In the not-so-distant future, a new breed of humans are being developed, thanks to gentetics. Extremely intelligent and capable of mindreading. Keeping them secret is becoming a problem.
Enero finally reached the 'Lost Village', meeting the occupants of the miniture village. He then asks some questions concerning his quest, and the answers may somewhat be less than pleasing.
Enero Padraig, a lonely human in search of his destiny, finds himself at a Wood Elf village with questions about the Dragon, Dardija.
This was a spur-of-the-moment inspiration, something that came to me one morning. It was one of those stories that ached to come out through my fingers onto the word processor. This story takes the myth of the selkie in a new direction from its traditional telling...
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.
This story is about how elves love and live... how I think they do anyway.
This is the prologue to a story idea i've been playing around with- It's a what if story-What if vampires existed-ruled the earth-and could withstand daylight? What if humans were only slaves and food? In my prologue i introduce the two main characters of the story, Reigne and Hannah.
This is a story about a future in which the world has been taken over by elves - who are not as nice as the stories used to tell! Humans are forced to live in poverty and dirt while the elves have all they want. But one day, Katarina discovers that not all elves are the same... Some big changes made from the original! Please tell me if there's anything I should still change!! ^^ Latest update: November 2008
This is a side story of Amolas and Melody, this shows how their lives are more connected than they remember.
This is like... my second poem ever! Anyways, I like this one too, so here it is!
A young angel, fallen from the grace of the Gods above learns the lessons of Karma when he faces the truth of his fate. He believes his whole purpose of existence is to slay the mortal enemies of the Heavens; humans. But in his blind ignorance and unjust spite he falls, in more ways then one, into his dark fate embraced in the blissful beauty of love in its truest form. But will his wish come true, his wish for humans to suffer. It has been his only longing since the creation of the human beings, but when he finally gets his wish, will it be what he wants, when he sees the truth of it and himself?
This? This is about a girl who is an exchange student between 'the other realm' and the world that humans believe that they solely exist in. At first no one is told that the 'other realm' exist... plot line from there? HA! Have no clue! Merging of the two schools? Invasion of mortal realm? Magical creatures to the rescue? Evil alien domination? Aliens want to attack, ask for surrender. Humans cant defend themselves, suddenly magical creatures appear, human/magic alliance... magic used to created weapons and defence systems...etc... jock/elf attraction? Jock descendant of wizard? Jock just human? ... *sigh* I really don't know...
One day this elf grabbed my head and demanded I write his story. A humourous tale of his trials and abandonment. UPDATE: new ending. I like it much better, got rid of my middle school cuteness to finish the story as it deserves.
This story began with a dream of being a mermaid swimming into the sea. I played around with making it the classic fairy tale of the orphan and the evil witch, but that just seems too cliche. I wanted characters who felt like people I knew. I wanted the Mermaids to actually be adapted to the ocean enviroment, instead of the creation of VERY lonely sailors. I also love the idea of what happens next in fairy tales (Into the Woods, anyone?), and I honestly hate the message of Disney's 'The Little Mermaid.' A sixteen year old girl who abandons her family for a man she has seen once (once!) gets daddy's blessing and eternal happiness? Not in any world I know. So I emphasized the mermaid's self-centeredness, made the witch someone who just does what she has to do to get by, made daddy mermaid bitter, introduced a granddaughter, and let the whole thing run.
This story features two major characters who play a vital role in my fantasy world. Most places named in this story are names borrowed from the Tolkein book 'Unfinished Tales' published and annotated with notes by his son. I have given it a twist that will hopefully further develope in later additions.