Ok this one came from a conversation about time zones and people in the same time zone being on different times due to some being on daylight saving and others not (NSW + Queensland) the other person suggested I try to write a story about it only when it came to writing it, it sort of shited to wrong watch times, anyway its got holes in it too, bit stuck with it to be truthful, kept running away from me somewhat
Well, there's not much I can say about this one except that I was really really depressed when I wrote it. Why do all my best works happen when I'm sad?...
This is just odd.... This is simply me sitting down and writing with out direction, just flow of conciousness. It's definitely morbid, but this was a very depressed and messed up time in my life, so here's what came about.
A cook's foster daughter falls in love with a prince and commits suicide when she finds out he is to be married. She haunts him and her spirit ends up killing him. In death they both kill his widowed wife.
*Recovering from the crash*Major angst ahead, you were warned. :p After the War of the Phoenix, Jayd finds the price of fighting for good is extremely high. Due to the death of his soulmate, the idea of eternal life without her is too much to bear. His speech sounds a little weird, because I had to translate it from Alorian. Apart from that I like this part. ^-^
This is the first part of my series. Though it doesn't have to do with the town of Blandend directly it sets the mood of the people/town when the war was over and the soldiers returned from the swamp camps.
This one was nagging to be written for a while. Besides, I had been interested in writing a poem that was obviously suicidal, mayhaps to reflect that part of myself (Yes, I am prone to bouts of severe depression, with the oft though of suicide. I found reasons not to each time, though, as I'm still here).
Aslanna, the dark elf cavalier, realises life has lost all meaning for her following her lover abandoning her for her sister-in-battle. She takes her own life, quietly and without fanfare. But her stubborn husband has other ideas...
This is a story about a teenage girl that is given the honor of being a demon hunter. Her one question has always been why. Now as she searches for the answer, she is confronted with her biggest battle yet.
Ok, this one is a tad depressing. I wrote it back in high school when I was trying to write a killer(no pun intended)poem and it came out being about a someone committing suicide. I swear it was not me speaking in this poem so don't think you have to make a emergency call to my house. It's about someone speaking to everyone he or she knows about how they are feeling and no one is listening because this person doesn't say anything and everyone around this person doesn't see the warning signs until it's too late. It's really sad.
So, this is a really sad story that I wrote a couple of years ago about two star-crossed lovers. One thinks that the other is dead and stabs themself. Nice, huh? Sad. Very sad. You'll get sad. Notice all the cliches and stereotypes.
This is a short story, sort of a summary of Roland and becoming a vampire. Much has changed in the stories since I wrote this... but I still like it.
Err.. I don't know what came over me when I wrote this.. I really hate when I see people making fun of someone.. And I feel even worse when I don't do anything about it.. Peace..
Ironically, some stories seem to come to me at the most inappropriat times. This story came to me when I was suffering through a church service. Figuires that I would be thinking about death and Dying when the pastor is preaching joy and salvation. Anyway, I personally think this is my best story.
Magic can be used for good. Magic can be used for evil. But there's choice...
This is a take-off of a poem i wrote once. Though I am not entirely happy with it, this all came straight from the heart, so it is pure. I haven't defined what kind of entity this person is because I'm not sure myself. The entity can be male or female, it all depends on your take of it. Any comments are appreciated
Sidhe is a suicidal Queen of Arsinuae, the true ruler, forced into an arranged marriage. After ten years of oppression, she jumps from her turret into the crocodile infested moat. Her quest for power after death destroys the lives of five young girls--Samandia Darvosten, Kessah Darvosten, Llyne Penwhite, Catalina Sheperd and Tierna Farray. Death, destruction and insanity triumphs.