Table of Contents: Mariça

Mariça is a short story series about a young woman, old enough to hunt, who would much rather spend her time exploring the mountains in the north. This brings a bit of trouble to her village, since she isn’t bringing home much food, but it also brings a lot of trouble to her when she gets caught by the residents of the mountain, and subsequently captured.

It’s the first time I’ve written on paper, and then translated it into typed text, so it should be a touch cleaner than previous stories. Despite this, I would still consider it a first draft for the most part. It’s less than 6 000 words long which puts it under the “short fiction” or “long short story” label depending on who you ask.

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Broken Teeth

This serial has been cancelled, and set to private.

Preview

Chronological Order

In Progress

Below are planned releases. This section changes a lot, as it is only a plan and I love changing my plans as I write!

Alexandre “Jutt” Dirge

Natasha Glass Rhye

  • 1: Jump
  • 2: The Thief
  • 4: Terrific Fatal Mania, Prelude
  • 6: Redeemer of Souls
  • 7: The Schizophrenic
  • 8: Coils Deep
  • 10: All but One

Old Drafts

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Alice and Finch

Evidence

Other works

The Short Stories

Dawngale

(sorted by location, then by quality, subjectively judged by the writer.)

Murdock, The Solune Capital

The Plainkind Desert

The Lussa City, or the Underside

The N’Tariel Lands

Who is Good Company? (A Dialogue)

Poetry

RP Works

Non-Dawngale

Updated 14/3/2018. Any stories that may have been published afterwards may be found in the feed.

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Table of Contents: Alice and Finch

Alice and Finch

Alice and Finch is the story of a young boy who meets the village monster, only to find out that she’s not a monster, she’s only a strange little girl.

Alice is a very small fourteen year old girl from the west. She has the uncanny appearance of the Plainkind and is considered by most adults to be dangerous. Most kids know what she really is though. Alice isn’t dangerous, she’s fun!

Finch is the kind of boy who prefers to follow rules. He listens when his father tells him to avoid the south, and to stay away from the monster who is Alice. Finch doesn’t come to Alice, but luckily for him, Alice comes to him.

Narrative

Updates


In Other Works

Alice and Finch’s story continues as a side-plot of The Solune Prince. Specifically:
NOTE: I might be cutting Alice and Finch out of The Solune Prince narrative in later drafts. Or even in later parts of this draft, unless I can find a way to work them into the story.