Get tangled and lost in a book!
You'll get out... eventually.
You'll get out... eventually.
Note: Old stories may not be continued, at least for a period of time
Chapter Twenty-Six: In Which The Oracle Stops By
Flake woke up. He looked at the soft blue color of the ceiling of his room. Strange. He could have sworn that he was in another kingdom doing something important… no. Probably just a dream.
He sat up. Everything in his room looked the same. The side desk was tidy, the closet was shut. The window displayed darkness, so it must still be the night. Why would he wake up in the middle of the night? Flake yawned again and slid under the covers. Maybe he should just go back to sleep…
Chapter 3: Facility
“Connor,” Michael said sitting in the passenger seat of the car. “You’re not messing with me right?”
Connor turned to him “I wish I was.”
“But how? Where did this come from?” Michael said shaking his head.
“We don’t know! We have many theories but none of them hold up.” He sighed “Heck, we think it might come from extraterrestrial origins.”
Chapter Twenty-Four: In Which They Venture Into The Coral Kingdom And Chief Ripple Gets Ticked Off
It felt like the bubble was going to pop at any moment. As Flake felt the surface of the bubble, it seemed really thin, like if he stuck a finger through it, it would disappear. He didn’t dare try.
Outside the bubble was quite a sight. As the bubble went lower and lower, Flake could see a whole underwater world develop under him. Near the surface, there was nothing, but the deeper it was, the more signs of life appeared. Fish of all different sorts swam everywhere, weird colored plants and coral thrived on underwater rocky cliffs. Rose oohed and ahhed at everything, which reminded Flake too much of Snow. She would have loved this sight.
The Snowflake Chronicles is taking a short break today in order to introduce you to the new series, Prion-X! It is a story about Michael Crichton, author of Jurassic Park, and how he survives a zombie filled adventure! Be sure to check it out below! -Kaylee
This is a fictional story about Michael Crichton, author of Jurassic Park, survives a zombie filled adventure! More info on the post below. (Mashup Story LA 7th)
Chapter 1: Morning
Early September 1989
Michael Crichton woke up, tired and weak. He got up and checked the time. It was 6 A.M. He walked to the kitchen. Michael figured that he should eat breakfast first. He opened a cabinet quietly, he didn’t want to wake Taylor. Michael shuffled through the boxes looking for his favorite cereal. Finally he found his half full box of Honey Bunches of oats. He placed the box on the table and searched for a bowl and spoon. After he poured milk into the cereal filled bowl. He munched quietly in the dark dining room, pondering about what he was going to do in his novel. After he finished he placed the bowl in the sink, leaving the kitchen and heading towards his office room.
So far, the Stories page had only the Snowflake Chronicles, but that is about to change! Another Media Club member, Jorge D., has written a short story called Prion-X that is a fictional story about Michael Crichton, author of Jurassic Park, and how he survives a zombie filled adventure! This story will appear weekly, with two chapters per week. Be sure to look for it!
Chapter Twenty-Three: Out Of The Woods, Into The Water
On the path to the Coral Kingdom, there wasn’t very much talking, or in Rose’s case, thinking about talking. Rose kept on running through the forest without hesitation, and it seemed wrong to break that sort of concentration. Occasionally, to break the uncomfortable silence, Flake would try to strike up a conversation, but eventually it died off.
Sorry, I can't post the Snowflake Chronicles today! I can't post tomorrow or Monday either. I just have a lot of things to do and I need time to write more material. I will be posting Wednesday, though!
Chapter Twenty-One: In Which Flake Gains A Sidekick
When Rose saw Colden riding out of the village, she had a sudden urge to go with him. Helping him find his sister- it seemed like a good cause, better than anything she’d do at the village. Maybe she’ll do what those people did in stories, just follow him until they were far enough from the village so he couldn’t bring her back. She could easily keep up with a trotting horse, even through the forest.
Chapter Nineteen: In Which Alder Makes A Request And Probably Has An Ulterior Motive
Alder’s home was warm and comfy, with plush leather chairs and a blazing hearth. However, Flake couldn't enjoy it as Alder dragged him into the room and pushed him on the sofa. Then he sat on the sofa opposite of Flake and faced him with a smile that didn’t look very genuine.
Kaylee C. (Cow Chron. and TSC)
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