AbbyCat

United States

Hi, I'm Abby! I hope you enjoy reading something I've written :)
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AbbyCat (United States) published:

Two Thousand Years Later

PROMPT: Novel Writing Competition 2020

    Most people don't realize that the world could be destroyed tomorrow. Today, tomorrow, a week from now, a year from now, a hundred years from now, humans will be capable of wiping out their own race. There are thousands of ways it could happen, too. My favorite is nuclear war. A bunch of countries could literally just blow each other up. One second your living a peaceful life as a fifteen-year-old boy, the next second your bedroom is in flames,...

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AbbyCat (United States) published:

The First Things

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    When I was little my dad would tell me stories about how the first things came to exist in the world. He would tell me the stories of the first smoothie, the first skis, the first boat, and so on. Every night I would sit in my bed and beg him to tell me more. At school I would re-tell them to my friends who quickly became entranced with them. Soon we were making up our own stories about the...
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AbbyCat (United States) published:

goodbye

PROMPT: Six-Word Story

i've said goodbye to many times.

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AbbyCat (United States) published:

Tiny Love Story

PROMPT: Flash Fiction Competition 2019

    My pointer finger aimlessly draws swirls in the frost of the window. I look at the trees passing to fast to count, the stars above them twinkling in the setting darkness. His knee bumps mine.
 
    I pretend not to notice and keep drawing. I turn my head, and our eyes lock. I suddenly sit up to ‘get something out of my backpack pocket’. Back again. His knee bumps mine.
 
    I turn my head to the window. My swirls...

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