The introduction into the world of a female Swashbuckler who braves waters, men, and is haunted by a wild and unfaithful past.
This is as far as I have gotten so far. The heroes from Thalyria set sail to do their part in the coming war, but the Prince's forces have a long reach...
Is anyone else impressed with Diana? If you're not yet... You will be. She's my kind of princess. But wait, there's more...
Awwww, the story slows down and we have a nice moment between Shannon and Rose- don't worry. We'll be back to doing piratey things next chapter!
Meet the Amazons is coming to a close, with just one more chapter after this. Never fear, another story with the Amazons will be hot on its heels. Hopefully. Here we have a heroic captain, a bunch of damsels in distress, and much more to contend with.
Yeah, well, I like these characters- even if they're not my most popular stories. This one's a little rough- I need to flesh it out some more but I couldn't find the inspiration. Suggestions would be appreciated.
This is a filk - a song sung to a famous tune. You'll probably know the tune... We went, as the title says, bugee jumping in an abyss, in a Fantasy campaign. This is what resulted from it...
Since so many people found Ori and the Water Sprites funny, I have produced a nice angsty piece to balance it out. Ori is now on a ship. Hooray! This is the edited version, all comments and constructive criticism welcome!
The Amazons are back, and they find their journey's end. I don't know about you, but I'd be glad to get off the ship.
Back to the action! See my main page for my pitiful explanation as to why it was not put up before now. So the Amazons are back up to no good.
The title's pronounced 'my-er dur in thee'. It's Welsh, and means 'The Water is Black.' Here's how I figured it: it's in a different language, and therefore sounds pretty and mysterious. I can say it, and I know what it means, and that's pretty darn important. Plus, and possibly most importantly, it sort of goes along with the poem. So that's what I called it! Granted, translating it does make it lose some of it's mystery. But would you rather have to look it up? I didn't think so.
This is in the form of the Icelandic Edda, a 13th Century collection of poems. It's somewhat difficult to read because it doesn't follow modern conventions. The lines don't end with rhymes. Instead the lines are based on alliteration, similar sounds of at least 2 or more per line. There is a set rhythm, but the verses vary in length. I don't expect many folks to read this, because it's kind of difficult and kind of long, but I had a fun challenge in writing it.
This is a..preview, or trailer I guess you could say, if my next novel I will be starting soon called New World set in the same world as The Messenger; the Vendetta Wars world. New world takes place about 1800 years before The Messenger.
Sequel to the tale of Pentislas. There are many to come, by the way.
A story based on one of the most famous maritime disappearances of all time. I added an explaination that was never found in real life, changed some names, took some creative liberties, and set it in space.
Jay works his way southerly, and begins a new test in the Oceans of the South