Shadows of the Twin Moons: Chapter Two

Erin Ramos

Well, I finally got it done. The muchly revised edition of the second chapter of shadows. Go me. I hope you all like this one better than the first edition;)

In the Black of Night

Brent Davidson

The smuggler Herak D'Armor is betrayed.. this is the first of a multiple section story

Chosen 2 (Revised 2/18/03) NEW

Andrew Casey

A drastic plan to take the throne...and an unlikely ally fights against it.

False Heir: Prologue

Katie Hallahan

The prolouge of a new story called 'False Heir', about a girl named Scira and the past she never knew she had. (Thanks to Babie Anna for pointing that I spelled 'prologue' wrong!)

Weep Not for a Memory (2 of 3)

Julie Gele´

Please read part one before part two. Thank you! :)


Tina Stearns

A little story about some mischievous kittys. chapters one and two.

Heart of Atirien, ch1, pt2

Terese Mörtvik

This is a story of heroes, reluctant and voluntary. This is a story of love, lucky and unlucky. This is a story of fate and being all that you can be, whether it be easy or not, whether it seems right or not. We are who we are and will always be, in life, in death and beyond.

Book of Goddesses: Chapter 2

Susannah Davis

Having found the first of the five chosen, Sanya the Bloodmage comes to the Court of Milendar, the centre of power for the known world. But in Crossroads sanya finds more thanshe bargained for, as a dark past awaits her there.


Sidian Mehli

An old version of Jesher's story, kind of disconnected. Back when Naphtali was a Morena, not a Deimarna. Very odd, but still, it's got something to it I like. Even though Jesher -is- a vampire innit.

The Curse of Caerassa - Chapter 3

Vidya Enantia´ Gopalakrishna

Here comes Chapter 3! One warning--I have a few problems with this chapter, so it's probably going to be rewritten by the time i write chapter 4, some stuff may get shuffled around. I'd particularly like comments and critiques about the first and the last scene - and anything else that gets your attention. Hope you enjoy!

Prologue: Magician, Man and Beast

Daniel Williamson

 Cycle of Life:Prologue Armoured knights trampled the village green to mud. To those caught in their path, they appeared to be bizarre monsters, their humanity hidden beneath hard, chitinous shells; razor-sharp swords gilded red in the most precious of substances - life’s blood.All around, the air was thick with despair as the wounded reached out to one another with open hearts. The dead pretended to ignore their fate. Some lay with their ears pressed to the ground, as if listening to the slow heartbeat of the earth. Others directed their eyes upwards, watching cinders trace a lazy arc through temperate skies.A shrill cry cut through the clamour of battle as an Arch-Mage, dressed in bright ceremonial robes, gave a renewed call to arms. The animalistic scream took to the air: a symbiotic blood-cry fashioned from a living soul, savagely pried loose from its corporeal holdings.The invaders moved in a grim dance as they engaged the unarmed villagers in combat. Each wore a filthy white surcoat emblazoned with the twin signets of faith. The ancient symbol, which comprised of two interlocking rings enclosing a stylistic pattern, represented the link between heart and mind. Some of the village elders recognized it for what it truly was: a powerful sigil designed to unify the men in single-minded combat. Such tactics rendered them unstoppable, as it was easier to control men through magic than the archaic bonds of brotherhood and loyalty.The invaders marched towards their defenceless foes; gazes filled with righteous indignation; cold hearts ablaze with lust for battle.Death it seemed possessed its own voice. Its horror rent the still morning air. Everywhere, horror overlaid beauty - a grotesque juxtaposition of life and death. Then, the wheels of time unfurled a new day - a day as bright as the blood spilled freely beneath it.As one, the army came to a complete halt. The soulless invaders coldly perused the battlefield. Bloodied and battered helms concealed deadpan faces and unseeing eyes. As a new and monstrous future was ready to be born,

Elder Guardian Chapters 1-5

Vera Scudder

The SKinwalkers were a race of shapeshifters charged by the gods with the defense of all goodly folk. Long ago, they were exiled for crimes committed by just a few of their brethren. The discovery that they have become the unseen Guardians of the civilized lands leads them and the Elves to the brink of war. Updated, mostly asthetic and grammatical chages.

Powers that Divide Chapter 14

Suzanne Collins

Della is more than ever on her guard, and Grendian reveals a shocking truth.


Paul Doyle

I decided to break out of a rut, and try something completely different. So I got into a little challenge with Elfwood writer Leigh Erickson: If she could write about something OTHER than death, I would write a death poem! So here it is, about a fictitious Egyptian pharaoh named Chepankhtep (yes; I chickened out trying to come up with rhymes, so I left his name out of the poem! I hope it's exciting and fun . . . and has a twist. The Mexican mummies mentioned are no longer literally hanging around; they are in museums now. If you've ever seen the original 'Faces of Death', you've seen some of the Mexican mummies mentioned here. This is the very first attempt I've made at something this dark.

Chosen 1b

Andrew Casey

Second half of chapter 1

Flesh and Blood

Amanda Graebner

This is the story of a King who has a bankrupt kingdom. To get money he plans to sell his many daughters into slavery.

Re-Incarnate: Ch. 23-26

Dale Hardman

Getting near the end now. Hope you like it.

Child of Eidolon. Chapter2 - Intrigue

Isabelle L Davis

The Daemonslayers find themselves as reluctant guests at the Royal Court. But it seems there is something rotten in Gerhan.

Into the Darkness - Chapter 13

Matthew W Stewart

Rollins recovers from his massive output of energy and with Obliark and Patricia, he enters Sundsborg and visits one of Obliark's old haunts - the Crow's Nest tavern. The plot thickens as more of Na'Lok's plans are revealed to the reader at the end of the chapter.

Heart of Atirien, ch1, pt3

Terese Mörtvik

This is a story of heroes, reluctant and voluntary. This is a story of love, lucky and unlucky. This is a story of fate and being all that you can be, whether it be easy or not, whether it seems right or not. We are who we are and will always be, in life, in death and beyond.