Rain trickled from the sky. Patches of dirt turned to mud in seconds.
Anya ran and ran. “It’s not fair!” She screamed.
Tears streamed down her face.
“Please, oh please! Don’t make him marry me!” She prayed to the full moon.
Anya thumped down onto a log.
Her beautiful white lace dress dripped from the ends with mud.
It’s going to be terrible. The dinner tonight is going to be terrible. Anya thought.
Anya screamed as loud as she possibly could. “Why?!” She yelled.
A shadow flinched in the distance. “Who’s there?” She called out. It began running towards her. Anya shrieked and began running away. The princess tripped on her dress and fell flat on her chest. Mud splattered onto her face, and inside her dress. Her white dress went from being magnificent to being brown in two seconds.
Standing up, Anya gasped. The footsteps were nearing.
Thud Thud Thud.
Maybe this is it! Maybe, this person is trying to kill me. I’ll die and never have to marry him. Anya thought.
Anya felt someone’s arms wrap around her. She turned and saw, Antoine.
He lifted her, regardless of the mud dripping from her dress, and carried her in the baby position.
Antoine then bent down and kissed her forehead.
“Antoine put me down!” She yelled.
“It’s okay, shh.” He soothed.
Anya shuddered. Antoine must have felt her, because he took off his rain-covered sweater, and wrapped it around her.
Maybe I’ll find a way to love him. Anya thought. I hate him and all, but he is sweet.
Anya closed her eyes.
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Katie SpencerApr 4, 2023
I’m so sorry you guys, since the writing platform is closing, I can’t share my stories anymore
Just for fellow writers here, please know that if you right-click on your mouse, or click the bottom right corner of your finger pad, you will get the option to inspect. Click inspect and when it opens you should see a bunch of words and coding. The first few words you see should be your story code. If they are not, drag your mouse over the code until your writing turns blue. Then, copy (ctrl + c) and paste (ctrl + v) onto a real writing platform (Microsoft Word, Google Docs, etc.) I hope this helped you fellow writers who can’t re-write their stories in the time you have left. Disclaimer: When you paste the writing, you may see a bunch of code beside your writing. Not worry! Simply delete the codes, and there. Your story is saved.
🎐 Nay 🎐Apr 4, 2023
Hi Katie, if you want to, I’m on another writers community called the story craft cafe. It’s more of a chat forum than a sharing platform, but you can still share stories if you want.
shimmer yayaMar 3, 2023
OMG BEST BOOK EVER, CANT WAIT TO READ MORE!
🌸 Nay 🌸Mar 3, 2023
This is really good!
Josephine WaldmanMar 3, 2023
Thanks Nay!! Quick question, are you able to change your username for this website?
🌸 Nay 🌸Mar 3, 2023
Not your @ username, but if you go to account settings on your profile, you can change it there.
Katie SpencerMar 3, 2023