This is a short story I wrote for a contest with a online game called The Realm. This is longer then what I actually submitted, space restricted me a bit...I had overwrote. Anyways, This is the original, and I hope you like it.
This story popped into my head a long time ago. It's very short.
A short story told by the extremely verbose halfling Hafkwort of Marishmar (Yeah, I know, it's a terrible pun of a name). It is about the first time she met her good friend an 8 foot tall gnome named Rauglamar. And yes, I know that 8 feet is gargantuan for a gnome. Anyway, enjoy!
Failsafe is an episodic story with anthropomorphic characters, set in Hong Kong thirty two years in the future after a third world war. Failsafe was originally inspired by the anime OVA, Fooly Cooly with influences from the anime Gad Guard, Neon Genesis Evangelion, the ska band Five Iron Frenzy, and some elements of my own life. (all of the episode are in fact named after FIF songs, some loosely based off the lyrics) While far from masterful, I believe Failsafe is my best work to date. I designed the story to play out kind of like a TV series or a graphic novel, with a total of fourteen episodes in the works.
Two lifelong friends must struggle to get their message to the King. My friend T.J. helped me on this one.
This has been popping into my head from time to time and I decided to finally write it down. I hope to fiddle with it abit more as it's very rough but overall my idea gets put across. I hope you like it
The idea for this got stuck in my head, so I ended up writing it on my phone while eating lunch.
Hopefully, this little file will clarify some of the odd names in Following Ragnarok. Included is an explanation of the worlds, a glossary of people and events, and a list of references (if you want more info). Very boring to just read, I would imagine ;-)
Roman soldiers are ruthlessly hunted down and killed by something in the deepest, darkest forest of Scotland. Based on the way the Scots drove back the Roman forces, and a true story where the Romans stumbled upon a slaughtered scouting party. Of course, in the true story, it was only celts killing them, but in this one...
Unexpected Discovery Gawain Wellington has breakfast with her friend 'Mossky' the giant and then prepares for an evening out with her new romantic aquaintance.
When the ruling Triumverate of Alumire form an alliance with the leaders of the giant owls- known as the Council of Feathers- a new form of warfare unit is born: the airborne combat team. Of course, being at the front line of this new development as a student of the Towers of Midnight Song, Ariel and the Banshees are asked to compose a manual about their experiences with this new development. This is Ariel's entry on Interspecies Communication.
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.
This was written for my science fiction-fantasy final last year. It's the only story i've ever been happy with...and i figured i might as well put it up.
Why ever not? The combination of my two passions. And please excuse the poor journalistic format- html does not lend itself to newspapers. May 2004 1 pg
I wrote this fairytale for my nephew's first birthday and tried to make it a story he can enjoy for many years to come. Therefore I tried to write about the current subjects in his life, such as him just learning to walk; include reference to childrens' songs and tales, so the story-telling would go beyond my pages; and finally I tried to include his favorite word 'Bless you' as many times as possible, so the story would hold value even now before he understands the words. I originally wrote it in Danish, so unfortunantly, all references to Danish folk stories and songs plus a few play-on-words have been lost in the translation. So, I hope you enjoy this, even though 'Bless you' might not be _your_ favorite word. ;)
This a compilation of three short excerpts from my Nanowrimo novel of last year. These are short tales the characters tell each other to pass time, and give some background about the world.