Asian Stories - AtoZ 2017

Tuesday, August 15, 2017

READ: FIRE, the Hunger


'FIRE, the Hunger' is on WATTPAD!

With the help of NaNoWriCamp and the Clarion Foundation Write-a-Thon for challenge and motivation, I finished the series of stories, 'FIRE, the Hunger', to be read as an e-book, coming soon to ebook store.

Tuesday, August 1, 2017

Fire, the Hunger

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Once there was Fire; the gods controlled and protected Fire, only the humans wanted its warmth and light from the cold and dark during the night. A god Kaang warned that if the humans used Fire the animals and trees would no longer talk to them. Hummingbird, beaver, grandma spider, and the chimpanzees secured Fire. When a human hunter stole fire for his warmth and light and cookd animal flesh this cause fear, havoc, and destruction on our Earth.

Fire is hypnotic, enchanting, and a furious eater not to be controlled by the humans without confindment. These stories are compiled from folktales and segued to tell the conquences once humans had FIRE, like our constant wars.

Monday, May 1, 2017

Survivor of April2017 #AtoZChallenge

I DID IT!

During Camp NaNoWriMo, I wrote a story a day that I tell verbally. The stories were outlined for the events and characters. April 2017 as the last Camp in April 2016, I entered the #AtoZBlog challenge to post a daily 'teaser' for the story on my blog The Story Realm. Also, the complete story posted daily at my site on Wattpad.com for my followers to read. The double challenge is the best way to link the stories and reached readers. 

The super best are the links The StoryRealm has links to Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, Google+, LinkedIn, and this blog goes to my Amazon page. I used these to send 'teaser' for the story to followers.

So written daily, a story posted on many sites for visits and comments from my followers. This is a broad critique group that meets online and gives suggestions or can ignore the story. Comments or not, I have successfully written a story daily and notified my followers all done because I was under pressure at Camp NaNoWriMo to finish a project. So, I say, take all challenges, do your best, and while working on a project 'web' publish so others can see your progress.

THANK YOU all at CAMP NaNoWriMo and #AtoZchallenge ---> I'm one who needs a challenge and a goal to feel success, especially the bonus of the certificates that state, 'WINNER' and 'SURVIVOR' which were earned and well deserved.

Saturday, April 29, 2017

Dancing Tiger - #AtoZChallenge

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#8 Korean Stories
The Taming of TIGER

Tiger hears drumming as in the court of the Heavenly Prince, and see a young man that resembles the Prince. Tiger leaves the cave and dances behind the man. He dances from city to city for celebrations. Tiger goes to “the old man of the mountain” ten year celebration. Here the Heavenly Prince comes for Tiger; together they visit mountain celebrations in Korea.

Blogging from A to Z April Challenge: #AtoZChallenge - 4-30-2017 - Letter Z

The Healing - #AtoZChallenge

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YONDER
#7 Korean Stories
The Taming of TIGER

Tiger injured, starving, and hides in a cave, humiliated.  Finding the Tiger, the woman approaches, “My husband is emotionally injured by the wars. A shaman told me to bring him a whisker from a live tiger to heal him.” The young woman looks like Bear Maiden. Tiger allows the woman to feed him. After, his paw heals; he gives her a whisker. She brings her husband to meet Tiger, who is gratified and stays in the cave until he hears a drum play.

Blogging from A to Z April Challenge: #AtoZChallenge 4-29-2017 - Letter Y

Friday, April 28, 2017

The Pleasant - #AtoZChallenge

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#6 Korean Stories
The Taming of Tiger

Tiger becomes extremely careful because Rabbit tricked him twice. The miller (agriculture), the second son of the First Emperor, travels milling grains with his stones for the farmers. When Tiger chases pheasants to eat (Buddhist), the miller, who looks like the Heavenly Prince, throws a millstone and hurts Tiger’s front paw. Wanting revenge, Tiger plans to eat the miller. The pheasant rings a temple bell causing Tiger to lose his power.

I re-arranged characters to fit the Korean landscape and combine the story within a story to suit my tale of ’Taming of Tiger,’ which I told in the Asian Art Galleries 2002 to 2012.

Blogging from A to Z April Challenge: #AtoZChallenge - 4-28-2017 - Letter X

Thursday, April 27, 2017

Tiger and the Pit, #AtoZChallenge

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#5 Korean Stories
The Taming of TIGER

Tricked by the small Cousin Rabbit, Tiger is more humble and carefully crawls through the woods, which are now filled with hunters. Tiger falls into a pit dug for catching pigs. The totem carver (Shamanism) is a son of the First Earthly Emperor. Dan-Gum. The carver helps Tiger out of the pit, as Tiger is the Guard of the West and King of the Beasts. To Tiger the carver resembles the Heavenly Prince only does not smell like him and too long and thin. When tiger wants to eat the carver, Cousin Rabbit who tricked Tiger before tricks Tiger back into the pit.

Blogging from A to Z April Challenge: #AtoZChallenge - 4-27-2016 - Letter W