I was just re-reading my previous story on here... Aside from the obvious, and almost painful, grammatical mistakes, it wasn't too bad (in my biased opinion.) So, should I continue it or not? I promise that the painful errors and the plot will be, even if only a little, spicier. :) Just tell me if I should or not! Thanks!
Added by Jacqueline Steve on December 19, 2012 at 8:32pm — No Comments
I heard loud thumps and felt the ground shake as I woke up a little. Once the thumping stopped, I heard a warning growl and a bark. My eyes opened to find a sandy wolf, that was as big a horse, and a black one of about the same build on the edge of the trees. The black one stepped forward some when the sandy one whimpered and took a step toward me.
I knew that it was some of the guys, but I didn’t know which ones. I’ve never…Continue
Added by Jacqueline Steve on July 21, 2011 at 6:49pm — No Comments
I could hear Ash scream, even though I was down the hall and around the corner from her. Even though there were other soon-to-be mothers screaming right along with her, Ash had a very easily identifying scream. She had been in labor for almost three days straight before the doctor declared that the baby was ready. She was so doped up on pain relievers that she even started to talk to rainbow unicorns that were sitting with her. Now, almost…Continue
Baby Born Dead
The constant droning of beeps and buzzes were annoying, How did you stop these alarm clocks? I wanted to take a hammer and smash whatever was making the sound. I groaned and rubbed my head, it was throbbing. The beeps seemed to become more frantic and louder with the action. I didn’t realize it before, but the humming, a female voice, stopped suddenly. I opened my eyes to find a woman in her mid-twenties in a nurses’ uniform with a vase of…Continue
I started to regain my consciousness little by little, but not nearly enough. My body was now numb and throbbing. It was almost as if my body was pulsing. My head was pounding and I don’t know if I was even awake. Maybe I was dreaming the light conversation around me. Maybe I was dreaming the light breathing right by my ear. Maybe my pounding head was making it all up. I had no way of knowing.
“You have to do this, Uwe. You have no choice. You must…Continue
"Shut up!" The guard watching us shouted for the tenth time when he was tired of hearing our whining.
"Make us," Ash threatened.
The guard growled and stalked toward her like a graceful lion. "Or what?" He snarled as he stepped closer.
Ash just swallowed and whimpered.
"I thought I told you to shut up!" He lunged for her.
Before he could wrap his arms around her, I lifted myself up by my…Continue
I remember waking up that morning and feeling the difference. I didn't know what the difference was, but it was definetly there. There was a certian electricity to the air. I remember the eerie quietness of the house, the birds, the playground next door. It seemed that the whole world was asleep. Or dead.
I remeber walking down the stairs, calling for my mom, my sister, or my two older brothers. No one answered any of my calls. I was really worried by this point. Normally on…Continue
Chapter Six (Part Two)
I was still in shock an hour later. Was Ash and Abby alright? Were they hurt? What will happen to them? What will happen to me? How do I save them? Where are they? Questions like these were rushing through my mind, persistent, unfailing.
The Peramedics were starting to get really worried after my phone call. I began to just barley acknowledge they were talking to me. They would ask me to raise my right arm, and I'd just sit…Continue
"Yo! What up with her?" My scream has been going on for what felt like an eternity before someone finally said something. Some of the guys rushed over to check out what was going on. They peered at me with worried eyes when I finally stopped screaming.
They looked at my locker like I was. They gasped got up and shut it quickly. Two of the jocks stood with their backs to it, as if they didn't put a resistence against it, the head would…Continue
I stared blankly at the lunch table, oblivious to the rest of the noise in the cafeteria. The noise was just a hum in the background. My thoughts and fears were at the forefront of my mind. Could it really be possible? The fairytales, the myths, the legends, all true? No. It's impossible for such a thing as shapeshifting to exist.
But apperently that's what Seth and his pals do. Shapeshift. That sounds so crazy... But what…Continue
"Hey," Paul said as he approached us. "Wow, Jackie. You look hot."
"Uh, thanks?" I can't beleive he just said that to me!
Ash playfully slapped his arm.
"But you're beautiful, my own personal sun," he smiled down at her and wrapped his huge arms around her. She giggled and blushed.
"I think I'm gonna puke," Abbie gagged.
"Well, you can thank your 'own personal sun' for this," I motioned to my face.
"She's good isn't…
As i walked into school the next day, I was engulfed in gossiping teens. They asked me questions and worried I wasn't OK. I told them different. I was fine. Last night, I wasn't fine. But I soon got over that. You see, I have these two best friends. Their names are Ben & Jerry. They're really good friends of mine.
At lunch, it was worse then in the morning.
"Dude, did you cry?"
"Were you scared?"
"did you get…Continue
The roar of the plane's engine was loud in my ears. My dad was asleep beside me, snoring, and my mom was watching a romance in the seat next to him, laughing occasionally. There was absolutely nothing to do on the stupid plane. I decided to plug in my earphones again and listened to some country songs.
I was going to miss Louisiana. My friends, the burning heat during the summer, the small-town feel of the place I lived in. Leesville. One day, I…Continue