I’m sad to say that I only got about half way through, due to Circumstances. A combination of sudden busy and sudden de-inspiration on the story I was working on. I still want to finish it though; I may turn it into another piece for the I’ll-finish-it-some-day compilation of short stories. It was on its way to becoming something more like a novella, but I already have at least one of those lined up for the short story book.
I hope everyone out there is having a happy holiday season. ^^
This is a cool idea by YA authors Kat Zhang and Savannah J. Foley. I’m going to try to participate
You can follow my progress on the bar graph on the right side bar.
I think I may also look at some options for allowing comments on here. I haven’t really wanted to deal with spam in the past, but it feels kind of curmudgeonly. ^^;
This is a really lovely piece of Soar fan fiction by my friend Niya. Enjoy!
A long long time ago, even before the Na’aulele walked about, Hunea was a beautiful land for many Tanau, but, despite how lovely a place it was, there were no colours.
You may ask, how can a place be beautiful if there were no colours, but that is because you live in a Hunea with colours. If there were none, you would not know to miss them.
One day, however, a pair of twin girls were born, Alulalei and A’uwai. And everyone knew right away that there was something different about them. There was a spark in their eye that was just a little bit different, and whoever listened to, and felt, their Song said it sounded a little bit different. Felt a little bit different.
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I have something nice for you all, in the last moments of this year’s Valentine’s Day: a short story about love. And related to this story, I want to say that I may sometimes use the name Anafina. It is song, and it is feathers, and it is an homage to two good friends, one of them lost to me. Also a play on words.
I hope you enjoy!
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There are now direct eBook downloads for Soar. You can also read it online, in your browser.
In addition to adding PDF and HTML formats, the EPUB and MOBI files for various e-readers are now free from onerous registrations and other hassles. Viva la revolucion! Please link to the above page if you wish to pass this to others.
Thank you all for your support!