A short story involving my own FFRP character Tristis and my husband's FFRP character SoulStealerDei, this is an incident that happened quite awhile back in which Tris felt somewhat obligated to restore her lover/nemesis after his body was destroyed saving her life. More stories about SoulStealerDei can be found at http://elfwood.lysator.liu.se/libr/b/i/bitterashes/bitterashes.html Hmm, for some reason I lost my Mod's Choice star... Darnit.
...was actually a really weird movie starring Peter Fonda, but since this piece's orginal title, 'Troubles,' was really stupid, I opted for a teensy bit of plagarism.
A little bit I did on mind reading. Beware- romance ahead, though dilluted. =shrug= what can a girl do? ^_^
Have you ever considered what it might be like to be able to hear what people are thinking? Have you really?
the fifth chapter - about time, too! this is quite a short chapter, so gets a short description - only 2 narrators this time. the talgad make a grim discovery as they pass by daria (couple days away from naencorran), and morgan makes an... interesting acquaintance...
This morning I woke up from a really good dream. The more I thought about it, the more it turned into this story. So I am putting it down, but be patient with me. It is turning out to be rather long.
okay, thanks to Georgias nagging Ive finished the 9th piece, when i should really have been doing my food cw. still dont really like this chapter much but itll satisfy little georgia for a while (hopefully)dont think i ever mentioned what the guy Jamie called Deven in the previous chapter actually likes to be called- Razor, (thanks go to Michael for naming him as i am pretty crappy at naming things e.g. the name of this story.) but anyway... his amazing good looks seem to have made him popular with Hannah already (sorry if you have no idea who im talking about)thats about all i have to say for now... thanks for reading ^.^
This is a kind of character study I wrote about an empath/telepath who happens to communicate best with cars. I had an idea a while back about only stealing cars that want to be stolen. Also, I like Corvettes. That was pretty much the genesis of this little piece. Written in August of 2008.
The opening chapter of my science fiction psychological thriller that follows a former S.W.A.T. officer who takes a job at a state hospital, and discovers a top secret project researching the psychokinetic phenomen.
Yet another excerpt. This one is NOT background information, so feel free to critique my writing style. In this one, which would be close to the end of the novel actually, the evil aliens have captured Ian and Xan and are holding them prisoner. (Nope, I won't tell you why. That would give away too much. Suffice it to say, Ian and Xan don't know either, so it's not really that important.) And while they are being held captive, the aliens do some experiments on Xanthippe! (No probing, though.) So see what happens. I don't want to insult anyone, but parts of this excerpt will not make sense unless you know something about space-time and its geometrical representations. Now if you've read 'A Wrinkle In Time' and other books in that series, this will probably just confuse you further, but it involves the concept of a tesserect. If you're interested or maybe just irritated at my long-winded, confusing explanations, e-mail me, and I'll try to explain it in a way that's actually understandable. (I get the feeling it would ruin the effect of the story if I did all that right here.) One more thing, just to make it clearer to readers; I use italic text to represent thoughts (or emphasis on a spoken word, but that would be between quotes). Also, after rereading, I notice that the word 'it' is used a whole lot. To clarify things, a capitalized 'It' means they are talking about the alien, and a lower case 'it' means they are talking about something else. I suppose I'll have to fix that once I come up with a name for the evil alien race.
This was the first version I did on a story about a boy who was undergoing a brain replacement.
'People called the island Safe Harbour, but to those two cold, weak figures sitting huddled together on the bow, it was far from a safe harbour. For them and the thousands like them, it was the contrary.' Two slaves endowed with special mind powers escape the cruel and ritualistic island of their birth to avoid a terrible fate bestowed upon them by the Overseers that rule Safe Harbour. What would you give up a for chance to live? For them, it may be everything.
Well, I wrote this quite a while ago, when I was having some writer's block problems. My wonderful friend, Jocelyn was kind enough to help me by providing a few parameters for the story. The names Jamie and Lucas, a professon as a horse trainer, something that was futuristic and would fit in the Sci-Fi genre, and the phrase 'I couldn't stop smiling.' So, adhearing strictly to that, I came up with this. Which turned out to be somewhat creepy. I don't think she meant it to be quite like this. But whatever. Check it out, please. Anyway, that's all I really have to say about it, I suppose. Enjoy!
I don't know if this will fly, but there is nothing explicit. Very much implied sexual situation, however, don't read if you don't want that. Ok, this came about rather strangely, involving a dream series in which I was pregnant. Naturally I was confused about that as I'm not active in that way (or to be honest, at all). And then I had some really bizarre dreams, like the story below. There are some parallells to the sequel to April Fools, which I can't post at the moment due to the 300 or so miles between me and my only copy. Sigh. Enjoy. UPDATE: Senses (the sequel to April Fools) is going to be up as soon as it gets through the line. Yay!
the first chapter of the first book of ravenspeed, set 16 years after the windstorm (which should be read first if you want to make any sense of this). this introduces one of the main characters, morgan (original name, eh? :P), and features some nasty icky bloody stuff. and a chap called matthew, being a bastard. i'm rather proud of some of the description in it, although i admit the dialogue might seem a bit stiff in places...