It was the first day of classes. She could always tell when it was the first day of school. Even when alive she believed you could feel the energy in the air. As a spirit your entire world and existence was based on the shifts in energy. She ebbed and flowed from the Fade, that… Continue reading Episode 8: Awakening
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A/N: Hey Simmers, I managed to squeeze in another entry into the amazing and completely addicting Monthly SimLit Short Story Challenge. This month I was seriously missing my #BuildNewcrest Legacy family, the McGinnises, because I have been spending an absorberant amount of time with Spirit Guardian while the inspiration lasts so I decided to do… Continue reading MSSSC September Entry: Seeds of Innocence
Meg was dreaming. She must be. The room was cast in shadows of purples and silver. And although she was standing beside the bed, she could also see herself laying on the bed covers kicked away behind her. She could almost feel her pillow under hear head, and she could make out the sound of… Continue reading Episode 6: In Shadows
The rain was unexpected. Then again, Meg frowned as she pushed her wet bangs out of her face, nothing had been what she had expected since she started her university. These past few days she had found exploring the campus on her own had become a past time. It was certainly better then sitting in a… Continue reading Episode 5: Forever Lost
Do you know the definition of a folly? I didn't. Until we met. Before that, I lived my life in the office. I brought lunch just so I could work through break. That day, I spilled my lunch on the ground, the whole system was down and the paper copies were disorganized. I ended up going to… Continue reading MSSSC April Entry: Life’s Folly
“I’m Adrien. Who are you?” Meg could only stare at him for a moment before she regained herself. “You’re Adrien… Cordoza?” He nods slowly, a quizzical look on his face. “How is that possible? There was a vacancy, they said, and here’s the name of your roommate but it was never stated—I mean I assumed—That… Continue reading Episode 4: Dean’s Address
“…sewa…” The word was echoing through her mind. Even as she tried to shake the dream and to focus on something, anything, else. Shaking her head, she snapped the textbook she was staring at closed. She had been staring at the same sentence for the last five minutes and it was time to admit to… Continue reading Episode 7: So it’s True…
THEME: Use the word Whinge WORD COUNT: Up to 500 max SCREENSHOT REQUIREMENT: min 3 to max 5 DEADLINE: 31 August 2019 @ Midnight PST A/N: And I am back with another short story. Miraculous, she does it three months in a row! I was inspired to use a family that some of you may notice is from… Continue reading MSSSC August Entry: Care to Whinge
Once a star fell in love with a boy... This is the story of their cross universe love and the power of a single wish.
The weather was hot in Oasis Springs. Kneeling in what little shade was available near the rocks and lavender beside a small wedding arch, Hunter wiped at their brow and looked down at their Nikon camera, double checking the settings. This was far from the fanciest wedding that they had been hired for but it… Continue reading MSSSC June Entry: No Take Backs
The Simself Hall was bustling with people. On all the floors, dorm room doors were flung open, boxes were piled around the doorways or inside the main living area. Some were marked 'clothes', 'computer' and one, that Meg raised an eyebrow at, was marked 'To Leave Alone' in dark, thick sharpie pen with three underlines.… Continue reading Episode 3: …Adrien!?