The sequel to Cops and Robots, this continues the story of Dave's life. The two stories are closely joined, the end of the first being the beginning of the second.
This is a moral fairytale about vanity, and the dangers of being vain or trying to become beautiful through the wrong means. It is very child orientated, but can be enjoyed by all. Storyline- princess jealous of sisters beauty, steals something from mermaid to make her more beaiutiful.
I wrote this one when I was still pretty young myself. I hope to one day see it as a picture book - any artists out there interested in a collaboration?
I had playschool on my mind and it kinda went off on a tagent from there.
This is a fairy tale like story about a prince and princess and some old hidden enemies.
Meet Bob the fairy and Crumple-split-skin the un-moisturiesd gnome as they embark upon a plan of evil and nasty revenge on the cultures that made them outcast. See how they terrorise not only thier own kind, but also the human race and several birds as well.
Tram, a legend, along with others, plot an escape of a Princess away from a King.
It is the year 2025, and a plauge of biblical proportions has ransacked the earth. Those affected by the 'virus' turn into blood-loving creatues that myth has often reffered to as vampires. To battle against what we've become, scientists have run a series of tests: combining human DNA to that of a lupine to geneticaly create werewolves, the only force strong enough to take down the 'Diseased'. This is the story of a brutal existance in a cruel future told through the eyes of a young girl...
oooo they finally made it and they have to do.....stuff...lol
A quick, easy read about how difficult it is to be a fairy godmother.
I had to write this for my Algebra II class- we were assigned to write a fable based of exponential growth or decay. I didn't get a very good grade because it wasn't mathematical enough, but even though it's not in my usual style (I made it fairy-tale-ish) I generally like it because it involves large amounts of shiny things and surrealistic tigers.
Failsafe is an episodic story with anthropomorphic characters, set in Hong Kong thirty two years in the future after a third world war. Failsafe was originally inspired by the anime OVA, Fooly Cooly with influences from the anime Gad Guard, Neon Genesis Evangelion, the ska band Five Iron Frenzy, and some elements of my own life. (all of the episode are in fact named after FIF songs, some loosely based off the lyrics) While far from masterful, I believe Failsafe is my best work to date. I designed the story to play out kind of like a TV series or a graphic novel, with a total of fourteen episodes in the works.
Heh heh. A quick warning to those who may be about to read this: I wrote this in the fifth grade for a school assignment. Now, you may be wondering, why on earth would I upload it to Elfwood? Because, say I, the Wyvern rules require a minimum of two stories to create a Library. So you unfortunate people have to suffer through my terrible sci-fi story of adventure, excitement, betrayal, and tango dancing. Please be nice about it! I wrote this when I was ten and I have changed NOTHING from its original form- not spelling, sentence structure (or lack thereof), or any other part of the story. *runs away and hides from incoming barrage of mean-ness from un- understanding commentors*
I couldn't come up with a good title for this. The idea was to write something from a fantasy creature's point of veiw about the human race. I chose faeries (Obviously) Anyway hope you like it. P.S. Constructive critisim would be greatly appreciated!
The short story I can remember writing, it tells the tale of two merchants in the frozen north seeking a rare material...the icalsy crystal. If they can find enough of it they can retire rich men, but the north is a dangerous place. Many trials await, but their true downfall comes from within themselves.
Honestly, I didn't know what this poem was about 'til I read it to my dad. He explained it to me. Thanks, dad. :DApparently, the speaker of this poem is a girl who enjoyed the magic of Christmas. But something happened when she turned nine. The magic seemed to die. Maybe someone told her Santa wasn't real, I don't know. But Christmas wasn't the same. Until she had her own family, and with her young children the magic was reborn.
I was talking to a friend on instant messenger while she was bored at work and she asked me to tell her a story to entertain her. So I started with a standard "Once upon a time..." fairy tale line and somehow managed to keep going until I manufactured an entire story. Finally, I decided to compile the result and post it.The story was written in the span of an hour within the IM conversation. I made some very minor word changes to make it flow a bit better in prose, but otherwise, the story has not been edited, mainly to preserve the "spur of the moment" mentality associated with its creation.