Category Archives: Prose

The only little girl in all the world…

This creation myth came so close to actually being appropriate for children. So close! — Once upon a time, there was a little girl who lived alone in a forest for she was the only little girl in all the … Continue reading

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Pioneers – a Choose Your Own Adventure

GUYS! GUYS! GUYS! So I made a short choose your own adventure inspired by the Pioneers LRP world and I’m really intrigued to hear your thoughts. If it proves popular I may make more… Play it here: https://pioneersfriendly.wordpress.com/2015/04/10/welcome-pioneer/

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Greta and the Woodsperson

Another grim children’s story that probably isn’t suitable for children. Enjoy! — Once upon a time there was a little girl called Greta who lived in a very dark village in a very dark forest. But Greta didn’t mind, she … Continue reading

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A spell for removing the sads.

Giving how I’m feeling today it felt appropriate to post this little snippet. It’s from a loose collection of spell-themed fics and poetry that someday may become a pamplet called ‘Spells of Glam Geeks and Emo Kids’. Brb, off to … Continue reading

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Showdown at The Heavenly Corale

Hi all! Long time, no update. Just a short one going up today, it’s a #microfiction effort that spun a tad out of control. Hope you like. —- Time has no meaning here, but, for the sake of the story, … Continue reading

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Fallen Stars

Another writing exchange with Stripes, who wrote a very fun story off the prompts ‘my best ever failure‘ and ‘something from the future‘. It is called ‘Antikythera‘ and I advise you to read it. My prompt was ‘My most frustrating … Continue reading

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Let’s Spend the Night Together

Hello lovelies, Below is another writing challenge from the inimitable Stripes, who asked me to write ‘500-1000 words, with a distinct beginning, middle and end on the prompt The ground opened up, and to [his/her/their] horror, revealed…‘. Concrit always appreciated. … Continue reading

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