A New Addition Part OneUnbroken Bond Side Story
A New Addition Part One
"Ah! My God!" Madison screamed from the long white hospital bed. "This is torture! Why?! Why would you do this to me, Spencer?!" Tears fell from her eyes in pain, ripping out another scream. Spencer was holding her left hand, letting Madison squeeze Spencer's hand as hard as she could.
"It's okay, Madison. Everything is going to be alright." Spencer said, trying to calm down his wife.
Madison angrily looked up at Spencer. "No, everything is not going to be alright! Do you know how this feels?! Do you?!" Madison snapped, before resting her head back down on the pillow.
"You can do it, Madison. I know you can. Just give another push, okay?" A male doctor sat at the end of the bed, as he looked in between Madison's legs, waiting for the sign of
Medved' Beis II- Chapter 4The village assembled en masse at the town hall immediately, crowding together and whispering anxiously in the long, dimly lit room as eyes shifted back and forth between Kaelin and Terenti's dog. Kaelin sat on a stool in a beam of cold light, illuminated like a grim trophy on a pedestal to one side of the front of the hall. Laying nearby in the light cast from a flickering candle was Dimoka the hunting dog, licking the blood from her stiff feet. Both dog and girl jumped at every unexpected sound.
"Everyone! Everyone be silent!"
The booming voice of the village priest filled the hall, and a hush descended as all turned to look at him.
"The elders will speak, now. Listen well." The priest stepped aside, gesturing to the four council members sitting in low chairs between Kaelin and Dimoka.
Asha, a broad-shouldered councilwoman whose dark grey hair was pulled into a tight bun, rose slowly to her feet and addressed the villagers with funereal stoicism.
"My friends," she began, eyes wanderi
Nellie O'Nine and the Giants 9In the morning it was Colton that woke up first. He had barley slept at all that night. Every time he felt her move on his chest she woke him up. He was too afraid that he'd roll over or something and hurt her to lose himself in sleep. He was exhausted.
The storm at stopped somewhere between three and four in the morning and he'd thought about putting her in her human bed. But he didn't want to risk waking her from her peaceful sleep so he just suffered in silence. He'd managed to sleep for about three hours but it was now eight in the morning and with the sun shining in through the window he couldn't sleep.
But Nellie could. She was still as still as a stone on his chest two hours later and Colton decided that it was time to wake his sleeping beauty up.
He sat up let gravity settle in as she sunk into his hand still pressed up against his chest. After a moment she started to stir becoming uncomfortable in her new position. When her eyes fluttered open she was staring straight into his
Midnight Revenge (Hug a Tiny Day)The rush across the neighborhood had worn Aiden out. He finally reached the house he was looking for: a two-story with off-white bricks. The lights were on, which was definitely a good sign for him. Panting, he jogged up the pathway to the door, glancing at his watch as he did so.
Fifteen minutes until midnight. He could make it, he assured himself gleefully.
Standing under the illumination of the porch light, he rapped his knuckles against the red, wooden front door. Nothing happened, so he tried knocking louder. There was an audible reaction this time; the sound of at least four muffled female voices began chattering over each other rapidly inside the house.
"Someone's at the door!" That had to be Charlotte's little voice.
"We heard it, dummy! Shush!" Veronica, being her usual snappy self.
Then came Leslie's nervous tone. "Th-That can't be him, can it?"
"Hang on, let me check." Aiden saw movement come from the living room window out of the corner of his eye. Karen's surprised face wa
Medved' Beis II- Chapter 3Snow fell with a soft, ceaseless hiss outside Terenti’s cabin door, where he stood with his hand on the scruff of his dog Dimoka's neck. His fingers clutched the dark brown fur tightly, holding Dimoka fast as the animal strained against him, sniffing the thin morning air. Normally, Terenti would let his dog go and track down whatever had aroused her curiosity, but something was different. Something was wrong.
“You smell something strange, don’t you Dimoka?” Terenti whispered, just barely louder than the snakelike murmurs of wind and snow.
Dimoka whined in response, twisting in an attempt to free herself, before she suddenly froze and pricked her ears.
Somewhere out in the white forest, distant, faint, and eerie as anything Terenti had ever heard, came the rumble of thunder.
Or... was it voices?
Terenti was all too aware of how far he was from any other people. It had taken him three days to get to this rugged hut from his central cabin, which was itself a two da
An Interpreter's TravelsStraightening her back, Celia Clark knew that now was not the time to be frightened. She had been prepared for this. Interaction between the countries was normal and expected…and someone had to do it. She had been trained for months and today was going to be her first actual run interacting. But she was still terrified. It was one thing to read the books, it was another to watch the videos. It was quite another to board the boat and actually go to the country. The land was like her own in every way, and the people living there were just like her…in hand, trunk, foot and with a little training…language. The two countries needed to interact with each and their needed to be a few brave souls every year who would visit this country.
“Are you nervous?” one of the other interpreters asked Celia. He was young, like her, probably not even twenty-years old. His sandy blond hair blew in the sea air and he g
Take Me Home: Wesley (Hug a Tiny Day!)Wesley grabbed his necklace, letting a tear fall to the floor of the box. He'd never see her again, all because of these damned giants... and now he'd probably suffer the same fate. Stuck inside the box, he sat in the corner and hugged his knees. Well... maybe if it was male he'd have a chance at least. If it was another female giant though... he shuddered at the thought. His heart nearly jumped out of his throat when he heard the door open, making him squeeze his eyes shut. He couldn't be another pet, he wouldn't.
"Oh!" Katrin burst out as she opened the door and her eyes fell on the tiny box in front of her. "Sis?" She called back into the house. "Did you order something?" It wouldn't have surprised her if she did; her older sister Rakel was always ordering new things for work. She didn't want to disturb her, but there was a small chance that the box was "Can I just bring it in?"
"Do whatever you want Katrin...I'