View Full Version : Sacred's Lost Arks of Writing!

05-29-2012, 09:06 PM
I'm aware I've been absent for some time now. But that doesn't mean I lost my writing touch! While I've been gone I've written a couple short stories (mainly for school but whatever). Each of these stories I have problems on but at the same time I feel proud to have written. After all if you don't take pride in your own work, there's no point in working at all. They're all quite a read so take a look when you've got the time. I can assure you, it's worth it. :)


Deceit (http://anotepad.com/notes/2366738): I felt a tad rushed on this one, but luckily had no limits or restrictions that made me feel red taped. In my opinion it's one of my favorites because I feel it may be less jumpy than the others.

Tenure (http://anotepad.com/notes/2366747): WARNING. FREAKIN LONG. Yes, I know this story is immensely lengthy compared to the others on this page (if you're scared to look it's about 12 Word document pages). I myself think this one has the best plot. It has the great potential to actually get put up somewhere serious. However I refuse to do that until I perfect it. About halfway through it I had to jump the story forward a bit in order to make things progress faster. I didn't have a page limit on this but rather a time limit. Thus in order to reach that deadline I had to cut a good bulk of the meat of the sandwich which saddens me a little. In the end however I'm very proud of the plot and hope to maybe revisit this in the future in order to perfect it.

Actions (http://anotepad.com/notes/2366763): This one is sadly unfinished. The reason why I'm sharing it is because I doubt I'll gain the courage to revisit it. This one was a bit of a jump for me because it pulls away from my comfort zone of era (modern). However I took the jump because I felt the need to expand my horizons (which by the why I still do). However I feel proud of this one mainly because of the atmospheric descriptions I placed in it. I'd hoped to sort of give off the medieval feel. This story was to take a large turn compared to how these few paragraphs described it, but as I said the chances of me returning to this one are slim.

Warrior (http://anotepad.com/notes/2366775): I refuse to be fully satisfied of this one. Despite my English teacher stretching the maximum page limit for me on the project I was writing this for, I still feel that it was to small of a limit for this story to give off a real kick. However once I finished this story I felt that altering it would only bring it down a few notches. Thus it is what it is.