Updated Version This was one of my first pieces, and I'm still very proud of it. This is a riddle, by the way. It's already been guessed, but you can try and figure it out... it actually varies in answers.
mmm.. kinds freaky I would say, but oh well, I'm such a busy-body, happy-go-lucky little person that my writings are how I express my rarely seen other side.
Something I wrote on a boring Saturday, leafing through pictures and sighing in lonely discontent. You know those days.
Surviving pain and despair gives you power. This one is for Ivan...
The mystery girl just got more mysterious and we there are some new developments when it comes to Alex and his friends....
A short piece for WoodWorks new competition- take your favourite Shakespeare scene and put a sci-fi fantasy twist. Winner is by popular vote, so if you like it I suggest you head on over. Make sure you check out the other entries though. Sarah Hogan has a very good entry in which I would highly recommend!
Massacre! *ehem* Gatter gets some action, Zara gets some too, everyone is confused and nabbing people and such... what fun!
Ok, here's chapter 1. The story starts in ernest here and other than that I can't eally say anything else but, ENJOY!
This is where you enter the story, I started it quite a while ago and it is fast becoming a novel. Have fun reading and please tell me what you think. Thanks.
The plot is thickening once more! For some of you, you'll recognize this scene in an older version of the story. It seemed to fit better here and made a lot more sense to me at least. I think that we are starting to near the end of the beginning, but not quite there completely yet. Let me know what you think :)
This part follows straight after part 8. There is something going on, but Amolas can't quite figure it out and this mysterious girl remains just that, mysterious.
This was a project I had to do for a class.This story might not make a lot of sense at the beginning, and it might make less sense at the end.Just imagine a world like our own, except with a few distinct changes. I'll leave you to figure out what's different. If I continue the series, this might make more sense.
Finally! For all those who have patiently waited, here it is, the fourth part of the revised Kristen/You Can't Fly. Some of you may guess who will be at the door when Gwen opens it, for others it will be a surprise. But I figure that there is more of a set up for this scene than there was in the original version of the story. Certain occurances will make a lot more sense. So, I hope you enjoy, it took me forever to come up with a scene that I liked.
Fifth installment of my new version of Kristen. This is a rewriting of the hospitial scene. I think it makes more sense now then it did originally. I hope you guys enjoy:D
a sort of 'rime of the ancient mariner' inspired lay, even though i wrote this months before i read it.
This is the final installment in this little short story. It is a side story to the You Can't Fly story. I am considering incorporating it into the other story at some point, but it reveals some important details and I am sure some who have read much of my writings will make some connections *wink* *wink* When I first began writing You Can't Fly, the only connection I thought of was the name, but then slowly things began to take shape. Enjoy! Let me know what you think :)