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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 19, 2013

    The Author Of-Howl To The Night

    Hello. I am Jade Hoard the author of Howl To The Night. It is basically about girls and a group of boys. They are werewolves. They all meet up one night at a resturant only to see other girls ad boys who have necklaces all the same with white surrounding the outside. In the middle are black claws. Me I have black surrounding the white claws. The other necklace that has black in the middle are known as The Dark. My group is known as The Light. I am living a life as a eighteen year old and my frieds and I are in danger with the Dark. There nickname Dark Wolves. They are after us because we have one of the best hunting grounds and space in the forest.*****************************************************************************
    Now I will let anybody be In the story. Let me know your character and which side you want to be on. The Dark Wolves or mine The Light Wolves. My character is going to be:
    Jade Hoard an 18 year old girl '5"8' dark brown hair and lovely emerald green eyes. Her werewolf is a creamy sugar like with green eyes also.(Hint:The wolves are big as the movie twilight wolves with Bella,Edward and Jake in it.) Tell me your description like I did and your in the story. I need 2 more girls and 3 boys for each side. After I have six characters on both sides and they are in chapter one then in chapter two more people can come in. Thanks and I hope you enjoy the Story.
    -Jade Hoard &hearts

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 19, 2013

    Howl To The Night-Part one

    It all started when I was a little girl. I was born as a regular human. One night when three I was left alone In the forest. My parents forgotten about me. One wandered for a long time not knowing where I was going. All of a sudden I heard a snarl. I stopped scared. I said softly,"Momma? Is that you?" All of sudden as like response I was knocked down to the ground. I screamed but was cut off short when a hard blow landed on my throat. I was stunned but not for long when I realised I had bite mark on my shoulder. The pain seared through my body. I screamed again. This time the wolf sat there watching me with cold blue eyes as I screamed and cried in pain. My body started to twitch. My eye sight blurred my ears tingled my mouth felt weird. Suddenly the pain was gone. The only thing I could hear was my rapid breathing. But something was different. I saw to hind legs in front of me. I looked at my side wondering If I was still alive. I looked over to see the wolf still sitting there looking at me only it's tongue was sticking out and it's lips pulled back. I realised it was happy. Only I noticed my vision was much more clear. My hearing was sharp. I rolled over and got up only to feel four legs instead of two. That's when I realised what had happend. The wolf had bit me...and made me become a wolf.***
    15 years later in CA,valencia...***
    "Well I'm off to my new house with my friend Abby dad." I could hear shuffling going on in my room. What on earth could my dad possibly be doing in there? I quietly snuck up the stairs before I quietly opened the door. I saw my father sitting on my old old bed looking around the room. I could feel a wave of sadness wash over me. I realized my dad was sad." Dad. Don't be upset. I will be ok on my own. Besides I have abby I have dawson and derick. I will visit you once and every while dad." I walked over to him and sat on the bed. I put a hand on my dad's shoulder. He turned to face me and I saw tears strolling down his cheeks." Ohh dad." I hugged him hard before kissing him on the cheek. I grabbed the last box saying good-bye to my father before putting it in my car. I got in and sighed." So did it go like I expected it?" There goes Abby. Abby been my best friend ever since elementary school. Now here we are together still friends and moving in together...with two other boys. It took me a while to firgure out that it wasn't going to be that bad living with boys. I turned on the car engine before backing out of my dad's driveway and starting my route to the house. I mean I lived with my dad for a long time. I stopped my dawson and derick's parents house. They added there box's in my car almost crushing abby and my things. I chuckled as abby groaned. She hated it when her stuff was crushed. When Abby found out that I was a werewolf she kept asking me to make her one. I kept telling her no. But i was annoyed. Finally I let her be one. But ahe told dawson and derick also. They asked and I made them one as well. My wolf was not dangerous but was very fiesty for some reason. Abby's wolf a dark brown wolf with blue green eyes was very attractive. Dawson and derick's wolves were the same. Black with amber eyes and blue eyes. As i knew the house was under my name meaning I will be the one taking care of it. As I turned on snakerocks road. I realized being on my own wasn't goig to be bad at all. As soon as I parked the car in the driveway I sighed. Welcome to your new house. Try to live it well while I still can.-Jade

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    Posted January 4, 2013

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