A collection of short stories that won contests on other sites. None of the stories are related and can be read in any order.
A Short Story about a family that gets together over the holiday season. Even after they drift apart, the children off to live their lot own way in a tough world, they will never stop being family.
A tribute/gift I wrote for my whole family.
A Transition and Restart sideshow
Far from the events unfolding in Tokyo, much smaller ones, but equally important for those involved, occur in Gothenburg, Sweden.
One way or another the arrivals touch upon the lives of those a continent away, sometimes only indirectly.
This is one such story. Less than love and more than love.
War rages between the Cyros Federation and the Heilang Empire, the city of Malevenus sits on the brink of collapse. Tired and alone, Romulus searches the battlefield to find his friend, while shadows of his past seek to strike him down.
I am Universeman, Leader of the Revenger! My left eye shines like the sun and my right eye glows like the moon! The death star is the core of my heart and the black hole is inside my stomach!
This is a story with NO descriptions and NO narration. Only dialogue.
It might be confusing at first, but don't worry, keep on reading and ignore common sense. You'll get the idea half way.
Loneliness ensnares us all. Especially those that have met the love of their lives at such a ripe time in their life. Losing them in a turf war with the Italians have made their anger towards them deepen, especially Xiomara.
Grownups don't believe me, but he's there. (This is written in diary format.)
A one-shot of an edited draft from December 2015 that supposedly start something but didn't go anywhere due to personal reasons. Thought I post this here as a short story to start off and see how far I go since then.
A country in disarray nationwide. Job loss, riots, and crime spread throughout. In the midst of it all, a rather odd family trying to survive in the world. A human, a robot butler, and a horse with nothing else have their backs turned into a corner and with no way out. Or is there?
A story I wrote for a writing contest. The paramaters were as followed:
Setting - An ancient city found under the ocean
Word count - 250 to 1000+
Main Points -
- Some sort of drama/suspense
- The downfall of the city
- How it ended up below the sea
- What type of people lived there and what happened to them
- How the character found the city
A Romeo and Juliet/ star crossed lovers type of story, but on an island. but not really romeo and juliet. just read it, its short.
(cover photo: Nini Baseema)
A blacksmith and his son have a rough and overly professional relationship, but if one is creative enough, a solution can always be found.
Bonus scenes for the Gillik brothers, mostly based on prompts or challenges. The one about the tortoise is canon.
A man who accomplished his promise, who also failed.
A man who forgot his purpose, who also remembered.
A man who sowed, who also reaped.
This is the story about the tragedy caused by the flow of Time.
The teniente of the Los Sabuesos gang always took his work seriously. With his age and experience, he seldom falters from his tasks and obligations. Except when a young, attractive woman that managed to weasel her way through the ranks of the gang started to captivate him. Who knew that money would attract the most polished of beings and love would be able to ensnare his heart?
Tragic literary horror originally written for a contest. Written in 2nd person.
Tropetastic fantasy oneshot originally written for a contest.
Two short romance scenes written as an exercise. First one is 3rd person, second one is the same scene in 1st person from Drake's POV.
Flash fiction about dragons written as an exercise.
Autobiographical narrative nonfiction written as an exercise.