A Fairytale (part 1) Francis was almost nine years old when he first felt the call. It came on like a fever, swaddled him with an ache he felt down to his bones, and all he could remember was the terror. He woke up sobbing a tuneless song of heartache, and his parents had to… Continue reading 5 -A Story in London
((With the first week of school and new responsibilities swallowing up my time, I’m not particularly proud of the execution of this piece. Maybe I’ll revisit it and revise it someday.)) This is the story of a boy and a girl. The two of them were siblings, and they had very different ideas about what… Continue reading 4 – Another Challenge
(With the live-action coming out soon, I thought it would be interesting to read the original Beauty and the Beast and explore its core themes, as well as how those themes would change if I altered the gender roles of the characters. And then it just ran away from me. This initial structure/writing style is based upon… Continue reading 3 – Retelling a Fairytale
(Not my best, but that’s my fault, so I’ll have to live with it. This ended up less of a complete enclosed story and more of a test-run of a future project, but I’ll have to put it up since it’s all I have, ahaha.) Sunrise Thea lived in settlement where the walls to the… Continue reading 2 – Rising to a Challenge
(Alright, so I have been trying to fix a broken registry in my windows laptop for five days now an it is still freezing up and being a general pain. However, I do NOT want to start this challenge with a no show, so guess what? I am writing on my cell phone!!!) (Also here is proof of… Continue reading 1 – A New Beginning
An answer to a prompt by Danny requesting a story about a cool industrial robot, stargazing, and meaningless deaths.
I have heard that once, back when the internet was new and technology still scarce, rich or poor, privileged or not, everyone was able to dream. Why was that right not protected? (Completed October 6, 2013)