Hank Harding PM
3 Mer » The Mer crave eternal life, but only men have souls. In the modern day, convicts are given the opportunity to live the life of their dreams but at the price of immortality. Alone on a desert island, one man must choose.
Fiction: Supernatural, T, English, Adventure & Horror, chapters: 11, words: 35k+, favs: 3, 7/1/2010
1A Brief History of Political Reform An ingenuous little tale concerning the motives and processes of political reform. Delightful, but by no means comprehensive.
Fiction: Historical, T, English, words: 212, 2/4/2009
Today I Have Become Your Father » One morning, Tina watches as the president addresses the nation with a message of safety and joy. A work of hypothetical political horror.
Fiction: Horror, T, English, chapters: 2, words: 936, 10/21/2008
Sorrow Rising The last poem that ever needs to be written; all others are redundant. Oh sorrow.
Poetry: Life, K, English, Angst, words: 5, 6/29/2008
1 The Deal When the system breaks down, two men attempting to barter for necessities discover that human trust is also a valuable commodity.
Fiction: Sci-Fi, K+, English, Sci-Fi, words: 587, favs: 1, 6/10/2008
1The Ghost of Cranberry House The beginning of a horror story written for a contest. The beginning pleased me greatly, but I could not take it anywhere and have utterly dumped it.
Fiction: Horror, T, English, Horror, words: 986, 1/15/2008
The Picture Worth a Thousand Lives A young man travels to the country of his famous ancestor, seeking information about his family's past and the wonderful painting left behind by his granduncle. Unfinished, perhaps never to be completed.
Fiction: Mystery, T, English, Mystery, words: 1k+, 1/15/2008
1The World Before Written from the perspective of an amateur archeologist concerning mysterious artifacts from an unknown past. Incomplete.
Fiction: Mystery, T, English, Mystery, words: 7k+, follows: 1, 1/15/2008
1 The Wall Written from the perspective of a tribal legendkeeper, this describes the history and the puzzlement of the tribe's interaction with the mysterious, infinite Wall.
Fiction: Fantasy, K+, English, Fantasy, words: 782, favs: 1, 1/15/2008
Filling in for Edgar This is an autobiographical sketch describing a fill in experience at the retirement center where I work. People are weird.
Fiction: Humor, T, English, Humor, words: 3k+, 1/14/2008
Shattered Things A short story about a man who collects other people's discarded treasures. It would be listed under the 'life' category if there was one.
Fiction: Essay, T, English, words: 3k+, favs: 1, 1/14/2008