Friday, April 11, 2014

Page 626

--1st Anniversary Special (day 4/7, page 4/4)--
Chergoa set her to meditating not long after that. It wasn’t Emiliana’s first time doing so; her mother occasionally made her do it in the past as practice. The woman seemed to think it good exercise for young people. Emiliana wasn’t the only one of the Elroy children to have considered it a waste of time, but it was different now. This was the real thing.

After a while, the meditation put her in the mood to sleep, which was good because there wasn’t much left of the evening, anyway. She went to bed, a little nervous about what the next day would bring, but she drifted off soon enough.

In the morning, she readied herself for school and was displeased to find her bras had become uncomfortably snug again. This was the third time in as many months, and dammit if it wasn’t unsettling. The rest of her body wasn’t growing nearly so quickly. For once, she was grateful for living in a place where it rained all the time, because at least it gave her an excuse to wear bulky clothing.

Then again, she’d heard that boys liked large breasts, so maybe this was good? She hoped that was true, because right now, these damn things just made her feel like a freak. And worse, a lot of the other girls at school seemed to resent her, too, as if she had any control over it. Or maybe they disliked her for other reasons. She couldn’t tell anymore. After all, she wasn’t the only one going through changes. When did everything get so confusing?

Honestly, if it weren’t for her two best friends, she didn’t know what she would have done. They were so much more adult than she was--maybe not so much physically, but definitely mentally. They’d always been able to take things in stride and make light of stuff that would have bothered her. Unfortunately, though, she didn’t think she should talk to them about her latest problem. Becoming undead probably wasn’t something they were equipped to advise her about, and if they became scared of her... No, it definitely wasn’t worth the risk.


  1. she didn't think she should talk them about her latest problem.

    George. What have you done....
    Everyone knows that main female characters that aren't several years older than the protagonist are supposed to always be size a-b! It's a stereotype!
    But it's nice to see you breaking the norm :P

  2. Huh, went to make an account for commenting, and found I already had one.
    See how good your story is? It compelled me to make an account. Not many things get me to put in the effort to do that when it's not explicitly required. Also, found another typo:

    "For once, she was grateful for living in place where it rained all the time, "

  3. Yeah, she's definitely 14

  4. What the Hell kinda of stereotypical stories are you reading?

  5. let me guess... the boy name is Geofrey Rofal