The ZedneWeb Library
Welcome, brave soul, to the ZedneWeb Library. From here you can read my Sfstory series, as well as some other stuff I've done. Comments and such are always welcome. Really. I don't bite.
- Starcruiser Anonymous
The peaceful planet Arorua has fallen to the galaxy's newest conquerors: the Zakavian Empire. Elsewhere, the Zakavian Eighth Fleet sends a scouting mission to the Solar System -- home of the Anonymous, which was launched by a group of small towns in New Jersey to escape the destruction on Earth (specifically in New England) caused by those pesky space battles. Still elsewhere, a student minoring in heroism at Interstellar University returns home for semester break....
When Starcruiser Anonymous finishes, there will be other storylines. (I have plans for at least three, most of which I can't describe yet as they would spoil various events that will happen later in the current storyline.) I also have some plans for some Superguy series, which I'll start at some point -- but not until SA is complete. Of course, when they start, they'll be listed here.
These are HTML files, which goes to show you how much I can get done when I'm bored, as they weren't HTML to begin with. The first is rather depressing, and the last are just confusing (but funny). Why put them up? When I first set up a web site, I knew I'd have a library eventually, but I didn't have anything at the time. So I converted these.
- High Tide
This is my only "published" work (as in, high school literary magazine). It's a fun little story about some anthropologists on an island, one of whom dies. The operative word here is 'little'.
- The (Strange) Humor Script
When I drift off to sleep, I occasionally get weird ideas for stories. Even more occasionally, I write them down. This consists of three unusual scripts, written with television in mind (they're not in the official TV format, but who cares?).
Like the above, this one is based on ideas that came to me as I slept. It is usually described as "very silly". Essentially, it is a brief festival of non-sequitor. (There are a few lines in here that I really like, though.)
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