May you finally discover who’s laying all those chocolate eggs … or something better. Remembering the God who makes the impossible possible, and the joy of His rising, this day and every day–Happy Easter!
Faerie Valentine (2,000 words) So came a time when magic was no more than the dream of a memory. So it is today. Yet then as now, when the world begins to thaw from winter to spring and Nature works her own enchantments in green buds and dew, a fairy influence still shows itself inContinue reading “Faerie Valentine”
What would it be like if someone were trapped in their favorite video game as if it were real life? Dina is about to find out… *** He was beautiful. Not even a 75-inch OLED could have defined Arathiel like she was seeing him with her own eyes. His black hair fell around hisContinue reading “Level 1000”
Riddle Heart (470 words) “You know what you have to do,” said Jack. Philadelphia hesitated. He was right, she did know what she had to be. It was just too incredible. A fairy’s arbitrary favor and blessing, cursed prince turned outlaw, and a quest through a fantastic maze Philadelphia would never have believed existed, allContinue reading “Riddle Heart”
Magic and Spies (200 words) “But it’s real…I’m telling you, they were just here…” Agent Z was very unamused and equally unimpressed. “Mr. Gray, thank you. We of course appreciate your handling of the situation, and understand entirely if you need to take a few days off to recover yourself.” Mr. Gray flushed. “Yes, but,Continue reading “Magic and Spies”
Retelling Sleeping Beauty (296 words) Supposing when he met her, the prince didn’t kiss her, not at once. Suppose he sat down and thought about it. That is what Prince Mark did when he found Sleeping Beauty. First he checked her pulse to make sure she was alive, and then he sat down, thinking. AfterContinue reading “Retelling Sleeping Beauty”
Missing Treasure (178 words) “No no, it was here. I’m sure it was here.” The pirate crew exchanged uneasy glances. Mr. Steamroller held up the map for another scientific study, the latitudes, longitudes, significant markings and conclusive X. Yes, the treasure should have been here. It wasn’t, and that was final, too. “Someone must’veContinue reading “Missing Treasure”
Goblin Summer Song (69 Words) God is singing in the summer Rolling out the leaves of green Straightening the little weedlings And spreading every songbird’s wing.
Story Time (99 Words) “Were you ’fraid, Tilly?” Noel sounded as tiny as he was, looking up into Mr. Caddy’s face with the wide open eyes of a six-year-old. “Wisht, no,” said Mr. Caddy. He challenged his audience with mischievous eyes. “D’ye know why I wasn’t afraid? Well I’ll tell you. I knew, sure IContinue reading “Story Time”
Sniffkins and Sandwiches (360 words) —Do you know what those stones are? Why, they could be anything. Sentinels over a sacred place, forgotten long before the world remembers to forget you. They could be the guardians of some terrible or great secret. Or perhaps—they are the standing graves of the chieftains who have gone beforeContinue reading “Sniffkins and Sandwiches”