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NaNoWriMo - Chapter SixChapter Six – The Gathering: Part TwoNaNoWriMo - Chapter Six by ~SquiddlePrincess
After she parted ways with Marco and Sandy, Jenny ran home to get ready for the meeting at the beach. For all her eagerness, however, she stopped short at the door, almost afraid to go inside. Please, Jenny thought desperately, let her be home now. This was ridiculous. She'd have to just go inside. Taking a deep breath, she pushed down on the door handle. It opened; someone was home.
“Mum?” Jenny called uncertainly as she entered her house.
“Yeah?” Jenny's face spread into a wide smile as her mother came around the corner, and without pausing to think, she rain straight into her mother's arms, holding her tightly as if she would never let go.
“I missed you, Mum,” Jenny mumbled, burying her face in her mother's cardigan, which she wore all the time, even in the summer.
“Oh, I missed you too sweetheart.” Jenny's mother hugged her tightly, then loosened her hold, smiling down at her daughter.
Chapter One: The BeginningThe place where I’m currently hiding out has no internet connection which is a shame as I would have liked to have spent my final hours watching cats fall into boxes. However, I suppose a reasonably adequate way to spend my time would be by recounting the tale of how I came to be in a crummy old apartment with damp floor boards, mould stains bigger than my head and a computer from the 90s which seems impressed by the fact that it has the ability to turn on at all. Oh, I know, I could make it all fancy like some kind of story or something!Chapter One: The Beginning by ~Fistantdantalus
Chapter One: The Beginning
See? Look at that chapter title. So fresh, so original. Doesn’t it make you want to read about my heroic tale? Wait! Is there meant to be any text before the chapter title? Is that first bit considered a prologue?
You know what? I don’t care. As far as I’m concerned, I am a wonderful person and therefore, by its very definition, everything I write will be wonderful as well. We’l