Author has written 11 stories for Young Adult, Supernatural, General, Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy, and Horror.
Hello and welcome to the story stockpile of author Melody Kazey. Enjoy watching a writer's progress and process. Stories in the stockpile include new works as well as stories from her early writing days. Feel free to say hello on the blog or on a live stream!
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Hunter and Hunted - Hunter isn't afraid of the dark. He's afraid of his thoughts in the dark. (8/2017 prompt from OfficerGenious)
Dawn of the Elementalist - Kauzis, a 74 year old man, faces the last test as he reclaims his life and starts a new field of study. (8/2017 prompt from FictionMyDiction)
Family Duties - At the end of the world, a girl finds hope for survival. (7/2017)
Of Age - Peter has a particularly overwhelming experience hitting puberty. (7/2017)
Have Your Cake - In her bakery, Amelia confronts a brief but tumultuous point in her past. Once the world stood beside her in her hour of need. Now she fears she will only see its back. (2015)
An Angel's Prayer - Certain things can't be ignored after a young woman's untimely death. (Written for the Review Game's August 2010 Writing Challenge Contest.) (2010)
Pied Piper - A string of gruesome child murders strike the city and Samuel would do anything to save his son. But what is he really saving him from? (Written for the Review Game's January 2010 Writing Challenge Contest.) (2010)
609 - Joe Perkins, a hopeless pizza delivery man in Esperanza City, is sent to an apartment building as a prank, but leaving is harder than he anticipates. (2009)
Superhero Guild - What does it take to be a hero? (Written for the Review Game's September 2009 Writing Challenge Contest.) (2009)
Desire - To keep her husband's love, Dana will do whatever it takes, even if it means losing herself in the process. (Written for the Review Game's June 2009 Writing Challenge Contest.) (2009)
Stuck - Freddy and Rachel plan to have a perfect day no matter what, but as with the other best laid plans of mice and men, it is bound to go astray. (Written for the Review Game's January 2009 Writing Challenge Contest.) (2009)