Winner: Best Original Fiction Frog (2017) || HPFT Story of the Month (April 2017)
Elizabeth Clarke, Alice Murray, and Lucy Wilson all found themselves travelling on the grandest ship the world had ever seen: the RMS Titanic.
Elizabeth was travelling first class on her way back from her European honeymoon. Alice was being sent to care for her ailing grandmother in second class, escorted by her elder brother. Lucy was an Irish immigrant, heading to the United States with her family.
The three had no reason to meet until the unthinkable happened and the unsinkable ship hit an iceberg.
Banner by Stille Nacht @ TDA
When the management crew of Chrstine Newberry's workplace go on a corporate retreat to work on team building, she is agitated to learn that she must do all of her activities with Duncan Gallagher, the one person on the whole team she doesn't get along with.
And then they get stuck with the only room with one bed.
For dirigibleplums' classic fanfiction trope challenge.
"we have so much tension and due to unforeseen circumstances we just HAVE to share a bed"
A bit of poetry ...
A bit of poetry ...
Ken spent his most of days in the gigs. One day he met two girls. Soon he liked the one of them. He will struggle to find his way out and have a strange experience later.
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If fate said you couldn't have the life you wanted, would you listen?
Delaney is a princess who wants adventure but fate tells her she can't. Tristan is a dragon rider with a secret past and no manners. When a common goal unites them, they are forced to put aside their differences and work together. Danger waits at every turn, and Delaney and Tristan learn more about themselves than they bargained for, and discover they have more in common than they think.
Hunted and on the run, Alastor is burning out.
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She cut the connection to the man who represented the magical world.
(banner by me)
Written by Luna Lovegood for Lorcan and Lysander Scamander.
[inspired by “88 fantastische Gute-Nacht-Geschichten” vom Erzähler Erwin Moser]
A collection of poetry I've written through the years and will hopefully continue to write.
This will always be a WIP since the intention is to keep all my poetry in one place :)
Written for the Myths & Legends Fiction Challenge on Shadowplay!
Unbidden, her grandmother's words echo through her head.
"Mija, don't you ever go into the forest. El Cucúy lives in it and he eats pretty girls like you for breakfast."
A photograph or collection of photographs must play a part in the plot.
First Place in Margaret's Leaving Cert English Essay Challenge
A single thought continued to dominate her mind:
Written for The Alphabet Challenge on Shadowplay!
Every step was torturous work, skirting the sharp edges of the glass waiting to cut her in the same way his words had. Frankly, she wondered if the awful things he'd said didn't wield sharper edges.
We act like we deserve it, like it’s a possession that we can easily buy or obtain.
How Much Do You Really Know?
A poem about not fitting into the social normative as a Grey Ace.
To Mum and Dad
"Get ready to be shown how it is done. I am so going to own you."