A long time ago in a city far, far away things were as they they always had been. No one…
The Moon Ball is a story about a young juggler, Jermone, who’s not doing well in his profession at all. The balls keep falling down, and the king’s soldiers chase him away. One day he finds an extraordinary ball in the bushes. It becomes his career’s great turning point.
You can listen to the story in the video underneath, read the new edited story on steemit.com@fictionspawn or read the original story in two parts: The Moon Ball and The King’s Desire. There’s also a third part, called Execution, which is not included in the audio story. I hope you enjoy it, thanks for stopping by.
This story was originally published on Fictionspawn Monsters as Temple of Death. You can read the new version on steemit.com@fictionspawn, or listen to the video below.
Far into the future three archaeologists find a mysterious temple in the jungle. There are warning signs on the door, but they do not believe in curses and such.
He wrote stories about anyone who didn’t write about themselves. To achieve time, he swore an oath to higher powers. If given time, he would write the story of everyone who didn’t write about themselves and no one else. He is given time.
This is an audio version of my story Unrestricted Comprehension. You can listen to the story below, and read the new version on Steemit.com@fictionspawn.
Timothy walks to the end of the world, and peers out into the beyond. He didn’t expect what he finds.
My audio stories have been edited quite a lot before recording. You can listen to the video below, or read the new version on Steemit.com@fictionspawn. The old version can be found here on Fictionspawn Monsters. (Link)
Frank’s dream is to bring the dead back to life. He experiments with insects, and moves on to lizards and mice. Humans are his goal. He learns he’s playing a dangerous game.
You can listen to the video below, or check out my post on steemit where the video version is published in written form.
This story was originally published in two parts here on Fictionspawn Monsters, and was later re-edited into one. You can read it here: Revive