Prepare yourself, here are a handful of extremely brief snippets of fiction for your reading leisure.
Her adventure first began when she discovered her aunt's letters. A thin layer of dust covered a single image of a fae dancing in twilight.
Topping the news tonight, midwest farmers complain of massive chickenadoes devestating their farmland. Experts claim these odd events are creating a new type of fruit ---the cheepberry. "I highly suspect fowl play," said lead author Wendy May.
Todd scowled. "You couldn't have beat me in PVP, you're just a girl!"
Julia smirked. "Real skill isn't based on gender but hard work and daily practice. Next time, get on my level."
He threw his controller to the arena floor and stormed out.
"Eyes of sapphire blue; the lifeless color of the grave. The blood within her veins flows as if made of sheets of frigid ice. A single teardrop frozen upon her cheek. Run, if you may see her, run. Nothing good comes of encountering a winter fae." - Robert the one-eyed bandit.
Blog Website of Wendy May, Fantasy Author
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I'm Wendy May, a Fantasy author. When I was a child there were two constants in my life; drawing and writing. My imagination freely took me to fantasy lands of adventure. I often spent hours thinking up mystical worlds that were inhabited by amazing and whimsical characters. During times when I felt the most alone my stories were what kept me going. And so, I'd love to share them with you in the hopes that you'll happily lose yourself in the fantastical worlds I've created. Take a moment to step away from the rigors of life and join me in a fun adventure!
Feel free to explore about but don't forget to visit my actual Fantasy website:Excerpts: This is where I put samples of short stories, flash fiction, and snippets from my novels.My Worlds: Various realms exist in my universe. This is where you can learn more about each world.Book Covers: As an author I have to rely on purchasing a professionally made e…
Hi, it's Wendy May! Okay, so lately I've been posting about my photo design journey to creating my own book covers. I've shown a few book covers that I thought were okay. Not good, not wonderful, but passable. As in they don't appear to be scraps of DIY made in Microsoft's Paint program.
Hello everyone, November is shaping up to be an extremely busy month. I imagine it's pretty hectic for you too? Unfortunately, I have to keep working. Writing each day to meet certain goals, photo-shopping various book covers, or re-working old ones to entice new readers. And that's just the side stuff! Props goes to all the people in the world that can juggle a multitude of tasks each day without going crazy. I'm almost at the point of flipping my desk over. Sometimes life can get pretty hard. Thankfully, I do have a ton to keep my mind off the more negative things. For example this month is November. Some of the holiday romance story ideas I have pitched to my editor were the following: