Disney is notorious for princesses getting their happily ever after with their princes.
But what happens when you rewrite the plot and do away with the rainbows and butterflies?
In this tale of Aladdin, what if Aladdin hadn't married Princess Jasmine but fell in love with her brother, Prince Hassan, instead?
There is a rumor that on the night where the sky is visible to see many stars to count, if you manage to reach Lameda Rise before sunrise, you can be granted a wish.
But no one has ever thought of doing something crazy, especially for a rumor. Well, some people might be crazy enough.
“If you go to the junkyard in the evening, bringing with you three treasured belongings in exchange, the Junk Genie will appear and grant you your heart’s desire!”Lured by this new urban legend, seven teenagers make their way to the junkyard on Southwest Street. What will they find there, and what does it have to do with their former childhood hero?One of them knows the answer.
Yukira Rose used to be a happy girl that lived a happy life but that all changed once someone close to her left in an accident. Ever since that, everything went downhill, from the smile that always used to be on her face to the bruises that were left both on the inside and the outside. She thought that maybe she should die but that changed once she met the new exchange student. Maybe she might have a chance to be herself again.
A story about a human child named Primrose and a demihuman named Nicholas Splinterwick, and their adventures across a fantastic world filled with unique civilizations and cultures, some not unlike our own. I was deeply inspired by both Kino's Journeyand LiEatfor this one, and it airs a little more on the side of philosophy than most of my other works. I plan to continue it as a series of short stories, all connecting into a larger plot line, so please let me know if you enjoy it!
The series is dedicated to my father on his 50th Birthday