Nynia, a young Celtic maiden, walks a world of madness, between the Christian and the Pagan. Between those worlds she finds..the Vampire. If the story sketch is popular enough, I'll turn write a novel version! So get your comments in now!
I wrote this piece before I wrote my other story 'Stalked' trying to get a feel for possible thoughts/motivations of my vampire character. I sometimes do little vignettes like this to get a feel for things.
Nelina Baptista, a descendent of a Gypsy family, finds herself in America. A new life awaits her there...and a horror beyond anything...this is my first vampire story~ tell me if you like^_^
The introduction about the young vampire slayers life and how she came to become a hunter. It also explains her first incounter with the vampiric kind.
This is an odd little piece.. written on the random inspiration of a female statue that looked truly terrified as this overgrown hedge reached out for her. I hoped this would become a lot bigger, but.. unfortunately, I lost the thread.
This is just a poetic version of what an elder vampire might tell its fledgeling. *shrug* It's a few years old - four, at least. ^-^ But I'm still fond of it.
Yes, it is a very imaginative title isn't it? lol Just a poem written from what I imagine a vampire's point-of-view to be.
A modern vampire unlocks the spell to unbinding an acient nosferatu, and then is faced with the task of introducing him into the modern world while keeping the slayers at bay.
A priest sits waiting to hear confessions. In swaggers a well spoken well dressed young gentleman. What are his sins? This is written in such a way that it is supposed to replicate the ‘’olde worlde’’ type language, I doubt the words or terms used are accurate, but I hope it gives a feeling of the time I set the poem.
.. very, very old (at least 5 years) little snippet of nothing relating to vampires. Sometimes I get an idea in my head and it doesn't quite develop into a story, but just remains as a ... short, moving image that I feel compelled to describe with words. Sometimes, vignettes can be more compelling and poignant than full stories.