The boy from the train.

This week I’m posting a part of a short story that is set in the same world as my book Imaginary friends. It’s about a boy named Kai who does not play any role in the book itself but if I ever get to writing a sequel he will be one of the main characters. …

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Catching your breath. (A magic battle)

Earlier today I shared a post on the sense of taste. In it I gave you a prompt to write a fight scene with the sense of taste playing a large role.   I wrote my own scene for this prompt and thought I should share.   Fila walked into the arena aware of all …

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Fire!

Silva wasn’t a very big fan of her own ancestors seeing how they where the reason people distrusted her. She sat on the rim of the dam overlooking the small village in the valley below. Today was not her day, with the full moon coming up she had nearly half a dozen people throw salt …

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The secret talent.

Tess felt her cheeks grow red as the professor pulled her by the arm through the academy’s halls past groups of curios students. Professor Nile didn’t seem to notice them and his pace neither slowed nor quickened. The pair rounded a corner and Tess found herself being shoved into the head masters office. “Professor Nile,” …

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The royal guard.

Prince Weyden the heir to the Torian throne did not like the idea of fighting alongside pirates but Venda had brought them and at that moment He was a lot more scared of his friend then what the enemy thought of him. He swung his blade at one of the bandits but was beaten to …

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siblings.

This is two short bits that I simply wrote to fish out a character. It is marked by whose point of view I wrote from.   Brother She was warmth to him, her brown eyes bright and caring. Her curls fell in waves around her face which had just enough makeup on to make her …

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Midnight madness: #7 Trapped

“Couldn’t they have tied me to anybody else? A snake would be better company.” Argon said his voice nearly a growl. “You would think so” Magi found herself saying “but take it from someone who is tied to a snake, you are better off.” Her old friend simply pulled down on the chain that tied …

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