Kthrasher5

United States of America

I'm Kayla; a YA who loves to read & write MG Fiction.
I Live for Jesus cause he Died for Me.
I love A LOT of things so lets not get into that...
Homeschooled. Eldest Girl. One Brother. Three Dogs. Two Cats. Actually a Unicorn.

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I’m here to strengthen my writing skills by entering competitions, participating in prompts, and learning from others.
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“There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you.” — Maya Angelou

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The Rocket That Could Take Me Everywhere

PROMPT: Flash Fiction Competition 2019

T-minus one minute until launch.
Those words always sent my heart racing.
For years I had been an astronaut, exploring a universe that never stopped expanding, cataloging and visiting a new planet almost everyday. 
Today, I had to revisit one of the younger planets. Only a year old, I didn't know enough about it to give it a name, but I needed to check if it was still thriving. 
I stepped into the rocket and melted into the bed-like seat,...
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