Yeah... sorry 'bout that.--- Foreign Terms: --- Naysay: No Yeasay: Yes Wen'kian: little white worm guys, maybe the size of a Golden Retriever Ro'kian: Rockies and their Riders(Last updated: May 2005) (10 pages in three parts; 6,500 words total)
Rough draft. please tell mew what you like, what could use some work. We get into the Bayne's curse here, when the group catches up with their bounty.(Ranton is a fictional town, and any actual existence of a town by that name in Mississippi is purely coincidental)
Weapons of Mass Destruction have reduced the world as we know it to a barren wasteland. America's largest cities stand empty, except for the long-rotted corpses of the citizens that died there, infected by genetically altered plague strains. Other cities were ground zero for nuclear warheads. Domesticated animal populations were also wiped out; others became wild or feral. Always, there are survivors. Nearly a generation and a half after the Apocalypse, life in the US has degerated to a new weird and wild western world. Influenced by the many post-apocalyptic, speculative fiction, and alternative history stories I've picked up and read over the years. From Audolus Huxley and Stephen Vincent Benet to William Gibson and Stephen King. Also some Bret Harte, Louis L'Amor, and the Deadlands collectible card game. And of course the ever-popular Fallout series. This intro probably doesn't make sense to anyone other than myself. I am basing my NaNoWriMo novel on this story.
Jester and Gilbert team up with a skeleton crew to recapture yet again the Sacred Walrus, this time in the Unites States during the Wild West
It`s not really good. It looks more like a movie script than a story. I promise chapter 2 will be better!
Some might say this is a songfic, based on Enya's 'May it Be,' but in reality it's just a combination of my dreamy/boredness, my obsession with elves and LOTR, and the song that was stuck in my head. Did I mention that I wrote this in Physics class in the back of my notebook?? Haha...just be warned, if you are looking for something meaningful there isn't much here...it's pretty much just pointless flowery words and pretty imagry...so if you want to picture lovely elves and angst and snow in your head, this is the 'story' for you.
The second installment in the ever-continuing adventures of Arthallin Majeste and Fenneral Thornweed.
it's all about a girl whose young and naive. aren't they all? some guy comes along (they always do) and screws this up for her. she's a gwerrier (a guardian of the kingdom). he's a vagabond from a line of sorcerers he'd like to end. just your typical stuff. love triangles. suffering.
I like this one a lot. I have no idea where the plot will go, but I'm pleased with the writing, and I think the story has potential. PS: The ginormous 'Gus Herring' is not supposed to be that way, it's supposed to just be his signature...when I locate the floppy this story is on, I'll change that! ^^;
A traveler finds out that elves do exist.... And they're angry.... Another untitled story, please give me sugguestions. All help is accepted gratefully.
This is the second part of It's only a dream... In it the scene shifts to another part of this fantasy world that Jacqueline has found herself in. Towards the end, though, the scene again shifts back for the reader to see how Jacqueline is doing... briefly.
The white bear takes the girl to his castle and gives her a magic silver bell.
About halfway through rewriting 'Goldilocks and the Three Bears,' the characters let me know that the end of 'Illusions' was not the end of the story. Too many strange, inexplicable things were happening.Luckily (or unluckily, as the case may be), the number of fairy tales featuring bears is rather large. Thus, with a tap of my magic wishing keyboard, Julius Orsini and the erstwhile assassin Aurelia Capelli are reborn into 'East of the Sun, West of the Moon'! (Being a writer is a handy profession for a control freak.)We open part one with a white bear approaching a young girl's family over an issue of guardianship...