I Like Fantasy Stories With A Pinch Of Plausibility

Fantasy Stories With a Pinch Of Plausibility 54 People


    When I read the title, I think of movies. Some of the greatest movies to me are fiction movies that make you think, "This could happen...". I just watched Event Horizon for about the 50th time and while it's dark, it's based on black hole 'what-ifs' with some religion...
    fascad3 fascad3
    36-40, M
    5 Responses Nov 1, 2009

    To Be Continued...

    The woods are quiet. The early morning fog rises slowly from a nearby pond, and the sounds of small fish are a distant echo. Underfoot, the springy feeling of pine needles makes me feel like I'm walking on Nature's carpet. I sit on a stump, taking little notice it was mostly...
    Connifer Connifer
    56-60, M
    Aug 26, 2010

    Mirinda's Melody (please Read Mists Of Adventure First)

    NOTE: This is a short story sequel to "Mists of Adventure" "Mirinda's Melody" There are times, in that gray twilight between awake and asleep, when you can almost touch upon a recurring dream that has perplexed you for years...a face that you know but you don't know...a voice...
    Connifer Connifer
    56-60, M
    2 Responses Jul 1, 2010

    Mists Of Adventure

    I have discovered there are a lot of talented writers on EP.  So it occurred to me there must be others like myself who enjoy writing fantasy short stories.   I have written a few that have evoked a response unexpected...like being asked if the story was true...or...
    Connifer Connifer
    56-60, M
    12 Responses Nov 1, 2009

    ~ Blissful Day ~

    The ocean speaks to her In a tongue known only  To those who call it home. She waits patiently, Her eyes searching, probing Until she hears the call. Her mind begins to quiver... Contact has been made. She smiles and looks Through her binoculars... The ocean's turned to jade. "I...
    Connifer Connifer
    56-60, M
    2 Responses Jun 3, 2012

    And I Write Them

    I want the story to have dragons and magic, yes... But I also want the reader to believe that its possible, on another world perhaps, but that inkling in the back of your mind that reveals shards of truth in the mists of fantasy... that is the mark of a truly good writer.
    VincentValentine VincentValentine
    31-35, M
    Jul 22, 2011
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