Dreaming, an Aya standalone short

27 03 2009

I had trouble sleeping this night, so whatever would have been responsible to churning out dreams normally just have leaked into my wake self or something. I ended up switching on my writing desk / bedside slight, grabbing my pen and notebook, and started banning this to paper in the wee hours of morning. It’s a standalone short of only 1232 words, so it’s about the average length of an ATC instalment. Have fun. Comments welcome.

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Against The Current, thrilling installment #18

24 03 2009

Here you go, a fresh update. Have fun.

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Against The Current, thrilling installment #17

10 03 2009

After that cliffhanger, or rather rooffaller, in the last instalment, here’s were we land. Probably even more error ridden than usual, but you know, you can fix that. Just tell me. Oh, and instalments 1 and 2, have been revised, so you might want to have a look. It doesn’t change the story, though; no need to reread them if you don’t want to just to understand what’s going on.

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Against The Current, thrilling installment #16

9 02 2009

Here you go. Commenting strongly encouraged, as usual.

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Something completely different

27 01 2009

…and then a pair of doe broke forth from the shrubs to the right, crossing the path only a hand full of metres before me. They ran down the sandy short of the small lake, darted over the frozen water, their hooves slipping a little on the ice and then up the far bank. Within a few seconds they had come and gone again, leaving me standing in awe and reverence for the kind of beauty only nature is artist enough to create.

Against The Current, thrilling installment #15

26 01 2009

Here we go again.

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Sitting by the Shore, a Raniran traditional song

19 01 2009

First of all: The score complete with lyrics An alternate two voice version is available, too. It’s has a single voice for singing and no tracks for instruments; feel free to add any though. If you do, I’d be interested in it. If you don’t, drop a comment anyway 😉

For those not interested in the score, here are the lyrics standalone:

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