I really do have a little bear carved from malachite on my shelf. He looked like he was mid-stroll, and I got to thinking about where this stroll was...
Walking through the rain one destined day, Ronin comes upon startling discoveries. Whispers in the wet streets of the mysterious city of Windrow brings a new meaning to 'Are you afraid of the dark?'
Introduction below. Go on... what are you waiting for?! Read the story! Like it? Tell me!
My epic. So to speak. A long poem that actually has a plot, and my favorite completed work. Some people seem to find it odd that I have it memorized. The tune is a slightly mangled version of 'Hush, Little Baby.' After I wrote it, it seemed to have a bit of an environmental theme. Now and again, I try to think how I could make the rhythm a little smoother.
The edited version of Dalon and Ameile's saga... also known as Blue Moon Changes.
The next installment about Dalon and Ameile after Blue Moon Changes. Hope you enjoy!
This one's a cool one...it briefly explains why Toranet is so deserted =] It also is a cool story, of course =]
Imagine yourself travelling in a spaceship though time and the dimensions...
'What is more real, the world of a dreamer or the world around the dreamer?'
A once peaceful planet ruled by an evil spiritual force, a slave race wants their freedom and there is only one way to take back the planet that was rightfully theirs...to follow one man on his quest to become one with a secret flame that burns within his very soul and gives him the power to fight the darkness! (Very sci-fi :-))
Two girls who are best friends and neighbours get accepted with a full scholarship into Townes Boarding High, an extremly famous boarding school. At first they are happy at their new school, but things start to grow weirder and weirder. The two girls wonder if coming to Townes Boarding High was a mistake... - Written year 2004
I don't like this as much i 's short and intrduces more charecters
Chapter II of the so far titled 'Jacob's Story'. This one explores more into the mysterious Towers that dot the Seafolk's world. We learn more about Claudia and you can probably gain some suspicions about her character. Bwuahahaha, I'm writing more about her that might surprise you but maybe won't. She's my favorite character in this story really. Read on!
critiques more than welcome! A part of an incredibly larger tale... it's far more developped now but I still would like feedback on the rough draft(s)
Just a poem I wrote about mermaids. Nothing special, but I like it.
My first experiment with present tense, this was originally a historical fiction piece I wrote over a year ago set in post- Roman Britain, inspired by a scene from Rosemary Sutcliff's 'The Lantern Bearers.' With some change in names and details, it fit wonderfully into my fantasy world. The potential difficulty is that the political background to it is rather complicated, so I'll try to outline the basics as clearly as I can:- The region where this all takes place is called Tabid-Ar, a vast wilderness north of most settled nations. Semi-nomadic (& semi-Germanic/Celtic) tribes share the land with creatures both mundane and magical.- The main characters are Scyldjmen from Scyldja, and their two main enemies are the Ridilaun, led by Sworran Daor, and the Barrans, led by Regin.- Scyldja has managed to hold an advantage in the past years by commanding the fear and loyalty of many lesser chieftains, but recently the Barrans launched a ferocious invasion of their territory. Vorgremar, the Scyldjman chief who declares himself High King of all Tabid-Ar, found himself in a dangerously delicate predicament and eagerly bought peace...but oh, at such a cost...