This is where it all started for my world that contains the nomads and the cities, one simple poem about deadly mutants that inhabited a blasted city. How pleasant *laughs*. I didn't really know where these creatures would fit in in the role playing game that StarHawk and I are doing, so I made a new world, and everything else just sprouted from there.
A story about dragons but mostly about choice and free will. Part of the wonderful Herscher project
Annabelle-Lee is a young journalist taking her studies abroad and her first two days in Ireland have turned to be quite eventful. She is awakened in the middle of the night by the last person she expects, a half-wolf who has made his living as legendary rock star Tobias Williams.
In the windswept shadow of the Fallen Moon, two forces prepare for battle.Broon the Immortal marshals his cavalry against the Gifted horde of the Apostle...but the Apostle has no intention of playing fair. With the Seer blinded by his wards, he seeks to end the battle before it begins...This is the second-to-last part in the Fallen Moon series, not including the epilogue. Almost finished! I'll try and post the last two parts more quickly.
In Terra, there are a few gifted ones, usually girls with genetic mutations that enable them to have special abilities. Most of them are outcast by society even though thay are ruled by them. This is the story of one of them who played an important part in the battle against the Unknown Evil even though she was not aware of it.
Second part, i.e. Alerin. The mystery starts to get clearer... Or does it? Hopefully the style sounds like a kid. I tried. Yes, I've read Paddy Clarke Ha Ha Ha by Doyle, but I didn't like it. No connection though, but I learned something about writing so that it actually sounds like a kid. Don't know how or how well I did though... Again, sorry about ending it in the air...
You FINALLY get the intro to my largest story ever. The creation of the world, eh? Well, almost. More like a lab report of it, but anyway. I've changed the zhyikevs too many times for my own good; I hope I'll now keep them the same! The weird words are explained in my dictionary file (or right there in the text). As always, criticism and advice is appreciated!
Chapter 2 you meet Token, a shapeshifter, and her lover Phathom, an empath.
A group of geneticly advanced humans recruit a new member, then descover she is a figure of legends.
The journey to the Underground commences with Jesska and Gabriella, but run into a few obstacles along the way...
And so it continues... This was funny to write. It's also unfinished... Sorry about ending it right in the air.
This is the first issue of my mutant hero comic, GENE FACTOR, in story form. This describes the origin of Savage, and the universe in which this takes place.
This is a story I started about three years ago. I have never finished it, but definately plan to...sometime. It is about a race of people who have learned to use 'runes' from nature to help them survive.
A group of exiled mutants want to take revenge on the humans that exiled them long ago.
Something I wrote for writing club at school. It's not great (by a long stretch) but I like the idea of setting things on fire *grins evily* UPDATE: Written ninth grade. VERY long time ago.
The first in a series of stories I'm writing, about a world I invented. The main characters are the descendants of a single person with a genetic mutation. They carry double copies of the gene, which enables a person to use more of their brain. This makes them /very/ bright, which has caused some unrest in the local galactic area...
I think a zombie werewolf would be very amusing. The wolf would fetch it's own leg! hehe. But the zombie person would smack you over the head with it..... Anyway, I had fun with this, as simple as it is. Hope you like it.
This was the first 'real' story I ever wrote, or at least completed. It came second in a local short story writing contest in the 1980s. The sort of SF I was reading at the time influenced the writing style, which I intended to convey the various viewpoints stylistically as well as through the changing narrative voices. In hindsight, the story is incredibly naive in its arguments, and some of the attitudes expressed and character relationships are, to put it generously, unsophisticated. But I have some affection for it - it was the first and it was hard work! I would be very remiss if I didn't point out that the theme of the story was influenced by the 'future' segments of the 'Days of Future Past' plotline from Marvel's 'X-Men' comics #141 & #142, written by Chris Claremont & John Byrne.