Queen Morion is captivated by a powerful, magical gem. With it, she can do just about anything. Without it, she meets the brink of insanity.
Magus talks about himself, at least what he percieves to be himself.
The first chapter of an ongoing novel about a man's adventures in the afterlife. There are some references to various religions that are not intended to pinpoint or insult said religions in any way. Enjoy -- though it's pretty dark!
still a bit rough, but the story part of it is finished. not the most cheerful thing i've written, but i did put a lot of work in to thos one
Ever wonder what the heck some of the references in the story were refering to? Here you can find out what's goin' on! If you have the time to read ALL, it gives good insight to later parts of the story.
This story is inspired by high concentrations of fantasy, my life and Sting's song 'Fortress Around Your Heart.' I am a pretty irregular writer, but I hope this to be one of the few stories I finish. I had hoped to make it a wordless comic, but I realized if I didn't get the story down first, I might never be able to draw it if inspiration left me. Ok- now I am going on for too long- Here is the first chapter of Fortress- Enjoy!
Before death, every elf has a moment to think. This moment will last for as long as one wishes, that is why it can be longer than eternity. A short story about an elf's death and his thoughts.
This one I thought of when I was watching TTT (arrival of the Elves) and The Last Samurai (the Safe Passage part). It is best suited to The Last Samurai's samurai noble theme. Enjoy!
Well it is about time I start a main charector for my prologues, someone to get the histery going, the battles may seem a bit one sided but keep in mind this is the legend/folklore of how their world came to be in its present form.
The third part to TBR, if you havn't already, read the first two parts for the story to make sense. Enjoy!
I got this really cool idea when I was looking around in the art gallery of someone who drew a humaniod feline. I have no clue who he is, and I'm not ripping him off as I do not think a cat/human is an original idea (I saw them in bedknobs and broomsticks). Its the beginning to a new story, hopefully epic, that I'm working on.
Here's the fourth revision of The Laugh to be published here on elfwood. This time I had a real copy editor go through and help me with it, so all of those pesky 'isents' have been spelled correctly and all of that! Hope you guys enjoy. Thanks for the help with it Whitman.
This contains the second part of The Black Rider, working on the final part. PLEASE READ PART I FIRST. comments and opinions appreciated - thanks.
The dreary fortress of Garskouth, heavily fortified and well guarded, is no easy target for a late night raid. Flix is a copyright of S Boxer and I have her permission to use this character.
The desperate struggle of a necromancer and his minions to survive a massive assault from the combined forces of all hie enemies
'A soft white glove brushed against Malraune's hand and its owner caught her hand up into his. He smiled gently as Malraune startled, and softly kissed the back of her hand.' Being a captive isn't so bad.
Not in a place that perhaps you have seen in your dreams... This one was written in a weird way, I wrote the second part first, about her walking over to the island over the land bar type thing first, then the bit about the lighthouse. Sorry if it is incoherent. Things it was inspired by: A place in Scotland that sort of caught my fancy, it had a land bar thing with a bunch of shells on it, and old stone dwellings on the 'island.' It looked and felt like it was going to rain, if I remember correctly. It was also inspired by the inferi from Lord of the Rings. (Oh, you know JK Rowling has read Lord of the rings...you can see it in her books. Anyway I digress.)