30 Days 30 Stories a.k.a. NaNoWriMo 2013 was a project I did that involved writing a complete story every day of November. Most of these stories are very short, a paragraph or two in some cases. Here are the ones that I have posted so far:
Blind Book Date is about a girl who has just gotten dumped finding refuge in a library.
Chai For the Road is about a girl who decides to leave town to see new things.
False Hope is about a girl who tricks herself into seeing what isn’t there.
I Love You More Than Meissen is a love story about a maid and her master.
The Life List is a tribute to AmazingPhil/Phil Lester, who makes quite a few people very happy. I guess you could say this was my way of saying thanks for the role his YouTube channel played in my life.
When Stars Fall involves the star signs personified. Kinda influenced by the idea of the star in Voyages of the Dawn Treader, not gonna lie.
Will You Die With Me? is probably one of my favorite stories from this entire project. It’s about two high schoolers visiting their favorite summer place.
Although I’m currently working on a novel, I’m a short story artist at heart. I like novellas and YA books, so that’s what I tend to write. These are stories that weren’t really part of any project.
Alaethea is the story of a brother and sister who are just trying to find their family.
The Drop Box is a piece I did for my world building style sheet when I got tired of bullet lists.
Fire Tornado is about a girl who wakes up in a small town in the desert with no memory of how she got there.
The Horton Brothers may turn into a series, if I ever decide to start writing detective fiction. This prequel was written for my wonderful roommate Bethina, who loves the Hardy Boys. (I love them too.)
Paper Gator is the story of an estranged father taking his young daughter on a roadtrip. This may be Supernatural metafiction. Shhh.
Rise by the Rails is about a rich kid who runs away from home to work on the railroad. I’m strongly considering expanding this into at least a novella, but I haven’t had a chance to work on it yet.
To Win, Freedom is about a college graduate reuniting with his long-lost girlfriend.
Welcome Home is about a man returning home from rehab.
And, finally, we can’t forget about my Kindle fiction! (I kind of forgot. That’s why it’s last.)
Skinny Dipping with Koi is a short story about bullying.