"Once upon a time, I met a prince... the Prince of Nigeria. Throughout his lovely poetry and wonderful serenades of emails, I couldn't help but fall in love with him. Too bad falling in love with a prince isn't all flowers and bunnies as fairytales claimed - we were playing a dangerous game of passion, wildfire and strife. What awaited us both was a story of heartbreak, of tragedy, of broken romance, and deer droppings..." RE: Prince of Nigeria is a crack comedy about a girl who falls in love with the perpetrator of a commonly known Nigerian internet scam.
Feb 24, 2013 • 40 minutes • 6,000 words • All ages
"I'm sorry for everything." Ribbon of Green focuses on hope, strength and friendship within this competitive world of nothing but survival of the fittest and elitism. In a society like this, if you lose hope, nobody would help you. It will be all over. This is the story of two female students who strived to survive in such a system. The system where the 'elite' students are treasured and well-maintained, while the rest are simply left behind, with no hope to the world...
May 12, 2013 • 30 minutes • 5,000 words • All ages
Hung on a piece on thread in the foyer, a bamboo scroll lists six golden rules which every Minamoto family clan member must follow. "You must not let any strangers into the house. If you spot any strangers loitering around the property, alert us immediately. Never tell strangers where we are hiding. Don't accept things from trespassers. Never, I repeat, never talk to those of the Taira family. Got it? Don't trust the Taira Clan." Minamoto no Ryouji, a 12th-century Japanese boy of the Minamoto clan read those rules, and knew them all by heart. Never in his life would he even dream of breaking even one of them. That is, until that one day he met a girl named Yuki in the heart of the winter fields.
Mar 03, 2014 • 30 minutes • 8,000 words • Ages 13+