I tried recreating a description I used from an earlier story that is in the possession of Mr. Hill. Well, actually, I wanted to re-write the whole story, but I can't remember enough of it to do that. I loved that story though. Anyway, this isn't exactly a complete story, it's more like and ending of a story but my attempt to write the beginning failed. So yeah, I don't know if this'll ever be a complete story. I think I might go visit Mr Hill sometime after the football managing thing is over so that I can see if he still has my stories.
This is the first chapter of a novel which I have been writing for a long time, and have got quite a lot further with than I usually do. i can really see this one going somewhere, but i'd love to know what you think of it and whether or not you'd like me to post some more up.
In this poem I wrote several years ago for a class, a young soul looks into the heavens, and the heaven look back, granting him a companion and magnificient journey
A lame title, but for all the work I've done on it, I still can't come up with a good title. Anyway, this started as an assignment for a composition class, we had to write a story that was one page long, I was the only person who thought this was short!! This is the first of what I later called my 'Circle Stories.' Hope you enjoy. :)
A story of fantastical fiction about wizards, elves, orcs, and dragons. This possible epic starts with a new band of wizards entering the lands of The Minor and fighting their way through near-death to the Elven land of Eefenfeild. Introduction and Chapters 1 and 2.
Tabatha, Part 2 - Return. In which the Cats, having discovered paradise, return home to tell their pride, and discover a nasty surprise. Well, that wasn't a complete spoiler. In any case, I might have mentioned somewhere else that I wrote this for my Senior Project. Not only did I write it, but I illustrated it and bound it in a book. Oh! Illustrations! I've got to put those up in my other gallery! Thanks for reminding me.
the fifth chapter - about time, too! this is quite a short chapter, so gets a short description - only 2 narrators this time. the talgad make a grim discovery as they pass by daria (couple days away from naencorran), and morgan makes an... interesting acquaintance...
the sixth chapter, probably one of the worst so far. an inevitable lapse into pure cheesiness can be experienced here... but you have my word, i will make up for it later. may even rewrite this chapter to some extent; i haven't touched it for a while and there's a lot i'm not happy with. anyway, it's divided into two narrations - that of sianrel and that of morgan. and this is where their paths inevitably cross for the first time...
Needless fluff I wrote when I was bored on day, but fits into the storyline nonetheless.
After the tragedy that befalls Payne, a sense of dread reaches his sisters in the far west. In this chapter, the story focuses on Nashra, who will become a main character in the series overall, and lightly on Menyar, who will essentially become a supporting role. What will greet them in the lands of Montilin?
The human search for a new home leaves the lives of the volunteer cosmonauts, the Companions, shredded on their return to a much different Earth.
Gwyneth's father is long in coming and the local Laird grows less kind.
The ill-fated incident of the Dark Eldar and a snooty Hind, with some drunk peasants to boot.
The journey continues and the plot thickens! You must have some ideas about what has been going on in Lorne by now and I'd enjoy hearing what they are, as well as the usual comments and constructive criticism. I hope you find this part enjoyable, there are even some comic moments. And I'd better mention my sister Rebecca who helped with some of the editing and laughed at the jokes! In Chapter Four a character called Asphodel(us) is mentioned, I can't give too much away about him but he's really important to the overall story and I love him to bits, really, *whisper* even more than Haydain! The next part is on it's way.
This is a work in progress. I'll probably have another chunk up fairly soon. This story includes the elementals as kingdoms and I tried to follow basic ideas for fantasy creatures as they're added into the story. Any comments, suggestions, and ideas are welcome.
This is (a rather long) chapter to a novel I'm trying to write. I think it's a little weak, I think I should work on the plot some more. Any suggestions? (The second chapter is coming soon. It still needs revisions.)