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What? It’s back?

Yes, that’s right! Part 4 of the Fan-Voted Story is back with a vengeance.

Unfortunately, no one voted last time, so I continued on my own. So, if you want to help shape the story about what is going to happen to Kayla, please vote down below. If you like someone’s suggestion, like it! I’ll choose the highest voted suggestion or, if there isn’t one, the suggestion that I like best.

If you want to catch up with the story, please go to the Evan Elias section of the Living Author’s Society page.

Back to the action!


Hello everybody!

It’s been a long time coming but Part 3 of my Fan Voted Story is here!

The winning suggestion from last time was made by Mandibelle16. Thank you for the suggestion that the ring was dark magic and there were consequences for using it.

If you need to catch up on the story, feel free to go back on the Evan Elias section of the Living Author’s Society page. While you’re at it, feel free to check some of the other authors as well, they’re very talented.

As always, please comment down below about what you think should happen and what you thought. The winning comment will dictate where the story goes from here!

Now, without further ado, let the story continue…


In the Morning

Posted: March 12, 2017 by Evan Elias in Scene, Short Story, Uncategorized, Writing Exercise

Hello everyone, it’s been a very long time since I’ve last posted but I’m back! I plan on uploading more regularly too, now, so please check out my stuff and, if you like what you see, come on back.

A quick heads up: The next part of my fan voted story will be released soon, so check back on my older posts to find part 1 and 2. The direction of the fan story is decided upon by you, the readers. So if you’ve been disappointed with stories in the past, this is your chance to choose where the story goes. More detailed instructions are on Part 1 and will be on the incoming Part 3.

As for this post, it’s a small experiment in present tense writing style for me as well as a way to get back into writing things on the blog, so it might not be your cup of tea. Regardless, feel free to leave your comments to let me know what you thought of it.

– E


Hello everyone, sorry for the long wait!

It’s time for Part Two of the Reader’s Choice Story!

Last time I only managed to get one suggestion for Part One of the Reader’s Choice Story so, obviously, that suggestion won! Big thanks to werrf for suggesting that something that Kayla bought was what protected her from the monster.

So, here we go again! Like last time, if you have any suggestions or ideas on what you think will happen or what you want to happen next, comment on the post. If you like a suggestion, like it! I’ll use the highest voted comment on the next segment of the story.(If you don’t know what happened last time, the previous segment is here.) (more…)

Hello people of the internet! I thought I would do something fun. I’ve written the beginning of a story here. It doesn’t end, it merely stops mid-way through. I thought I would write this with the assistance of anyone who wants to participate.

If you have ideas on where you want the story to go, comment on my story! If you like what someone else has commented, like that comment. I will choose the highest liked comment and use that to continue on the story. Or, if there is a tie, I’ll choose my favorite. I will try, as best I can, to write the next part of the story every week.

This is a reader’s choice story! The direction the story goes is up to you.


The Ocean and I

Posted: December 4, 2015 by Evan Elias in Uncategorized

The sound of an engine echoed through the water and slowly disappeared as a boat sailed away. Fish swam past my face in vibrantly colored schools as I decended, surrounded by bubbles.The water wasn’t cold, but warm and pleasant. I could feel the tides brush my hair over my face in a gentle ebb and flow so that my hair matched some of the sea anemones in the nearby coral reef. It was a beautiful day, perfect for snorkeling. 

It’s too bad that I wasn’t snorkeling. I looked down at the concrete block chained to my legs as the last of my air left my lungs. Despite my struggles, the chains had sat firmly in place. After a few moments of panic and pain, it all began to disappear and I felt a serene calmness. My consciousness was fading and I was melding into the ocean. It was a beautiful day.

Another Bout of Poetry

Posted: October 29, 2015 by Evan Elias in Poem
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Here are a couple more haikus that I wrote today. They represent my thoughts as I went through my day and when I had a spot of writer’s block.


From the ashes, life

The forest shall be reborn

Greater than before.

Ah, inspiration

Dancing just beyond my reach

Why won’t you come back?