Tag Archive: fantasy fiction

Storybook Corner: A Mother’s Love

My fingers were a little too long and slender, as were my feet. The color of my skin was unlike any had seen before. Little whips of silver hair seemed to float about… Continue reading

Friday Fictioneers: The Maze

It looked easy. All I had to do was walk the maze to the hut and get the charm. But things are never that easy. I stepped into the maze and it change… Continue reading

Friday Fictioneer: The Stairs

Last time I stood here, I was 17. Mom tried to tell me, but I wouldn’t listen. I wanted my own life, my own adventures. So she left without me and I set… Continue reading

Friday Fictioneer: Butterflies

“It’s a flower,” Lydia insisted. “Butterflies,” Lisa contradicted. They’d had this endless conversation more times than Lydia wanted to remember. “Why butterflies?” Lydia asked. “Magic. They’re here to guide us to a magical… Continue reading

Published Author

Well, I’ve done it, as of Tuesday, Nov. 4, 2014, I am a published author. And I have the photos to prove it. So far, I’m the only one with books. I’m happily… Continue reading

Friday Fictioneer: One Last Drink

“That’s disgusting,” Sherri said. “It’s the last of the ingredients. Drink it.” “I’ll vomit.” “You prefer the alternative?” Sherri closed her eyes and drank in one gulp. Codere stooped to pick up her… Continue reading

Friday Fictioneer: Otherworldly

“Got it. The last thing on the scavenger list; an otherworldly item.” “We’re finished.” “Yeah.” “Let’s see. Yuck! What’s that?” “Human heart.” “Where did you get it?” “Anatomy class.” “Anatomy class? What’s that?”… Continue reading

Friday Fictionrees: Fairies

“Fairies like the pretty flowers,” Gramps said. I was five, I believed. Gramps left me his house with explicit directions to “take good care of the fairies. “ I was twenty-five, lived in… Continue reading

Weekly Photo Challenge: Let There Be Light!

In a new post created for this Weekly Photo Challenge: Let There Be Light! is about a photo that features a light source. This is a picture of a dragon egg. It shines because… Continue reading

Friday Fictioneers: Love

Her mother told her to stay away from the water. She was not to go near it, not even get in a bathtub. As an adult, she heard the Calling. Just her toes,… Continue reading

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