posted in: Solo Writing | 0

This is a poem I did for EmmaThePaintDragon as a trade. 136 words The great blue, deep and vast. In it, I drift without a mast. I care not where the currents take me, Content wherever I may be. Come storm and … Continued

Illusions (Mar 2)

posted in: Solo Writing | 0

Elonth Worldbuilding | < Practice Makes Perfect | Uncertainty > After encountering his childhood friend, Mar heads to Grandmage Irikshan to begin his first lesson in illusions. Things rarely go according to plan. 2690 words “Come in, Sterkvleuel.” Mar froze, his … Continued


posted in: Collaborative Writing | 0

This piece is a collab between @a-random-commenter and I. We each took a turn writing a few paragraphs, letting the story flow without preplanning it. Enjoy the unsolved mystery. 😛 Sunbeams trickled through a gap in the curtains, reaching into … Continued

Mar Sterkvleuel

posted in: Character | 0

A character in the world Elonth. Featured image: Mar Flying by @elektronx, Mar Sticker by @emmathepaintdragon and Mar Reference made with PidgePudge’s Create-a-Dragon flash. Read Mar’s Story: Practice Makes Perfect Age: 34 Gender: Male Height: 1m – taller than average Appearance: Being … Continued

The Destroyer

posted in: Solo Writing | 0

Lol, it has been ages since I wrote something for myself that isn’t my book. But I put a little spin on my original idea, writing it how I imagine a member of one of my book’s fictional civilisations might. … Continued

What is a Dragon

posted in: Solo Writing | 0

This is a response to dragon-inspiration‘s Wednesday Writing Prompt: “What’s your definition of ‘dragon’?” This started off with an idea of two people discussing dragons, whether they were good or bad and aspects to both sides of them. Then it … Continued

Two Suns

posted in: Solo Writing | 0

A short prompt piece from Writing Club. Uploading as an example for Short Prompt commissions. I stood there, watching the sky as the sun set. They’re going to make it, I told myself, knowing that I was lying. Their voices, … Continued


posted in: Solo Writing | 0

This is a multi-verse haiku I wrote for a poem competition run by the school library in 2014. Uploading this as an example of poetry for my commission info. Running through the trees They pursued us rapidly Crashing through the … Continued