He was startled awake by the sound of a deep inhuman growl. The ground shook, jolting him to stand upright.
By: Kadence Petersen and Breanna Dollens
“No no it's not your fault. I'm sure I just left it in my room.” Rising I said, “I'll be back.”
Shutting the door, and motioning for the guards not to let anyone in. I started walking through the hallway, when the sound of paper being folded and a silky voice said, “You should really be more careful where you leave your blueprints. Anyone could just sneak in and take them.” I heard a rustle of clothes then nothing.
By: Emilee Farrens
The air was crisp around me. I could feel my baby hairs on the back of my neck blowing around with the wind, and it somehow calmed me. I felt like a disaster, like the thunder in a storm. I wanted to cry, to scream, to do anything at this point, but I couldn’t.