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The Storyteller's Project


Fiction blog by Vancouver based writer Carissa So; “The Storyteller’s Project” is dedicated solely to sharing her works of fiction and fantasy with anyone who is looking for clean distraction through one of the world’s oldest art forms: storytelling.

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The Storyteller's Project


Fiction blog by Vancouver based writer Carissa So; “The Storyteller’s Project” is dedicated solely to sharing her works of fiction and fantasy with anyone who is looking for clean distraction through one of the world’s oldest art forms: storytelling.

 

Since I started this little project back in October 2015, I've posted well over 100,000 words in 7 projects to this little site I've called a home for almost a year now. While I did not start The Storyteller's Project with an end date in mind, it seems with the return of September and another school year I shall have to push pause for a while. You who know me know that my writing is everything to me, and the opportunity to share it like this has been equal parts exhilarating, frightening, and possibly most importantly a wonderful dream, one that I should very much like to return to when I am able. I cannot begin to express my deepest gratitude for your every minute, every breath spent here with me, indulging my modest imagination. Your support means so much to me, and the kind words you have shared about my work has only motivated me to continue doing what I love doing best.

So what now — first of all I suppose I ought make it clear that I have no intention of abandoning this project altogether. Whatever I've posted will stay up, and I will continue to post periodically if time should ever permit my pen to move. Otherwise I shall be given entirely to other projects, some of which are admittedly mundane, but most of which I can't wait to share with you! Till then, my friends, thank you, and God Bless your every endeavour!

Carissa S.
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SOCIAL MEDIA THINGS:

I THINK I'VE GOT THESE NEW FANGLED CONTRAPTIONS FIGURED OUT…


Current Project:

… Why do we seek this ‘purpose’, why do we not look to build our own, one which satisfies ourselves and best fulfils our own hopes and dreams? And though this thought was answered I have yet to form an opinion of it, for it was said to me that “the consequence of selfish will is too often borne by the innocent, and shall surely return in the last of your days to haunt you — that you could have ever possibly conceived of yourself wise enough to make your own will, when all lays in the hands of that which is greater and beyond all things.”…

 — Lt5, LTC. CS