This was greatly inspired by Lewis Carroll, and I just wrote it down right away. It was intended, I suppose, for children and adults who don't want to grow up. For my love ;)
A legend among the elves is retold...(This chapter is not quite finished, but will be soon)
A brief sketch of the founding of Lauralia and the history of the different provinces thereof.
This fragment was found by King Hawkins of Lauralia, whose passion for finding and preserving history became widely known, both during and after his reign. He created the position of Royal Chronicler, which he awarded first to his scribe, Young Lord Elron of the Eastern Woods, only two years after his coronation as king.
Note from me:(I'm thinking of continuing it, any suggestions?) In the Kingdom of Kiya all was at peace but that was not to say the King was good...
If you've read my other stories, then you have probably discovered that portraying evil characters is one of my weaknesses. Take Jolanda, for example: she may seem evil, but deep down, she really does have a loving heart. Even Cow-cow, my evil-est character yet, pretends to be good for a while. So when I was faced with writing about this truly evil person, I could not see how I could write a Bad Guy without making them seem too comical or painfully overdone. Eventually, I did come up with a solution – but as I reread it, it seems like a stupid idea. Anyway, I would love to hear your opinion on this matter, or really, any other matter concerning this story, because any comments are good!
This is the start of a book that will take me many, many years to complete, so if you like it I am sorry, you will be waiting for quite a while. The story seems quite self inclusive in the sense the it does not really need to be continued, but, in actuality, the story following this will be epically more exciting. I was hesitant to publish this at first, but after my “heartwater teaser” got rejected (understandably), I needed a second story. Here it is, hope you enjoy, and, as always, comments, suggestions, and criticisms are warmly accepted. It was too long so I had to split it.
A recently discovered document dated back to the early Middle Ages tell an unknown tale of the One and Future King, King Arthur and his meeting with another great king. My own little spin on a King Arthur tale.
This is from when I was starting till the end of high-school, I wrote one story a year...nice to have time to do that isn't it? The first story was written first, the Second story was written third, and the third story was written second... confusing...? Well you will notice the written styles differ though them... I tried to get these published together and seperatly...I was told it was too Oedipus like, guess I should take it as a compliment... but compliments don't pay the bills... in any case, take heed, and have fun reading I hope
I am not certain yet where this is going, but it will certainly be an adventure and likely one rich with cliches and melodrama. How I love cliches and melodrama... I did edit this myself, but likely missed things. If anyone catches grammatical or spelling errors, or inconsistency, please let me know.
The first chapter of the first book in my second trilogy- A young countess, Niniane, is on the run from the king's men.
Anyone can chase a shadow, but no one can ever catch one. This is what Shadow, a young thief on a royal service, has to prove on so far the most important quest of her life. Inspired by a music piece by a dear friend.
This one just made it's way onto my computer. There were no ideas or thoughts, it just appeared.
Lol! Yet another tragic fairytale poem. This is of a old celtic legend of Brittain. Hound Gellert. The story pretty much goes this: this hound (the strongest and kindest) sees this wolf about to atack the king's(?) (I can't remember that exactly)son threatend by a wolf. Gellert (the dog) kills the wolf. The king arrives and hears that his son was nowhere to be found. Gellert (being the faithfull dog he is)runs to his lord. He (seeing Gellert's bloodstained snout)thinks poor old faithfull doggie killed his son and kills him. (sick right?)Well then the king enters and sees his son's crib upturned and a dead wolf carcass (duh!)(just making a point)(redundancy intended) and hears his son crying. He checks under the crib and voila! an intact heir. Well then the king understands the whole story and burries the poor dog under a hill with a thousand honors (big good that will do!). Well hope you like it.
The history of the Nasantaran Empire, prior to the times of Tiera and Rian.
This is a story that I'm writting for a friend. Any input on it would be helpful. Thanks!!
When a war between man and heaven foreced to the King of the Gods into making a decision to prevent it from happening again, no one could have guessed what was to happen.
This essay topic made me think a little out of the box. Yeah, I know it was a band, but think about it more ... literally.