This is a small chapter in the life of 15-year-old Daniel, a wizard on his dad's side (unbeknowngst to his mother) and crush-ee of a 12-year old red-head.
This is a very short story, told from the point of view of a vampire. She explains why she was turned into a vampire. Comments appreciated.
Marooned alone Chloe continues to adjust and adapt to life on the island. But is she beginning to adapt a little too well....??
This is the very first story of the Eiren Series. It covers the creation mythology for our solar system. This is based on how I think it happened.
Some hidden ventures come to the surface including the what else happened at Death Lake. Jarred takes Ashleigh to a spot in the woods, and she discovers the bigger picture of Ziernik's plot. Although Fate is working long and hard on the group, it also has its hands working back in Holliander.
I saw an article in some science magazine about how scientist were trying to find a way to immortality. And I thought that it was stupid. And I got to wondering what would happen if scientist did find immortality. And this story came to my mind... all right, no more to say.
I wrote this during a biology class (the time might have been better spent learning about meiosis.) One note--there isn't any Christian symbolism, despite first impressions.
Another brief poem, this one about the realization of immortality.
Written in September of 2003, because I got rather tired of reading about the same perfect, drop-dead beautiful/handsome (no pun intended) vampire stereotypes and wanted a few realistic touches (if there CAN be realism in this genre ;)
Ummmmm, this is actually the one Love Forever is based on. I submitted this to poetry.com for an amatur poetry contest, and made semi finals so far. If that changes, I'll let you know. This is also the poem that is going to be published in a coffe table book from the International Librery of Poetry. Yes, I'm happy, I know.... And new news- This is also going to be one of thirty-three poems read professionally on a disk set, so I AM VERY HAPPY NOW!!! YAY!!!
In a nameless small village, a child is born, given the name Seth'ra Kahn Dun. He is the forty-seventh child to bear that name...and the burden that accompanies it. This is my first stand-alone short story in a while. Hope everyone enjoys.
Another poem: an immortal waits for the end of the world, as he is the last one that still stands alive...
This is the story of Agnu, the girl born with a clock in the centre of her forehead. She lives in a world of gods and immortals, who, until her birth, had had no worry about the end of the world. There is a picture (illustration) of Agnu in my Lothlorien gallery right here EDIT: There are now two companion pieces to this story, one complete Gizza and one incomplete NEW
At last just as Chloe`s fears for her humanity peak, the opportunity to make it back to her loved ones arises. But she is a much changed person now. As she struggles to hide her secret she realises that time is no longer on her side....
Chloe finds life back in civilisation is not without its problems. Suspicions arise over her story of her time lost at sea. With the risk of being exposed growing greater by the hour, she`s forced into a desperate choice....
The Final Chapter! Chloes makes her choice and as her story comes to an end she embarks upon the rest of her life....
Arriving back at her beloved island Chloe is in for a shock. At last she finds answers to many of her questions. She is offered an amazing gift, but she also learns that she will soon have to make her hardest ever decision....
Okay - this has no real title yet. I've never been able to decide on one. Plus it's not even remotely finished. This is barely even an introduction. But I figured I'd post it since this much as actually been written, and I've gotten a couple requests for the story behind my characters. Anyways, here it is. Tell me what you think of it so far. If enough people yell at me, I might actualy get around to writing more ^_^;;