When an admirer sees her admiree fade into the sands of life what is she to feel?
'Tis a story with no 'e's. I blame Megan Proverbs and my keyboard. Megan because she suggested I write a story with no 'e's and my keyboard because the 'e' key quit working and because of that, events led to Megan's suggestion. Understand, here, that I couldn't use the word 'the', past tense, and a great deal of the English language besides. So, sorry if it makes no sense. >. O_O?! Its August 19, and this got a mod's choice. Wow. this is awesome, but also slightly creepy. *is not going to explain*
A desperate young man searches for the only one with the power to save his people...
I first came up with this story about 2 and a half years ago and i'm still working on it.
I couldn't begin to explain this poem. It was done on impulse and nothing more.
An idea I was inspired to make into a story. This is the first chapter.
This poem, about a Dragon Queen, was written a few years ago, during the time I was reading Robin Hobb's 'The Liveship Trader's' trilogy for the first time. Please note that this is NOT a fan-poem, but is inspired by Robin Hobb's dragon descriptions.
Jacqueline is a woman who has just come of age in English society. She has been introduced to the ton at her comeout and is a very big success. Her bland life becomes very interesting when the Earl of Srelanka announces a suprise betrothal... to her. It can only be a dream when she finds herself in a strange land with a mysterious satyr walking towards her through snow... right?
I'm not really sure how to explain this story. It spawned from the phrase that I used as its title, 'Fire When Ready.' I didn't originally intend for this to mean anything at all, but it turns out it means something to me. I can't really describe what it means, so I won't bother trying. It has to do with a combination of two lines in the entire story. The last line and a line describing when she's about to fire. That's enough of a hint.Hope you like it!Oh! I'd like to thank my buddy Jody for pointing out exactly what this story was missing when I did my first draft. He's definately one of my favorite editors. Thanks Jody! And if you want to know what it was missing, it was missing stuff about her fear. It was really shallow for the first few drafts. I hope I cleared that up.
chapter 1 part 2 when Echo finds out from Forsythia what's going on.
Inspired during one of my reccess-time-romps at the oh-so-forbidden area behind the school. I could just feel something there...