Author has written 57 stories for Humor, Horror, General, General, Mystery, Sci-Fi, Love, Life, Romance, Humor, Spiritual, Supernatural, and Historical.
It is with great humility that I present to you Lord Wezel’s magnificent collection of fictional works!
But first, allow me to introduce myself. I am Lord Wezel, humble author of perhaps the universe’s greatest collection of fiction. I fancy myself an evil supervillain with a frozen, dead heart; though my best friend describes me as a harmless flower. Pah! I often describe myself as timeless, hilarious, and appreciative of quality dark humor. I reside inside a nearly-impenetrable castle. From within these walls I produce my fiction and share it for the pleasure of the gracious reader.
My stories more often than not feature humor, dark, or insanity. But I am fond of many other genres, family and romance included. I also use self-made limits and challenges to make the writing process more interesting for myself in many of my stories. Finally, I am generally present in some form or way within every story I post. My best friend also provides inspiration for some characters, leading to greatly humorous scenes!
My personal favorite story from my entire collection is No Way Out, a story about a neuro-scientist who attempts to cure the world of its fear and sadness.
I’d describe the majority of my stories as humorous tales to distract readers from the dreadful woes of life. In this category, I’d recommend the following favorites:
Table For One (Six shades of a man’s personality enjoy dinner together. What could go wrong?)
Encounters with a Hopelessly Romantic Weirdo (A dedicated woman hunts down three monsters, determined to make one her husband!)
How to College Like a Pro (The woes of a college student who naively assumed the Internet actually had a caring soul.)
Let Go of My Tail! (The first meeting between a cynical, grouchy foxgirl and a cheery, love-struck catboy.)
Magic of the Authors (A comedic dedicatory to all the fiction writers out there.)
Of course, many of my stories tackle dark topics in life. Of such, I’d recommend the following:
A Tale of Fear (Fear as told by Lord Wezel.)
The Dark Side of Light (A historical fiction of the Cold War, from the perspective of a Soviet school. Note the “fiction” part.)
A Difference Between Good and Evil (A “good deed” from the perspective of an evil man.)
Unrecognizable (A story about a chronically-suffering boy.)
Or perhaps the gracious reader is a fan of varying levels of dark humor… in that case, these stories will be good reads:
Wezel’s Fairy Tales (My twisted re-tellings of beloved childhood stories and poems.)
Imagination Salesman (Anything can be bought from the salesman with a magical cardboard box. Be careful what you wish for…)
Dinner Date (A lunch encounter between two woodland creatures in an urban office setting.)
By My Hand (A story about an egotistical, all-powerful butterfly.)
Darkness not your favorite cup of tea? Lord Wezel has some positive and inspirational stories, too. Perhaps the reader would enjoy the following:
I, the Little Brother (A little brother braves the danger of boy-melting cooties to comfort his distraught sister.)
Loving Through Pain (Two stubborn friends are determined to love each other, even through fights.)
If It Meant They Could Live (A man reminisces about war and family.)
Greater (An orphan girl shows the world that happiness can be found even in dark circumstances.)
There are also several romance stories available for enjoyment. My favorites are:
My Aching Heart (A dramatic love story too adorable for words.)
Love So Rare (A fairy tale type story about the romance between a king and maid.)
Love Like Hers (A man describes his love for the perfect woman in poetry form.)
To Date or Not to Date (This story features an alternating focus between the two budding romances of opposite personalities.)
Occasionally his Lordship dabbles humbly in the finer arts of poetry and rhyme. Some personal favorites are:
Love Song of the Introverts: a Duet (This is a sad tale about the doomed love of two introverts who unknowingly share a mutual desire for each other.)
Uninspired Author (The woes of an- Yeah, this is pretty self-explanatory.)
My Name (Life as told by Wind.)
The Garden (This is a poetic-story about the despair hidden behind beauty and life.)
If you enjoy cat-themed stories as much as the next fanatic-weirdo, then these stories are sure to become favorites:
The Cat o’ Nine Tales (A series of tales told from the perspective of a cat.)
Siblings (A brother and sister play together in a battle of superiority.)
Communion with Death (A man hopes his offering pleases Death himself.)
I have also been very privileged to have co-authored three stories with my best friend and fellow writer, Miss ZB (zanybellecloudo).
The Nightmare Before Halloween (A husband and wife enjoy a private Halloween party with some unexpected visitors, surprises, and startling revelations! This story can be found on zanybellecloudo’s FictionPress page.)
Brilliant Brit, Awkward American (A dorky American girl falls head over heels in love with a clueless British guy. Unfortunately for him, she will not take no for an answer. This story can be found on Lord Wezel’s page… which incidentally is right where you are currently at.)
A Romantic Night of Blood, Screams, and Howls (A humorous story describing a date between a vampiress and wolfman, and all the mayhem and fun they share. This story can also be found on Lord Wezel’s page.)
I am also the proud editor (and writer of a couple chapters) of ZB’s recent story, Undying Ones: The Return (A story describing the friendship and love shared between a woman and her vampiric best friend.)
If you’re interested in stories which face life boldly, dramatically, and often humorously, then I’d recommend ZB’s collection of stories. A few of my particular favorites include:
The ‘FUN’ in Funeral (A woman meets Grim after she dies in a humiliating fashion; leading to a life-changing and unexpected encounter between the two.)
The Thirteenth of Never (A story about a couple separated by death. Yet, love knows no bounds… not even the chasm between life and after-life.)
The Eternal Song (A beloved story about an endearing frog-creature, a sweet girl, and the power of a healing melody.)
Midnight Wolves (A wolfman does anything necessary to protect his wife and daughter; even hunt down every member of his murderous werewolf family.)
A Pirate’s Heart (A story about a depressed pirate, a cheeky first mate, and a green-wearing stowaway.)
The Creepy Caterpillar (This is an amazing story which shows that beauty is on the inside, and the world is often a cruel place.)
If you are simply on the site by mistake and would rather be reading fanfiction, then it is just your luck! Lord Wezel also has a minor presence on FanFiction under the same penname, with six stories based on Disney’s Frozen. These range from humor to dark to family bonding. I am sure at least one of these stories may catch the reader’s fancy!
Two of my stories have been published on Youtube as audio recordings by The Saturday Storytellers. These are The Grumpy Crab and A Father’s Pain. Be sure to check them!
"I see a box. Outside there is darkness. Inside there is only me. Inside I am safe. I am trapped. There is no way out. I can see everything through the darkness. Thoughts, feelings, emotions, dreams, fears. I try to walk out but I can't. There is no way out. Only now do I realize that I made this box. And I shut myself inside. And I threw away the key. Inside there is only me. Inside I am safe. And there is no way out." –Dr. Peter Altmann