Choice Tales and Verse

Monday, December 21, 2015

Quick Commentary Ok, as many of you readers know, one of the story's originally presented here is stepping up to the novel form. So far so good. One of the very correct criticisms of it was that there was not enough opposition or uproar when the protagonist, a slave, was removed from captivity. I... Sign in to see full entry.

A book within a book, haha!

The Library Part 16 I'll never forget the day I first saw the book. It coinsided with our arrival in the City of the Centurian. It was a relatively small place, a cluster of buildings perched on a high cliff above a turcois sea. Koon and I arrived and right away I saw something special in the people... Sign in to see full entry.

Sunday, December 20, 2015

A Character Sketch I've been meaning to Share

Hendrick On a rocky hillside filled with caves and crevices resided the old Hendrick. A hermit, a wanderer, a devious scoundrel. He called nowhere home, slept wherever, and got his every meal practically straight from the mouths of his fellow men. As daylight crept into the wide mouth of the cave... Sign in to see full entry.

Saturday, December 19, 2015

Twas the week before Christmas, And all through the house, Everyone wondered what I was Screaming about. I had the gifts, Purchased with love and care, And I'm just about ready to rip Out my hair. The wrapping paper Is flimsy, Rips at the slightest prod, Thankfully, It's not what Christmas is about.... Sign in to see full entry.

Friday, December 18, 2015

The Library Part 15 Take the crown, sure. Why not? Taking what's not yours is wrong, but getting home was more important. Koon and I left the Revolutionary's house. However, before leaving Koon took an interest in the painting I saw. He had a few coins and he purchased it. I didn't really see the... Sign in to see full entry.

Thursday, December 17, 2015

A Rehearsal And what a beautiful bride she was. Graceful and delicate like a willow's limbs, hair black and gleaming like obsidion, and skin smooth and in the softest shade of olive. As the second daughter of the King of Spierna it was her duty to, through her marriage, preserve the alliance. At the... Sign in to see full entry.

Tuesday, December 15, 2015

The Library Part 14 I froze, heart racing, eyes widening. Koon looked at me. "What's the matter?" "I'm seeing a ghost." The Revolutionary stood, stretching his arms out to me, "Hello, Tristen." Finally, I managed to move closer and that was when I saw that there were differences between this man and... Sign in to see full entry.

Monday, December 14, 2015

Let me try this idea on for size

The Library Part 13 The next day I set off again. Oddly, Koon decided to join me. I have debated over the years why he decided to do so. Of course he didn't tell me when I asked and the only answer I could think of was that for some reason, he felt responsible for me. He began leading me to the... Sign in to see full entry.

The Library: Author's Commentary Ok, as I think I've said before, for me blogit is becoming an expiramentation ground as well as place for writing excercise. So readers, welcome to a crazy author's laboratory! Mwahahahahaha!! And what helps is for me to analyze it. So, The Library. So many lovely... Sign in to see full entry.

Sunday, December 13, 2015

Next step in our journey.

The Library Part 12 I followed Koon through the tangle of foliage until we reached a campsite high in the trees. It was really only a bunch of ramps and platforms with lanterns hanging from them. At the base of the tree Koon let out a shrill whistle and a rope ladder was thrown down to us. He... Sign in to see full entry.

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