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The easiest way to sort through my creative upchucking will be through this archive. The stories, art, etc. will be organized by topic, medium, and maybe by relevance to the topic's timeline and inspiration for the work. But don't count on the timeline one, 'cause it will be murder to decide which story/artwork will go where in the timeframe - especially if they're just random drabbles that have little to no importance in the story. This will be updated at the same time anything is posted.

Basic summaries of each of the plots will be provided.


The Border
“The world seems not the same though I know nothing has changed - it's all my state of mind.”
The result of merging two very vague dreams together, Border is a story about a fantasy world in a medieval-like age where the people tell stories about the 'monsters' beyond the Border: an abrupt line of trees that mark the end of the Forest. A young girl by the name of Sonya lives with her family in Car'navel, a small village located right next to the Border. It is there that she meets a powerful 'monster', who places a spell that pulls her towards the Border, and the creatures of the Border to her. This story is still heavily in the development stages.

Knowledge & Power
“Weaving olden dances, Mingling hands and mingling glances, Till the moon has taken flight.”
This story was actually started in a Science-Fiction/Fantasy class that I attended during my Senior year in High School. It was actually originally written in first person with the narrator seemingly genderless. The reason being that it focuses on a relationship between two males, that I wasn't sure the class would understand. K&P is set in a theocratic society with the prominent religion suppressing it's sister-religion. The main character meets an odd classmate who seems to have a different aura than the rest of the students, and learns much about the two religions from the bond they make.

Leaving the Mask
“You call my name; I come to you in pieces so you can make me whole.”
Leaving the Mask (LTM) was actually a spur-of-the-moment story line that popped into my head while watching a concert that my piano teacher was in. From there, it's growth was inspired by one of my absolute favorite bands, Red. It's about a famous teen concert pianist, who's personal life is comprised of pretending to be someone he's not. Through a chance meeting with another famous musician, he starts to leave is unhappy life behind, and become a much greater person than he thought he could ever be.


More plots to be added as they come.
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