I got bored and decided to write a story about love. I dunno why. Just did. So anywayz I did and this is the sickning sweet result.
A song written about a pooka named Ondine, by a minstrel named Danyl Hanete(whom I play.) I think it's cute. ^_^;;
A princess escapes her castle, not wanting to be part of an arranged marriage and meets an ancient immortal who has awoken to fulfill timeless prophecies. Meanwhile, a merchant girl goes on an adventure of her own, accompanied by a few unusual friends. And Fate plays her own little part...
Captain Jester and Gilbert are at it again. This time, they are off to the deepest parts of Africa in search for the Sacred Walrus once again. Can the two absent-minded heroes manage to find and return the walrus (again)?
A/N: This is a sort of an introduction. You don't have to like it, just to reply. lol ;). Dedicated to my wonderful and amazing friend Snorca who made me do this!
A story of Death, and accountancy. An idea that had been bounced around in my head for a while and I'm not quite sure if it turned out well, but that's for you to decide, eh. The character of Death, semi-inspired by Terry Pratchett =P
Jester and Gilbert team up with a skeleton crew to recapture yet again the Sacred Walrus, this time in the Unites States during the Wild West
Rejection is a painful thing. When death is a penalty merely because one can not do 'well enough', vengeance is at hand.. And even fools have a darker side.
A somewhat typical story that I was forced to shell out for an english class about two years ago. Needless to say, my writing has matured since then. The actually writing could use some fine tuning, but the story itself I love. Just goes to show that anything goes in fairy tales. I'd love some comments because (when I get the time) I'm going to rewrite this in my current style and would love to make it even better. I made a horrible mistake when I first put this story up. I forgot to credit the spells/poems to my friend Jodi-Ann. I had her permission, but I was so caught up with getting my stuff published that I forgot to mention her. Jodi is an incredible person who puts herself before others and is always there to help me. She is one of the best people I know. Thanks Jodi!
Chapter 3 of (The legend Of Shadow Step) Rizzet gets a scare.
I haven't gotten a real name for this one... But, damn it, don't you love Jesters?
This is one of many bits and pieces of a larger (almost done) story simply titled: Jestia. In December of '97, I joined a RPG by the name of Steisey Granada, Queen of Jestia, the jester homeland. This is part of her legend: the first female heir of Jestia and the events that threw her into the throne at the age of fourteen.
The beginning of a descent into a place strange and lovely, disjointed and correct. Anya takes her first steps toward working for Dr. Stradi and entering his island of a perpetual masque.
This is the first installment in what I hope will be a long series. The Count is my alter ego in the world in which the story takes place. I don't know where it is, but this world is not quite as harsh as Earth's middle ages, but the technology is about the same level. It doesn't have the same 'uber-magic' as Thimhallan, the omni-present gods of Krynn, or the Dark Powers of Ravenloft. For that matter, there are no universal beliefs, no 'common tounge', no standard culture. There are gods, and monsters, and heroes, but they tend to be a tad more down-to-earth and, to me, more realistic. Anyway, I hope you enjoy this. Let me know what you think.
This is my offical entry for Bifrost's 'Music is My Muse' project. An older version has been on this page for years, but I've updated and edited this one a bit. I had the voice of Jimi Hendrix and the words of Bob Dylan stuck in my head one day. . .
This is a crazy idea that took root at my sister's graduation party. I was talking with a friend, and we wondered what would have happened if Romeo and Juliet had been smarter. (See, they really only knew each other for only a day before they got married.) It went downhill from there. . .