Fiction Archive

The Smuggler (Sci-Fi)

Posted September 11, 2014 By L.A. Marr

The sudden jolt of the shuttle leaving hyperspeed rocked Iness forward from the reclined position she had assumed just before the shuttle jumped. The angle of the craft in the gravity-less vacuum of space didn’t feel right, nor did the sudden deceleration brought on by the artificial gravity equipment trying to compensate.  She wandered up […]

The Biker

Posted August 15, 2014 By L.A. Marr

Who are you riding with?

The Neighbor

Posted August 15, 2014 By L.A. Marr

Sometimes hope for a young family can be found across the fence.

The Ride

Posted August 5, 2014 By L.A. Marr

Perhaps this sounds like a ride you might have taken…


Posted August 4, 2014 By L.A. Marr

There comes a kingdom… All great buildings have names, it is usually no different with the seat of a kingdom. Palace Athandraul has been the residence of the Kings of Utonica for at least a hundred years. Prior to that there had been a great stone castle, tumbled down by war and weather and used […]


Posted August 4, 2014 By L.A. Marr

The world expands… What would happen if you went for a ride and never returned? Aleyne Agrurova did just that. Aleyne was a pleasant teenager, nearly an adult, when she saddled her horse to take a long ride one day. Aleyne only knew that her parents had loved her and that when they died unexpectedly […]


Posted August 4, 2014 By L.A. Marr

The adventure begins… Aleyne Agrurova only knew that her parents had loved her and that when they died unexpectedly she came to live with her uncle Raul. She didn’t know who they really were. When she was twelve her uncle gave her a present that her parents had left for to have when she was […]

The Driver

Posted August 1, 2014 By L.A. Marr

I’m not sure it is very good, but it is from the heart.

Iacaus & Cindar

Posted July 9, 2014 By L.A. Marr

Iacaus learned that sometimes the final gift from a friend is the hardest to receive. Greater love has no one than this, that he lay down his life for his friend.

A Tall Cliff & A Long Fall

Posted July 8, 2014 By L.A. Marr

Sometimes our greatest falls will have bigger than life rescues.

An Odd Legacy

Posted July 2, 2014 By L.A. Marr

An Odd Legacy “And last do I bequeath to my youngest daughter the contents of the box found on my office roll top desk. It is approximately one foot long, eight inches wide, and four inches tall. It is covered with oriental carving.” Said the barrister in the same somber tone he had been using […]

Lone Wolf

Posted May 17, 2014 By L.A. Marr

The Wolf Mates For Life She crested the hill and glanced across the plains, then turned to acknowledge her mate as he joined her. Together they surveyed the wind, looking upwind to judge the scents they were sorting. Satisfied that there was nothing of interest, they traveled on their journey.  They shared equally the lead, […]

Stormcaller – Sehanine’s Story

Posted May 17, 2014 By L.A. Marr

A Stormcaller is a healer and a fighter who can use long trained skills to both fight and cure. There is no match for a Stormcaller.

Darkness to Light

Posted October 21, 2013 By L.A. Marr

Aleyne stayed close to the underbrush, sometimes even going through it if she could and still travel noiselessly. She was watching again to see who traveled the pass tonight. What had started from a request had become an obsession born from concern and fueled by her anger. After Commander Trodara had requested that they help […]


Posted March 10, 2012 By L.A. Marr

(( This story was written while I participated in a MMORPG game. I’ve got several about the characters I’ve played, although the names of some have been changed. Perhaps I will someday place them in a compilation, or even develop them into a story that will fill a book. Enjoy them for now. )) Arihelnes […]