Wyvern's Project 5, chapter four. More of Rob, Sarah and Gary.
Wyvern's Project 5, first chapter. Introducing Mother Kat and her world.
I don't know what to tell you. I guess this is a sort of alternate reality. The story is to immense for me to see it all, so I've only been able to write a tiny chunk. Hope you enjoy it.
Wyvern's Project 5, chapter three. Introducing Gary, and one of Mother Kat's parishioners.
Jonas Kelly is a kid who has nothing to lose, or so he thinks, and almost loses all when a gang of interstellar mercenaries come out of the stars and take him on a whirlwind firestorm series of adventures. But the Galaxy is a dangerous and Treacherous place... It is here, that the saga takes root.
Now our story continues... Like sands through the hour glass so are the days of Lyle and Lextor
After a boring intro, here cometh the real stuff! First meets the outside world! Complete with illustration!
A werewolf story. Quite short, so go ahead and read it ;). Oh and leave comments please, if it pleased you, or if it didn't. Any comment is appreciated. :)
Written on 2/20/07 as the 4th story for my creative writing class. This time, I decided to try a dialogue driven story rather than action or detail driven, as is usually the case for me. I also attempted to avoid using stuff like 'He said, she shouted', etc to identify the speaker. The end result is pretty darn good in my opinion. Not my best thing, but does every new piece have to be my best? Being happy with it is fine by me. As per the story itself, its basically an excuse for me to explain the relation of magic and technology within my universe. And I do so shamelessly too. Besides, writing out essays and appendices can get a bit tedious, stories are much more fun. Anyways, now to throw it to the wolves...errr...the readers. Dang it. I didn't say that, you're only imagining it! Seriously. Ahhh, forget it, just read the story. Update 5/6/07: As per requirement of my writing class, I had to revise this piece. While minor in usual scope, killing the lisps and adding the 'he said/she saids' change the look and feel of the story quite a bit. There was also some minor corrections and rewordings as well. Update 6/15/07: Thanks to an anonymous user finding a typo, I was able to correct them. How did my spell checker miss yeahr?
Written for the Herscher Project #44, in which we had to use a song as inspiration. The song I chose was "Wilderness" by Bat For Lashes.The story starts with a boy at the beach...
The second installment. I should proably tell you what the title means. It means 'Death of Magic' in Japanese.*^_^*
The final installment. I like this part because I thought it was fun making up the children. Kids are cute--as long as they belong to someone else or are under the age of 2. ^_^
First Chapter, which tells how a child named Charlie finds a new place to hang out with his friends.
A short story, or rather begining, i wrote on a camping trip...Just to clarify, the battle in the background is between a small town and a tribe of trolls...and i'm still undecided whether the child is an elf or not....hmmm....
Just a quick poem I started in study hall. Rushed the end, but hey. Whether or not the dragon is real depends on you...
Part two of Papa's story, still in need of a better title