Finally! I finally wrote it! I had the idea for a long time, but coildn't realize it for several reasons. Time. I sleep less than 6 hours a night. Anyway, it came out kinda different from what I imagined, but I like it. Love story - Ugh! By me! I do hate the scene in the church, but I may change it over time... no one knows. (Don't worry - it has dragons.) Oh and the names - This was originally meant to be set in Bulgaria, when we were a part of the Turkish empire. My favourite part. So that's why half of the names are Bulgarian, and the other half - Turkish. (That doesn't mean Ali is nessecary Turkish, he's just christened that way!)
Another short story, again in the setting of 'Maria', again about a girl who wants to be something - but this time with magicians, dragons, fights and all that stuff. I'm making progress. Maria herself is mentioned here.
The idea for this came after I painted my 'Gothic Warmth' piece, which will be in my gallery here pretty soon. I did it pretty much on a whim, the idea hit me, I opened Word and wrote it. I think it's a kind of flash fiction. Hypothethical Fiction is one of my favourite styles - very short stories with a sudden ending, when the truth is revealed. Too bad I can't do them well.
An unfinished project of mine I really like. This is only the first chapter. It was inspired by a picture done by Megan Morris (forgot the URL) and I really have to ask her if I can use it here. Anyway, it's about a female centaur and her kid, and what happens with them when their village is destroyed. Yep, no elves! I like only Tolkien's elves, but that's something else. Should I post the whole story here?
This is a quite short story I wrote one day along with some of my watercolor paintings, which had the same idea. I was really obsessed with sea then, as you may see. And, if you don't get it (ofcourse you don't), it's happening in Bulgaria, about a decade or so after we became part of the Turkish Empire. But, I assure you, you may take it as fantasy too, because it mentions dragons and such. And, after all, it's only an attempt to catch a feeling, not a real plot.