Sorry this is a little late! I procrastinate until last minute…

Anyways, I used all three prompts! This story I wrote will be continued for the next challenge. Go team Half-Blood! In honor of our team, this is a PJO fanfic.  😉

Ever since I was young, I had been able to see the monsters. Sure, I sound like a schizophrenic. But trust me, you shouldn’t even try to understand. Your mind isn’t capable of comprehending the truth that is hidden under the Mist. 

My name is Hadley Peters. And this is Everything I wanted to say but Never Did. 

I walked through the forest, my eyes widening in curiosity. I wanted to go on adventure, to find a secret place in the woods that would be my safe place. A place I could go to escape all my troubles. Where I could be away from the monsters. 

The monsters were in all different forms, from people-like demons to dragons, to a beast with a lion’s body with the head of a vampire woman. No, I can’t explain what they are or where they come from. But I do know that I’m the only one that can see them. 

I entered a clearing, and beamed when I saw a beautiful garden before me. Lush bushes with flowers perched among their branches frame the marble statue of a Greek woman bending over to tend the flowers. Pillars rise up around it and hold up a delicate roof to the gazebo. I smiled and stepped forward. 

I decided to sit down near the statue and begin writing in my journal. I could never tell anyone else about the monsters. They wouldn’t be able to understand. Sometimes, I cry myself to sleep wishing there was someone who understood me. For once everything is peaceful. But not for long. 

The sound of a bloodthirsty screech snaps me back into my surroundings. An enormous beast slithered into the garden, wrapping itself around the gazebo. It had scales and the body of a large snake. It’s fork-shaped tongue hung out of it’s open mouth and acidic saliva poured out onto the grass, scorching a patch of land. 

I screamed and fled, grabbing my sword from the hedge where I had thrown it. Don’t ask where I got the sword. Let’s just say I started fencing as an excuse to get the weapon. 

I grasped onto the hilt and faced the reptile. It looked at me with menacing eyes and I lunged forward to stab it in the neck. It screeched and I took the chance to run. 

I ran without knowing where I was going, but I eventually made it to a bus stop. A bus pulled over on the curb and I jumped in and headed toward the back. Hopefully I had slowed down the monster a bit. I glanced around. The bus was packed. But what I saw made me fear for my life. The three rows in front of me were all filled with demon monsters. Right on cue, there all turned to stare at me with their beady eyes. I was trapped. 

To Be Continued 

Jacklyn Brooks ~AGPS~

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The Pen-pal Journey of Mya and Sam {COLLAB W/ Sam}

Hey! Today I’m posting a collab by me and the lovely Sam!

In the P.O.V. of Sam

I opened up the random generator on my computer, and copied all the names of my contest entries into the program. Whoever’s name was randomly chosen when I pressed ‘Generate Winner’ would be the winner of my contest.

I sucked in a breath and pressed generate. I squeezed my eyes shut and then opened them to see who the winner was.

“Hey, the winner is Mya!” I exclaimed. We had been blogging friends for a few months, but I hadn’t expected her to be chosen.

After emailing her to get her address, I hurried to address an envelope with her name. I was very excited, because this was my first time hosting a giveaway!

I dropped a small note that I wrote into the envelope and hesitated before adding Twila’s signature at the bottom.

And finally, I put in the dress she had won.

Then, I went to put the envelope in the mailbox, not realizing what a journey this one letter would bring.


One week later

One week later, I ran into my room with a smile on my face. I had received a letter from Mya in return, and was excited to see what it said.

I plopped down on the floor and got ready to read it.

I read the letter and smiled. Getting mail from an online friend was pretty fun!

I wrote a letter in response, asking the question, “Do you want to be pen-pals?”.

Finally, I finished the letter and sent it off.

I decided to tape her letter on the wall, and if she wanted to be pen-pals, I would display her letters there.

Just a week later, I received a letter in the mail from Mya. She wanted to be pen-pals! I smiled. I had a real pen-pal!

After being pen-pals for over two years, we took our friendship to another level and began filming videos of ourselves opening each other’s packages and letters.

“Thanks for the package, Mya!” I said. Then I stopped the video.

I uploaded the video to my laptop and emailed it to her.

To this day, two years later, we still send each other letters, emails, and videos. We hope to meet up this summer, and our lives have been changed by this friendship that began with two girls who loved blogging about their dolls.

Did you like it? This is the story of Samantha and I’s friendship! Check out her blog for the next part!