This story was written for a friend for his English class. Shh! Don't tell! It was inspired by the musical CATS and the song Memory
This is chapter one. A young traveller wonders into a massive city. There he will find what he has been looking for, and there he will make his destiny true.
This is just an example of why i took the batteries out of my time machine and put them to better use in my Game Boy.
My contribution to Herscher Project 19 (a very last minute affair for me, I joined tHP about a week before the project deadline). This one proved to be a challenge. The pictures I were given by our fearless leader, Jim Bowers, were much darker than I cared to write about. I gave my character an interesting sense of humour in order to lighten the mood. Special thanks to Malin M. Larsson of tHP for a wonderful title (my original really stank)!
This is sort of an intro to Blue Lake. Introducing the readers, as well as Damian to the very... interesting world of Blue Lake.
This is the second draft of chapter two. Anyway, this is the true beginning of the actual story. I have the later sections of the plot worked out, so after I get these first few set-up chapters done in a presentable fashion, the rest should actually be up rather quickly.
Meet Erin The Great as a child in her home town of Calway, and see the people and places that helped shape her character.
Yikes! 'Tis a foul wind in the air, by god... What does this mean for our comrades yonder? We must read to find out--after all, without the breeze, how would drama ensue? For updates on publication and distribution, please visit: balladofthemoon.blogspot.com/ UPDATE: ~This book is now up for sale in its entirety at https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/126941 All comments are welcome... Especially the good kind. :) ~Happy Reading! Latest revision: 12/13/11
A time of transition has come upon us--more importantly for Eyris and Rune and all those whose company they partake of regularly. What does that mean? I guess you'll have to read to find out... For updates on publication and distribution, please visit: balladofthemoon.blogspot.com/ UPDATE: ~This book is now up for sale in its entirety at https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/126941 All comments are welcome... Especially the good kind. :) Happy Reading! Latest revision: 12/13/11
The journey of the traveller continues. Tired, he searches for an inn and eventfully, he ends up at one.
The boy from the glades leaves his homeland with a new perspective.
Returning to the city. The traveller learns about his world.
This is one of the stories i wrote in 'advanced' short story last year at school. It isent my best, but with the prompt i was given, i did what i could. The prompt, by the way, was the first sentence. Hope you like this one. This is acculy the second ending, when i wrote it before i dident like the end, so i changed it.....but i am not totally happy with it either. I'd like feedback on the structure and ending espically.
Tach is a youth with a tortured past. He was orphaned as a child and taken in by a human family, and raised a such. The only thing different about him is the crystal embedded in his forehead -- though his parents sought to cover that up by disguising it as a headband. Nevertheless, he's always been different, his body host to four other beings beside himself, each one representing a specific element.
(This is continuing on from The Talented) This bit is one of those moving-ever-onwards parts of a story, which is why nothing really happens. I'll edit this part when I've written more.
This is Section 1 of a 3-Section story that was originally meant to be a short story. It was inspired by a line in Stephen Crane's 'The Red Badge of Courage', where he describes the War as a machine that spits out dead men. That got my sick mind thinking, and this is the product of the thought. It's mostly a 'dark future' sort of story that takes place in a Factory, and focuses on a Worker named Mi'an who is fascinated/sickened by the War Machine, an actual Machine that men enter in hopes of being a hero, then fall out dead ten seconds later. It's not technically an anti-war story, but someone could take it that way I guess. It really isn't any sort of political thing...There is a point I'm trying to get across however, and if one reads the entire story, one will probably see it. (I hope it isn't too violent for Elfwood.)