazy to change it here... when i do the major edit I'll switch that (and the POV problem in here as well... I'm so lazy... should so not be a writer^_~) umm... enjoy? *runs away*
O look... another poem. (I just had this sudden urge to write it as I was about to submit a ticket.) And yes, I did notice it is not as good as the last one.
Someone asked for a poem from the perspective a restless female spirit, longing for companionship and trying not to break free of her chains of solitude, to find peace and yearning for light. A bit on the dark side as well as reflective to an extent.
Arguing, arguing, arguing...does it really get you anywhere in life?
Ok... I know that this one really gets confusing... I am sorry... I kinda wrote the two at different times and I am almost confused myself, I had wanted to scrap the whole story, but I decided instead to get feedback first...
Umm... nothing really special, just about Rani, I can't say too much without giving anything away! I don't really think that this is very good, and I'm finding it very cliché!
This is the best of the stright high fantasy that I've ever written. There are alot of artists out there who have drawn Johnny D for me. Perhaps someday I'll get around to building a tour for it (if there is a demand).
A farmer's son and a blacksmith's son compete for a great gift of fate.
This one was inspired by a dream. Don't ask. I have odd dreams. I like it, so why don't you comment and tell me what you like/hate about it, so I can change it? Thanks.
A poem I wrote when I was bored at work. But now a story about 3 young heroes is in the works!
A young mother faces a gruesome choice for the fate of her children.
An assassin takes a job that ultimately changes the course of her life.
I wrote this freshman year. It's the way I spilled my thoughts out on paper. Might not be true, but who cares?