This is an interview with a character who can see the future and describes what she does with that knowledge.
This is my attempt at a fairy tale. It tells of young Prince Julian and his quest for the Upside-Down Palace. I've told it in first person, which isn't my normal style, and as this is just a beginning I'd like opinions on whether I should continue or if it's just too cliche.
A short, futuristic story involving a glimpse into a very blunt, no-nonsense character who visits a war-torn Earth for out-of-the-ordinary reasons, bringing with her a small pet named Prickle.
Coda is defined in English as 'the concluding section of a musical or literary piece', and from this definition my main character took shape. In the moments following a devastating apocalyptic event the story emerges of the only survivor directly involved. He alone knows what occurred in those dark days and is called by the King to tell what he saw. However, rather than being about the epic events that lead to this story, we instead focus on their repercussions.
This part concludes the depiction of a youth burdened with the hopes of a mythic city, all residents of which believe him to be the god they worship simply due to his appearence.
This part continues to depict the troubles of a youth worshiped due to his appearence.