Overall, your site caused interest, despite the fact that I had to open the short stories in wordpad to be able to read them, though the overall quality seemed to only be an interlude to better work. The stories i read had some gems of great ideas, but were dissapointing due to a lack of skill. But I am sure that you can gain some with the hours that you are putting in, so good job! I would suggest practicing with 3rd POV or multiple 1st POV, but most importantly, using descriptive words. All of the stories suffered to some point or another in telling (not showing). showing helps get inside character's heads and creating a world inside the reader's heads. You have all the time in the world to create a specific style, but only after you have the range to decide on a style. (I was told this by my figure drawing teacher but I think it applies to other forms of art also). So practice writing in different styles, even if it does not seem fun.(I liked the fire one best, I thought it had the best character development, and was really the only one where I actually cared about the characters)
And the drawings were pretty good,I especially liked the shelf with the bottles on it, it had a good range of tonal values. So keep up with it.
Also the short stories page I did not find very intuitive, perhaps because I didn't actually read the explanation before clicking on links, which was dumb of me, but maybe a small icon would work better than a greek letter in this case, even an icon of a greek letter, cause on my browser all i see are I^ I+ I>> and it makes it difficult to distinguish them.
So, I liked it