Well, I finally got it done. The muchly revised edition of the second chapter of shadows. Go me. I hope you all like this one better than the first edition;)
Short little piece about Lyndsay's character Princess Sorsha of the Epsilon (Epsilon is a planet cursed to have no sun. The moons are the only part that have any sunshine, but as the Immperial Princess, Sorsha isn't allowed to leave the main world until she's married) and her love triangle. Poor Sorsha she has two pretty boys in love with her and she loves them both, whatever will she do? lol
If anyone was wondering why, exactly, Millace is such a sarcastic jerk when he meets Securen, (no, believe it or not, it's not genetic), this is the beginning of the answer. If anyone has no idea who Millace is, I suppose it doesn't matter much. This, is for my friend Brandi, and excelent writer in her own right who has a fondness for Millace that matches even my own.Post Scriptum: Clan of the Owl, the tale in which Securen and Millace appear, is currently down for repairs. I am leaving this up because I consider it interesting in its own right, if depressing.
Hmm. . . A Vampire having a conversion with someone. . . perhaps an interview . .
Fairies ... yeas I know this is an obvious style, but this is my first real story which I started last year and then picked up again now. It is about a fairy growing up and her life.
This is my contribution to Wyvern's Project 3, as you probably guessed from the title, with the premise of writing from the enemy’s perspective.. Since it's rare for someone to believe themselves an enemy, my main character is supposed to come across as loving as possible for a leader. But, as a work in nuances and characterisation, with the intent of making the reader think, my protagonist is most definitely 'bad'. As for the competition: this’ll either work well or backfire. The prize is a detailed critique on a story of your choice. To win, you'll need to provide substantial evidence as to why she’s evil. I’ll leave ‘substantial evidence’ up to my own discretion, but anything with two big pieces of evidence or more smaller bits will probably get it. Obviously, if someone’s already pointed out something, you can’t use it to win ;) Have fun. Many thanks goes to the wonderful Jamie and her editing skills for helping me with this. Unfortunately, since I told you the evidence, you can’t win the prize... ;)
In which we see the inside of Aeric's school and learn a little bit about deception.
a little gritty-universe scifi for you here, just for a change of pace...
I decided to take a brief break from my novel to try being experimental and came up with this: as the title indicates, every bit of dialogue in this piece is a lie. And by 'a brief break from my novel' I meant 'something that won't really be included in the novel, but takes place in my world and describes a scene that could very possibly have happened between two of my characters.' Yes, this is a glimpse into Devotin and Siovel's history. (Siovel, by the way, is introduced in the as yet unposted chapter 9.) I think I may have way overdone this, but then, it is just an experiment.
This was going to just be a short story. But then I found out that most of my other poems could fit into this with a little plot twisting. So Tasheval ((from my poem, 'Wrath of Tasheval')) and Scelestra ((from my poem 'Angel on my level')) will both be in my novel, the rest of the heros I can't introduce here, you'll just have to read and find out! I feel it is a nice work and my first step towards a (good) novel! ^^
One of my favourites; If there's anything I've ever written that I truly feel the need to revise until it's bleeding, so I can send it in to a literary magazine, this is it. A simple modern fantasy/magical realism of young girl who may or may not be delusional. I'd really like feedback here on a few certain aspects: Does the story present itself well enough? Is the ending confusing? How might I be able to give more of the other characters, particularly Alice's siblings, in a sutble way that won't take you away from the story to describe them? Things like that. I really would like to get this story to be the best it can, but I need your help. Update: August 25, 2004: Fixed the small errors comments, they have been so valuable!), as well, a touched up the ending a bit more, hoping to add some clarity, as well as mentioning a few minor, subtle details at the age of the characters.
A young girl can see through the eyes of anyone who has the same eye color as her. When she looks through her bestfriend's eyes, she must decide whether what she has witnessed is a nightmare or not.
An angel awakens from his celestial slumber to find the earth destroyed by his father.
chapter one of my novel, recently accepted for publication with a small print publisher, about a prince who learns that he might be a foretold seer of destruction.
that's basically the moral of this piece of writing. Enjoy =^.^= Oct, 9, 2001
The Daemonslayers find themselves as reluctant guests at the Royal Court. But it seems there is something rotten in Gerhan.
Not too long ago, the humans and the elves were engaged in a bloody and fast war against each other. For quite a while the false rumours and stereotypes they had of the other had generated lots of bad feelings. This is one of the more typical, depicting how the humans wieved the elves before the struggle, and why they started fighting.
The continuing saga of the forces of Righteousness. More of a focus on the Immortals of the tale, though a few favourites are here. *NOTE* For those of you well versed in the ways of Fleu du Elgoria, Captain Aries' name has been changed to Captain Nauthiz, so as to avoid any cheesy symbolism!