This is a short story which we wrote in eighth grade and reedited in ninth. We think it is sun but is not at all serious. It is mostly just some silly fun and hopefully you will enjoy it. Gilia is primarilly responsible for this one.
A brief sketch of the founding of Lauralia and the history of the different provinces thereof.
Aaaaand... we're back! Sorry for the removal of the first three chapters. I had something that came up which required me to remove them for a little while. They're back now. ^.^ Feel free to beat me over the head.
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.
Can a warrior and a princess come together to save their dying world?
My own take on 'Sleeping Beauty.' Sick of waiting for your prince to come? Might be time to take matters into your own hands.
A frustrated elven princess, her cursed brother, a scheeming noble, a dreadful prophecy. Sound like the making of a fantasy story to you?
And it's chapter 3!! Here we meet my favourite character Karissa. xD I'm a bit evil to her.. =/
This is something that's kindof half been floating around my head for a while. I see it as a strong contrast to the Circle books which I am trying to write concurrently, like from different parts of my brain. Lighter tone, though it may not seem it in the beginning! Oh well. I think I explain most of it in the actual thing. Enjoy!
This is a moral fairytale about vanity, and the dangers of being vain or trying to become beautiful through the wrong means. It is very child orientated, but can be enjoyed by all. Storyline- princess jealous of sisters beauty, steals something from mermaid to make her more beaiutiful.
A short blip of palace life. Quiet typical of Alaric and Kendra
Well... This was also something I started writing for school, only it was originally a film-script. It's written by a five-point recipe our teacher gave us; 1) Describe the setting of the scene (no characters). 2) Describe one character who does obviously not fit in with the settings (no dialog). 3) Describe another character who obviously does fit in with the settings. Have the first character do something unquestionably friendly to the second character (no dialog). 4) Have the second character do something unquestionably unfriendly to the first character (still no dialog). 5) Do whatever you think necessary to make the first character the winner in the audience's eyes. The story doesn't completely match the script, but I'm not too displeased with it.
Well i have always been like a little princess in my own little world so i wanted to write about one.