Readers Choice: Story Ideas

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Readers Choice: Story Ideas

Status: Finished

Readers Choice: Story Ideas

Miscellaneous by: Cera Seren

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Miscellaneous by: Cera Seren

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Time for a readers choice!

Summary

Time for a readers choice!

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Submitted: November 25, 2012

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Submitted: November 25, 2012

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ATTENTION READERS

So, I've seen a couple of other people do this readers choice type of thing and I think it's a great idea. Instead of me deciding what I want to write, I let you people decide what you want to read. So here are some story ideas I had floating around in my brain. Please keep in mind I'm not very good at summaries :P

Story 1
Fantasy

The only thing protecting Elizabeth is the precious moonstone necklace her mother gave her on her thirteenth birthday. The necklace has been passed down through Elizabeths family for generations. It's what protects Elizabeth from the evils of the world. So when the moonstone gets cracked you can only imagine the horrid things that start happening. But there is one person who can fix the stone before all the power leaks out of it. Will Elizabeth make it to him in time?

Story 2
Murder Mystery

When you're only eight years old, you don't understand a lot of things. But when your family is murdered right before your eight year old eyes, you know revenge is what needs to happen. At least, Emi DiVega did. Now, twenty years after that fateful day, Emi is out to make the world pay. And more importantly, the man who made her loose everything she loved. After all, they say vengence is best served cold.

Story 3
Horror/Murder/Thriller type thing

Arianna just wants her life back. She wants to be a normal teenager again. Go back to the life she once knew in New York City. But most of all, she wants to be happy again. Unfortunitely that's hard to do when you have no money, no good job, and no way out.
This is not a story for the faint of heart. It pains me deep inside in a part of me I've kept locked up for years.
Enjoy.

Story 4
Literary Fiction

Nathan and Death ahve a unigue relationship. Death, being Death, Wants nothing more than to extinguish Nathan. But insteadhe was sent to protect him. Weird right? Nathan hates having Death breathing down his neck. It's like he can't even take a shower without being watched. But he's soon to learn that having Death as an ally isn't such a bad thing. It's just sometimes not an enjoyable thing.

Please only vote for ONE! The one with the most votes willwin. The deadline to vote is New Years Eve (December 31st). I will still except them on New Years Day (January 1st) but they won't be taken into as much concideration as the one's that were done on time.

THANK YOU!

Vote and I'll give you a sucker ;) (Not really haha)


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