Mythic: Chapter Six

Rebecca Gordon

'And it's always a roller-coaster ride, when you've been born destined in the sky....'

Mythic: Chapter Two

Rebecca Gordon

This is where is gets juicy. ^_^ Ah, I love it when things heat up!

Mythic: Chapter Nine

Rebecca Gordon

Another big chapter coming your way! ^_~

Kaedra

Katie Hallahan

The beginning of a story about a woman named Kaedra and her love, Simon. It begins with the attempted righting of a city government, which ends up going horribly wrong...

The Phoenix Arrow: Prologue

Amanda Robinson

Kalika, wielder of the Phoenix Arrow, a weapon born in the fire of pure magic. It grants luck where it will, and always, has remained loyal to her. But it creates its own kind of luck and not even she comprehend what it is giving her. A tale of luck, fate, and the inevitable.

Amara

Ian Saunier

A fantasy story I've been working on, this is an earlier draft, it will be changed just as soon as I finish with the first chapter or two of the redo.

The Hounds of Will

Rondel Linder

I sometimes find it difficult to explain to people just how integral the language of myth is, to the way I think. The following poem, however, does an excellent job of illustrating the point - I wrote it when I was 11, the year I broke with my father. It was not until years later, looking at this piece (I had always seen it as 'Hound of the Baskervilles' meets 'Dowie Dens of Yarrow', in Freddy Krueger's dreamworld), that I saw it for what it was - my mind attempting to communicate something to me in the language it speaks best. The hounds now remain a part of my personal myth cycles.

Mythic: Chapter Ten

Rebecca Gordon

And the beat goes on.... (Dunno.. felt like saying that ^_^)

Mythic: Chapter Twenty Three

Rebecca Gordon

I love the fact that I can mess with dialogue just because they're magickal.... Hehh... Oh, and this may be the last one for some time; I'm grounded and re-writing the whole ending.

Mythic: Chapter Eighteen

Rebecca Gordon

One last bit of a chapter and I'm moving right along. Poor Anubis; Poor, poor Sutekh.

Mythic: Chapter Three

Rebecca Gordon

Ok, yes, I haven't gotten any more feedback, but I still want to post more. Osiris and Isis get in it deep again with Sutekh. (What's new?)

Mythic: Djehuty!!!

Rebecca Gordon

Like my Mythic series, this included Sutekh and Horus. Of course, it was a request, so it's a humor that also includes my good friend, Lady Seta. Hope you enjoy!!!

Mythic: Prelude

Rebecca Gordon

This is my rewrite of Egyptian Mythology. I am using all the knowledge of the legends that I know to re-write Setukh (also known as *shudder* Seth) as the good guy. I'm so sick of everyone revering Isis and Osiris so much! It got OLD! *ahem*

The Phoenix Arrow: Chapter One

Amanda Robinson

Kalika, wielder of the Phoenix Arrow, a weapon born in the fire of pure magic. It grants luck where it will, and always, has remained loyal to her. But it creates its own kind of luck and not even she comprehend what it is giving her. A tale of luck, fate, and the inevitable.

Chapter 1

Rachel Karp

This is the first chapter of a story I wrote with a few friends. I wrote it in a sort of D&D style, which I personally don't like, but if you do, tell me and I'll post more of the story.

The Trial of Corona Elhonna

Anson Brehmer

The child of a goddess must earn her place in heaven by facing down a terrible beast. This story is an attempt to create the sort of mythic tale you find in places like The Arabian Nights. It's a part of a collection of tales in the fictional world of Erithor, from which several other stories on my page hail.

Mythic: Chapter Fourteen

Rebecca Gordon

It's the after effect of Horus' visit. The next chapter, I promise, will be a bit funnier. He's just BEGINING to get drugged up... but make no mistake. He's no fun right now.

Mythic: Twenty

Rebecca Gordon

And so the Trial REALLY begins... *grins* How it ends... you'll have to wait, ne?

Mythic: Chapter Twenty Two

Rebecca Gordon

SUPER short... but it's just a bitty scene in the Trial.

Mythic: Chapter Eleven

Rebecca Gordon

More and more and more... I still have more to type! ^_^