The Brightest Firefly- A short Story

I stare at the stars, lying down on my blue sleeping bag.

The stars twinkle, as if they are twinkling just for me.

Goodnight” The sky whispers

“Goodnight” I breathe.

My baby sister, huddles next to me.

“Can we catch fireflies?” She asks me softly.

I nod, picking up the glass jar that sat next to me.

Fireflies fly all over the place, me and my sister chase them. Each time we catch one a big smile grows on my lips.

My sister and I run in the moonlight, full of joy and happiness.

My sisters eyes a big and bright one, She leaps and tries to catch it. I carefully lift her up so that she is within reach. We catch every one of them. Leaping high, towards the sky. Giggles and Laughter filling the air.

And we catch the brightest fireflies…

THE END

The Chronicles of Evie and Scarlett

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Hello, my friends! I am writing a book series! I am super excited to share this with you guys! I have started many stories, but I have never actually finished them! I have been thinking awhile about what I should write about, I was going to write a Fantasy-Sci-fi series, but everything I thought about already existed. So I decided maybe I could write a Christian romance series for preteens and teens, (I have a knack for romance, yet I don’t read romance, but I do think about romance sometimes…so yeah) Anyways, I thought that maybe I won’t rush into the romance, but later in the series it will have some slight romance. Then I thought, maybe I can just forget about romance and write those novels later and just do something that will take girls interest away from boys and not act boy crazy (I’m not boy crazy at all, I just make up a lot of romance stories with my original characters.) Anyways, I think during preteen and teen years girls should focus on growing closer to God and finding out what their true interests are. Learn new things and try new things that are okay with your parents. So, here I am rambling when I could have just said, I am writing a book for preteens and teens about these two best friends who go on adventures in everyday life.

Wow, Ava. That’s a nice big paragraph you have there.

Okay now, let’s meet the main characters.

Meet Evie Parker:

Evie is a clever 12-year-old girl who just finished 7th grade. She is the oldest of 8 children and is homeschooled by her really cool mom. Evie is bubbly and artistic and always has an idea that usually turns into trouble. Evie loves to read and write novels. She also loves to write poetry and usually submits her work into magazines and contests.

Meet Scarlett Luther:

Scarlett is a feisty 13-year-old girl, who is a rebel at heart. She loves archery and swimming, she also enjoys pranking her brothers. Scarlett is homeschooled and lives with her parents and two older brothers. She loves reading mysteries and hopes to solve a mystery of her own. She does huge experiments in her garage which usually turns into a catastrophe. She also likes to babysit younger children.

Summary of book one:

12-year-old Evie Parker is super excited when she wins the National Youths Poetry contest, plus when she finds out that the award ceremony is in the UK, one of her favorites countries and that she is riding a plane there all by herself. When she meets Chimere a talented poetess and artist she becomes inspired and strives to inspire someone else. But when Chimere leads her astray, Evie is tempted to follow.                                  Will Evie have the strength to resist temptations?

 

If you would like to sign-up to review my book, contact me here;

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Are you interested in reading my book? Do you have any writing tips? Comment Down Below!

 

Have a wonderfully blessed day!

Ava

Yellow Balloon

I run in the grass,

My bare feet tickle each blade.

My yellow balloon follows me,

Bobbing back in forth in the air.

The yellow sun shines upon me,

leaving the air humid and damp.

My yellow balloon is ready to leave,

I want it to stay.

I cling tighter to the string,

My grip firm, yet gentle.

My yellow balloon tugs harder,

I know what I have to do.

I gently let go of the string,

“Goodbye Yellow Balloon…” I breathe

My yellow balloon bobs up into the air,

I wave and smile.

“Goodbye, my friend…” I whisper up to my balloon in the sky.

“Goodbye…”

 

Lost In Dreams Poetry Contest

Hey there! I decided to host a poetry contest!

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It is called the lost in dreams poetry contest, Up there is the Award that the winner wins.

All you have to do is write a poem about dreams or dealing with dreams. Here are the rules.

  1. No copying
  2. No crude or vulgar language
  3. Try not to make the poem overly gory.
  4. Last, of all have fun, and unleash your creative juices!

The three selected winners receive the award above, a shout out for three weeks, a follow ( if I haven’t followed you already), and the first place winner receives an interview.

Please enter the poem in the form below, if you do not have an email account, then you can post it. Please comment down below if you are going to enter, and when you have entered.

The deadline is July 20. Have fun!

If you have any other questions you can comment down below!

 

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“Not all those that wander are lost”- J.R.R Tolkein