A series of writing shorts, almost like sketches. Enjoy.
Festival (182 words)
A night of celebration and dancing.
After the Fight (221 words)
A group of adventurers head back, weighed down by their actions.
Late Night (242 words)
A trio of characters wait on a cold street for their fourth.
Rite (179 words)
A character racing to keep up with an unseen adversary.
Other Friend (203 words)
A strange introduction.
Strange-er (200 words)
An unusual character wanders into a bar.
Seeing in the Dark (359 words)
One person follows another into the dark.
Enemy (292 words)
Stone Secrets (359 words)
A short piece about a lone explorer.
Learning to Steal (362 words)
A dialogue dominant scene between an apprentice and his master.
Unseen (506 words)
Two characters climb a mountain, and one sees strange things best left forgotten.
Chill (79 words)
A character watches the rain.
Down Below (100 words)
Two crewmen head under.
Reunited (156 words)
The end of a long journey, and the return of someone very special.
Sneaking Out (151 words)
A suspenseful short about creeping past a gruff character, and escaping into the night.
Wretch (125 words)
After numerous efforts a character chooses to stop, but it’s already too late.
Underlying (224 words)
For the sake of answers two characters will travel to a dark place.
Biking at the Beach (277 words)
Two friends enjoying a nice spring day.
Prowling (153 words)
Two burglars search an old home.
Acrobatics (822 words)
Based on an aerial performance I attended.