The fifteenth of fifty-two short stories completed!
Continued writing D&D class stories. This week focused on the Bard class with a short story of 1,643 words that followed a busking bard after a rough night of earnings that found herself in a rough back alley fight. It was a fun piece to write with the challenge of including musical descriptions, something I haven’t done much in the past. I look forward to revising this story in the near future.
The fourteenth of fifty-two short stories completed!
Wrote another D&D class short story of 1,201 words. It follows a Ranger as they complete their hunt and have to deal with the unexpected consequences of slaying their prey. It was a fun romp and just as fun to write. I already have rough outlines for the three more stories for three more classes, and I’ll be turning those into first drafts here soon.
The thirteenth of fifty-two short stories completed!
Wrote a triplet of fantasy flash fiction pieces this week, each story revolving around one of the many D&D classes/subclasses (Fighter, Battlemaster (fighter), and Warlock (fiend). I was inspired by the flash fictions James Haeck wrote for his Class 101 articles on D&D Beyond. I intended to, over the course of the year, write at least one flash fiction for each of the main D&D classes. Altogether, these three pieces totaled 1,099 words.