A water sprite turns into a tree spirit. Written 9th grade.
I was bored one day, so I painted a picture of a phoenix, taking as my reference point a crimson topaz hummingbird. I then thought 'hmm.. I want to write something,' and this is what occurred
Starshadow laments the past, even as he looks to the future. Unable to fight destiny, he is forced to bear witness to a tragic fate involving his beloved Arëanna.
Okay then, this rough version of a scene in my book has been in my head for quite a while now. It's about when blood-sucking psycho vampire Marcus meets Willow, Fabien's little girl. I think he has an epifany (can spell).(Sorry Mods, I keep forgetting! 8|)
(The prologue to this is called Borrowed Moonlight. It's not necessary to read that first, or at all, but it's an option.... I'm just sayin'...)This is the first chapter of my mess of a novel-in-progress. Here, you meet Willow, who is NOT THE MAIN CHARACTER, merely one protagonist whose point of view I occasionally use. Yes, I know it's a little slow. Constructive criticism is welcome.This chapter, and the next, are set-up for the rest of the story. It takes place in a quasi-Victorian fantasy world, where magic, politics and human nature are seamlessly intertwined.
When I first wrote "I'll race you to the sky" It had the phrase "Where the earth befriends the sky" in it. That phrase was left out of later versions, but I still loved how it sounded.So here it is....enjoy.
This is just something I wrote to cure my writer’s block. It’s like I forget what my characters are supposed to do so I’m stuck with a great character and no story. That’s why I got this non-character and maybe I’ll concentrate less on making him realistic and have him do something. Yeah…right… I just wanted to see if I could pull off a grumpy frog character.
This sonet came suddenly to me. It is a bit sad. The reason i used willows is 'cause willows are told to be the tree that opens the path in between this and the otherworld
The third poem of the little fae set, this one takes a sadder turn though.
This is a story I wrote in 10th grade where we had to make up a myth about how something started. I always liked this.
I wrote this story a few months ago for a writing contest at school, it didn't get very far and I've fixed it up a bit. alright so this story is about a light(good) elf who is being chased by evil vampires...the story doesnt tell u y though...u can either guess and tell me wht u think...or i may end up writing more of this story later, haven't decided yet.
A short piece, but one of my personal favorites. I'm not sure what inspired it, but I just settled down at my computer one sunny afternoon with a vague idea and it all but wrote itself. Let me know what you think! (Revised March 2005)
I got inspired by my 'Weeping Willow' picture. Please see 'Dialogues in Fantasyland, part I' for more information
I was experimenting with writing ballads and this is what I came up with.
The realm of the fae, a new threat beckons on the horizon and the job can only be done by an assasin. An introductory chapter to something which is going to be much longer, just introducing my key characters and setting the basis for the rest.
Based on an RPG session between Sevvie (© Rachel Hull), Willow (© Julia Rashkovsky), Kanos, and Harmony. Told from the perspective of Sevvie Bloodraven. I'd like to mention that this has been edited from it's original format, and that the true story can be found on my private writing archive, Quill and Ink. You can also find more information about the story and it's characters at Aslua Studios' first webcomic, Bowspirit's Aim.