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I paced about my dorm, clothes and various items strewn about. Organization was not my forte, and since no one else was going to sleep in my room, what was the point? The sunlight streaming from the window was a stark contrast to the dark thoughts roaming my mind. Why was my mother at school? It wasn’t like…[Read more]
“So, Daniel,” Hel’s voice sliced through the clock’s ticking. “I’ve heard you’ve been having some…issues.”
I scowled. Of course. Now that I’m causing trouble for other people she’s concerned. Storian forbid she actually care about any of my problems.
“What are you now, my therapi…[Read more]
Holy Cow you are a really good writer! I am really diggin this story!
Wow, this is cool! I love Hel as a character and as a god. I had no idea that this was related to the Norse myths!
Can I ask: are you going to add any more Norse characters or characters from other myths and legends? It’s just that I’m really interested in things like that, especially Norse, Greek and Roman.
Most likely. I do love mythology—I know Greek the best, but Norse fascinates me—and folklore (the more absurd the better!), and try to work it in when I can to a lot of my stories. (I’ve been on here for 4 years now, so I’ve had a lot of opportunities to 😉 ). Yes, I believe more references to Norse mythology will be made, especially during…[Read more]
Also, if you would like to read the entire story, it can be found @bostonhorsez2 under favorites! (The newest ones are at the top, and all the chapters are in order)
“Now. Both of you. Go back to your dorms.” Dovey commanded, looking over her nose at us.
“Professor? There are three of us-”
“Pardon me, Angelica. You and Cassian. Shoo.”
I watched as they exited the office, heart thumping as I processed what had just happened. Danny was gone, and, while Dovey explained why he…[Read more]
As soon as I stepped back into Dovey’s office I saw that Danny was gone.
I felt my face pale.
“Where is he?” I demanded, clutching at my hair.
“Would you all like some water? You must be thirsty from all the trouble you’ve been causing.”
Westina shook her head, and Cassian nodded vigorously.
Even though Westina waited only a bridge away, it felt like the longest bridge I had ever taken. My adrenaline was pumping, blood running at the prospect of seeing her again.
Then again, I had to rescue her with Angelica. So much for being a daring prince.
There’s nothing wrong with her, really. She and I…[Read more]
Dovey paced back and forth behind her desk, her hands clasped behind her back and her lips pursed.
It was dead silent other than Dovey’s furious mumbling.
I gazed at the ceiling and wondered how much longer this could go on. Dovey’s heels squeaked on the tile as she swiveled to face us.
“Could one of…[Read more]
Hey, maybe quality over quantity is better. I find your chapters to be longer and better than mine. Anyways, great chapter!!! I’m so excited for how the story will write out, until I realize I’m supposed to write out the next part… then I get nervous!!
“Angelica! Open the door this instant!”
I rolled off the bed, my body hitting the floor with a thud.
“Mother of—“ I yelped, whacking my head on the bed frame as I attempted to stand.
Kash ran around me in cirlces, whining.
“Angelica!” The voice I now recognized as Dovey’s sounded again.
Angelica and I s…[Read more]
I didn’t sleep at all last night, which was unlike me. I’m usually a very heavy sleeper. I should know. My mom used to slap me across the face with her hair whenever I didn’t wake up on time.
That’s besides the point.
Westina was in Evil, and I would never see her again. Except for at lunch. And forest…[Read more]
Westina was gone. Out of my life forever, and hopefully out of Danny’s as well. No more worries, no more competition. Even now, I felt a satisfied smile curl my lips as the thought crossed my mind.
I rolled over to look at Danny, who had been sleeping much better now that Westina wasn’t in Good. Befor…[Read more]
When I spotted the girl with a broken heart and copper eyes, my heart weeped for her.
She was hurting. Indefinitely.
I slowly approached Westina.
“You- Westina, we shouldn’t’ve come here,” I started. I didn’t care if Danny or Angelica heard me. I was speaking to Westina, not them.
She seemed almost…[Read more]