Conjoiner, Rejoinder, Poisoner, Concealer, Revelator [[Wednesday]]'s Followers
84 stories, 3 challenges, 456 comments, and 52 friends
Follow me on Twitter: http://twitter.com/kaellinn18
I love to write. One of my life goals is to write a novel, but right now work, church, and family take up most of my spare time. This site helps me scratch that writing itch that pops up occasionally.
My policy is quid pro quo. If you follow me, I will follow you. It’s as simple as that! I’m all about building the community.
Want to write something with me? Send me a note! I’m up for pretty much anything.
88 stories, 18 challenges, 1292 comments, and 52 friends
I haven’t been here for ages. I remember it fondly.
63 stories, 4 challenges, 198 comments, and 29 friends
Charlie K was a single celled organism who had grown on the side of a test tube in an alchemist’s laboratory. His life was a simple one, and Charlie was not happy with it at all.
One day the Sultan summoned the famous alchemist Yakuul Kon-Zizzi.
“Zizzi You have spent fifty years and a ton of gold trying to create the elixer of life. Either you will produce it today or you will be executed.”
Zizzi had no fear because back at the lab, the elixer was complete, waiting to be tested.
What the alchemist did not take into account was the will of the single celled organism that would be later known as Charlie k.
The three microns Charlie had to cross to reach the elixer seemed like hundreds of miles.
Later that evening when the sultan was removing the head of the alchemist, a young boy only one day old felt no regret that the alchemist had to die, because with the help of the philosopher’s stone, Charlie k was born.
Thanks to Mighty Joe Young for writing this!
81 stories, 5 challenges, 982 comments, and 99 friends
Dare to try. I like diversity and immagination. What happens next. With a B.V.A. Degree I do not get away from paper work. I am also a Registered nurse.(General, Psychiatric,Mental Retardation and hold certificates in Immunization and Management. I like to interact with people across all mediums.My favourite places are Paris and New Orleans.(and Australia)
Please be kind and leave constructive criticism as I’m from the land down under and the way I describe things may be a wee bit different to the way you verbalise.
54 stories, 6 challenges, 312 comments, and 32 friends
I love snow. I love dogs. I love music. I love my viola. I love dancing. I love chocolate, let’s face it I love food. I love books. I love New York. I love miracles. I love smiling. I love tire swings. I love stars. I love laughing. I love whistling. I love clothes. I love dreaming. I love the smell of coffee. I love people who speak their minds. I love taking pictures. I love trying new things. I love spontaneity. I love fall. I love walking. I love being alive. I love having opinions. I love being a gleek. I love blankets. I love people who defy gravity. I love learning. I love writers :)
165 stories, 19 challenges, 1115 comments, and 174 friends
Gonna miss you guys so much. My ‘official/professional’ email is: firstname.lastname@example.org in case anyone wants to keep in touch!
195 stories, 23 challenges, 885 comments, and 33 friends
I have finaly returned, to ficly and to the bullpen.
Ha! It’s taken me ages to realise how stupid and pretentiosu these quotes are, say goodbye all.
66 stories, 5 challenges, 447 comments, and 37 friends
Hey guys. I’m around here every now and again.
I write my stories at 3 AM.
Ficly is nifty, you’re all cool cats.
Bring on the comments, I eat them for breakfast.
I always try to challenge myself. I often bite off more than I can chew.
I’m a multi-dimensional being so sometimes my tenses will be kerfuffed.
I don’t rate anymore because I have concluded that I don’t know what I’m talking about.
118 stories, 7 challenges, 257 comments, and 35 friends
Note to eReader owners: Digest for April 2011 is now available at http://www.box.net/shared/yg7eom74zq, as are all monthly digests. I’m happy to accept any and all feedback.
Still a fan of the slightly warped.
58 stories, 3 challenges, 1231 comments, and 278 friends
“The road to hell is paved with adverbs.” ~Stephen King
1063 stories, 24 challenges, 1395 comments, and 203 friends
A no-name, aspiring author who can’t stop writing. Looking ahead, he strives for perfection. Shackled by various forms of entertainment, he dreams of success. Most stories here are an invitation to YOU, to join me in creating new stories, new worlds, and a different tomorrow.
145 stories, 3 challenges, 2580 comments, and 433 friends
We were two against the world. Now the odds are slightly against me.
152 stories, 6 challenges, 351 comments, and 30 friends
Wow. I’ve been gone for awhile. Life has sort of taken over and my writing has withered along with the leaves on the trees. I feel I should have forced the writing when I felt less than inspired, but those days also seemed overwhelming in so many ways, so I stayed away. I think today is the day I would like to dust off the keyboard and begin the journey once more to find and hone my voice. I can only hope that there are some who will stick with me as I make my way back towards the literary world.
49 stories, 4 challenges, 362 comments, and 40 friends
Izzy, 18. Citizen of the world, performer, writer. The arts are my saving graces, I think. I was originally a member of Ficlets, and now I’m here. Let’s get to know each other.
159 stories, 6 challenges, 110 comments, and 74 friends
J. A. Keane has spent the majority of his 19 years trying to act like a somewhat normal member of modern society, but seeing as nobody else seems to be acting normal these days (which basically makes the entire concept of “normality” redundant and nothing but a bad joke (my inner Comedian-from-Alan-Moore’s-“Watchmen” talking there)), he has decided to give up on that, and continue along his path of random offbeat-ness.
When he’s not doing that, he also likes to write long-winded rants on Tumblr, miniature rants on Twitter, medium sized rants on Facebook, and adamantly refuses to use LOLspeak (as he finds it annoying, and believes that it’s a slightly differentiated (but not THAT much, really, if you think about it) form of Newspeak).
And when he’s not doing any of that, he likes to write exaggerated biographies that are intended to make him sound more interesting than he actually is.
And after all that, he also really likes to end his website biographies on a joke.
(American reality TV shows.)
59 stories, 23 challenges, 660 comments, and 49 friends
“The world is full of ugly things that you can’t change. Pretend it’s not that way. That’s my idea of faith.”
College-bound dork in Indiana. It’s a fun time.
67 stories, 6 challenges, 343 comments, and 42 friends
I can be reached at:
“For creative Fantasy is founded upon the hard recognition that things are so in the world as it appears in under the sun; on a recognition of fact, but not a slavery to it” ~J. R. R. Tolkien
Flower in Stone
Metal Flesh and Brittle Bone
Wandering Poet missing home.
Amused on a short fuse and never myself alone
This is just me trying to stay in the zone:
A writing side rarely shown
Me – RoseTone
52 stories, 1 challenge, 66 comments, and 12 friends
I’m making up for not being here as much. Going through mental crisises, physical pain dillemas, emotional distress and school. Anyway, I hope to be posting more and soon.
24 stories, 2 challenges, 313 comments, and 73 friends
I am just a girl who always wanted to be a writer.
Follow me on Twitter @smdasilva5!
128 stories, 27 challenges, 305 comments, and 44 friends
eReaders: Monthly digests up to December 2012 are available at https://www.box.com/shared/yg7eom74zq.
728 stories, 20 challenges, 7663 comments, and 211 friends
“Read, Reply, Ficly, or Die!” -Krully
I am a self-proclaimed member of the LoA (League of Awesomeness): Mistress of Well-Intentioned Indecision.
Special Needs Teacher, wife, mother of two, center-brained, imaginative, pragmatist. Sometimes I sing. Sometimes I take pictures. Sometimes I doodle or make stuff.
I just have too many irons in the fire.. I like fire.. it is pretty and warm.. I like to dance and sing by the fire, but I am careful. I always remember who I am.
I am Mistress Elshanor of Hawk Manor, Head Librarian, Keeper of the Secret Passageway to Mount Krully, and Keeper of the Ficlinomicon AND Kevin Lawver’s Pen. I think..
Get your ficly fandom on! http://zazzle.com/inkwells*
I wrote some free ebooks:
“For every day you take off from writing, your muse will take off three!” -Anonymous
“Do not pity the dead, pity the living; especially those who live without love.” -Dumbledore
15 stories, 0 challenges, 27 comments, and 74 friends
What defines a writer? Is it someone who can put a few words together to make a sentence, or is it someone who writes with professional English skills?
I don’t know, I am only 13 and therefore don’t know much about writing techniques but I do know that every word I do write that is to do with stories, poems or plays – from Shakespeare essays to descriptive writing- I love. :)
I hope you like my stories and if not have fun writing your own,
10 stories, 0 challenges, 11 comments, and 2 friends
I’m a fairly simple guy. I love poerty. I love reading it, writing it and even performing it (when the mood hits me). I’ve also dabled in the the occasional short story from time to time but as of lately I’ve lost touch with my art (due mostly to work). Recently, a good friend of mine told me about ficly and said I should try getting back into my writing with the little bit of free time I have. I plan to post original poetry, some short stories and maybe some art (but don’t quote me on the art part, haha). I welcome any and all feed back, so long as it’s honest.
36 stories, 5 challenges, 38 comments, and 11 friends
English and Music teacher, and creative loony.
I am “blue tapioca” at writerscafe.org. I would like to invite you to read some of my longer material there: http://www.writerscafe.org/bluetapioca
I am working on a novella about Sherlock Holmes and Watson from the point of view of a third person omniscient narrator.
I also have in full draft form a bittersweet story of genderqueer net friends: their proposed first meeting abroad and their beautiful relationship, and how the friendship eventually ended. I would value your comments on either or both stories.
322 stories, 40 challenges, 1316 comments, and 77 friends
I am the Guardian of the Ink Wells and Head Flight Attendant of Our Strange and Wonderful House.
16 stories, 2 challenges, 7 comments, and 78 friends
Greetings, programs of Ficly!
Somewhat paradoxically, I am simultaneously new – and not new – here; formerly, I was on this site under the handle of “J.A. Keane” from the start of 2010, up ‘til mid-to-late 2012. Things would have merrily continued that way…if it weren’t for the malfunction that wound up with me being unable to log back onto here with my Facebook account (oh, technology!), so henceforth I have returned like a fine-feathered phoenix from the flames (albiet with considerably less spectacle) to start anew.
However, if you’d like to see the sort of stuff I did before on my old account, you can take an inquisitive gander herein:
Be seeing you…
14 stories, 3 challenges, 63 comments, and 12 friends
Formerly Pandora; Wednesday.
Lost in seas of tender wishes, void of fishes.
“There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you.”
“Our lives are not our own. From womb to tomb, we are bound to others. Past and present. And by each crime and every kindness, we birth our future.”