Author has written 3 stories for Mythology, and Fable.
First and foremost, Vennela is a name that means 'moonlight.'
I absolutely love fiction! To escape into another world is a prized experience for me. To give birth to a world is infinitely better. I love it! But right now, the giving birth to new worlds has to take a break because of a serious writer's block. Because my fingers refuse to stop typing, I decided to escape the modern times for a while and travel into ancient times, where magic was real and adventure can be found everywhere. I hope the stories I've written and the possibilities I've explored fascinate you as much as they fascinated me.
Warning: My stories may not be orthodox.
The Seeds of Death Persephone, the daughter of the nature goddess, Demeter, is abducted by Hades, the Lord of the Underworld. He forces her into marriage. Persephone vaguely remembers her mother telling her not to eat anything from the Underworld, but driven by hunger, she eats six seeds of a pomegranate. The cost? Staying in the Underworld with her cold husband for six months of the year and spends the other six months with her mother. The story of a frightened girl in the coldest world on Earth. But in that cold world, Persephone catches a glimpse of warmth... This is the first story I've written for FictionPress. I'm excited! For more info on Persephone:
Scheherazade This is Scheherazade's POV of the Arabian Nights. According to legend, King Shahryar is betrayed by his beloved first wife. Driven mad by this treachery, he decides that all women, in the end, will betray him. With this conclusion, he marries a virgin a day and after spending a night with her, in the morning, he beheads her. Fate has Scheherazade, the beautiful and clever daughter (who happens to have a knack for storytelling) of the King's vizier, volunteers freely to be the next wife of King Shahryar. On their night together, Scheherazade's younger sister, Dunyazad, knocks on the door to spend the final moments of her sister with her. She asks Scheherazade to tell one of her famous tales. Scheherazade agrees and the King consents, curious. Scheherazade starts narrating a tale and JUST HAPPENS to end with a cliffhanger on the first night. When the King asks her to continue, she shakes her head, insisting that dawn is breaking and the mood needed for storytelling is broken. The King reluctantly agrees to give Scheherazade another night to finish her tale. The next night, Scheherazade holds true to her word and ends the first story, but cleverly, she weaves the ending of the first story and the beginning of the second story together without the King knowing. Even on the second night, she ends with a cliffhanger. The King once again gives her another night to finish. This goes on for about three years, more specifically, a thousand and one nights. Her stories, which include Aladdin and Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves, are her only weapons. This is the love story between a doomed storyteller and her insane husband who needs, but does not want, the end of her. Need I say I am excited to be Scheherazade in this story? For more info on Scheherazade: