Hey my wonderful booksie readers!
So, recently I've been working on this story called "The Day The Sun Rose In The World That Never Existed" (In The World and on is subtitle, I know it's a really long title...), and I was wondering if you guys would be interested in it so I would know that if I published it onto booksie I'd have __ devoted readers actually reading it. Please get back to me, as this just might be a new book that I plan to publish once I get my other (what, 6?) novels published...
(this is a REALLY bad and rough outline of the story...)
Zoey (7), Ava (15), and Ethan (18), are all siblings, and about 4 months to half a year ago, Ethan and Ava created a magical world. This world, under certain circumstances, would truly somewhat exist, just in another dimension. There were certain 'rules', you might say, that said that your world would become part of the lifeline of those who had created it. One of the most important rules that the two were willing to face was that if something happened to your world, since your world would be part of you, something just might happen to you. Therefore, if it, dies, you die, or at least, cease to exist. Dispite these circumstances, Ava and Ethan are willing to take on the challenge of making their own world because a) who on earth wouldn't? b) it would be fun! and c) they were trying to prepare another world that humans could possiblylive in, in case the Earth exploded or something. But then Zoey gets involved, so all three of the siblings' lives were put to risk - which Ava and Ethan didn't want to happen, because that would mean leaving their parents with no other children.
Something's going on in their world; the sun is getting smaller and lower every time Ava sees it in her dreams, which isn't supposed to happen. They had made the sun never set unless said otherwise. They had made the sun the main focus point, and without the sun, their world wouldn't be abl to survive, much like ours. Because of how vital the sun was, Ava, Ethan, and Zoey, knowing that they couldn't possibly keep any Evil from work, chose Seven Sun Protectors, also known as the Gaurdians, or the Strong Sun Seven. The leader, Eli (pronounces Ellie), was to pick out the other 6, but all of them were stolen and hidden in multiple places of the trio's world. So the confusion alerts all the three's attention, and they all must go on a thrilling adventure to save all 7 Gaurdians, all before the sun shrinks and sets for good, because after that, that's just the end.
I hope you guys like it!
Actually, why not, here's a small sneak peek....
What time was it? Ava couldn't tell. It was to dark to tell - yes that was it. TOo dark to tell. It had to be at least midnight - that was when she had fallen asleep. There wasn't any clock in her room, but why not? Ava brushed her chocolate brown hair out of her eyes. Her brilliant blue eyes, no doubt about that. Ava shivered. The cold was trickling down her spine like ice cold water.
Ava turned towards the window - a gentle, rather cold wind was blowing the cutrains back. Ava rose out of bed and shut the window. Zoey must've left it open last night. Zoey must've woekn Ava up. Or was that just the cold January air?
Zoey was sleeping on the top bunk, as usual. Half her blankets were hanging off the bunk. Ava sighed and slimbed up the ladder to fix Zoey's blankets. Little, tiny, fragile, headstrong Zoey.Zoey was almost nine years younger than Ava, who was fifteen.Zoey was about a month away from turning seven. She resembled Ava in several ways. Age, height, and the obvious wasn't really counted - but the hair, the nose, the facial features were the same, except the eye. Dark brown eyes. Eye sthat shone like the sun. Ava fixed up her little sister's blankets, and tried going to sleep again. She couldn't, that dream... No. No thinking about it. No.
At this point Ava liked to go down to the kitchen to get hot chocolate, so Ava climbed out of bed yet again and silently walked downstairs.
The minute she flicked on the light, Ava knew somone was there. Hiding. Probably under the counter, or behind the cabinet. Ava called out. "It's only me, Ethan." Ethan grunted of relief and popped out from behind the cabinet. He was snacking on what seemed to be lemon squares. He had crumbs all over his face, but he probably knew. Chances are, he was saving them as a snack for later.
"You scared me, you know Mom and Dad would get pissed if they knew I was down here eating these... They're so addicting!" He sighed and stuffed his mouth with another cookie.
Ava grunted and crossed her arms. "They probably already know, they're just waiting for you to barf it all up in the morning." She reasoned. In return, Ethan simply ate another lemon square. Ava rolled her eyes then went into the pantry to grab a packet of instant hot chocolate. She filled up her cup with hot water, emptied the packet into the cup, and started stirring at the breakfast table. Ethan sat next to her and continued to eat cookies.
"What's up?" He asked. Ava shrugged.
"Not sure... But something's wrong. HasZoey talking about it lately? Anything at all?" Ava regretted asking, out here, just in the kitchen. Anyone could've heard.
Ethan shook his head. "Nothing. You'd think she tell everyone about i, but so far she's be pretty secretive."
"I kind of regret telling her, you know. I doubt she can keep her mouth shut forever. We shouldn't have told her." Ava stopped stirring her hot chocolate and sipped it.
"We didn't really have a choice, she would've found out anyway." He protested, starting to roll up the bad of lemon squares, or what was left of it.
Ava looked at the old cat clock in the corner of te kitchen. Half past two. She sighed and took another sip of the hot chocolate. "I'm no idiot, you know. I know there's something else on your mind... And what is that?" Ethan asked, and Ava sighed again.
"I had a feeling something was going to happen... And it is. Dreams, Ethan. Every time I go to bed they come up at least once... Something's happening. Every time it gets lower, and smaller...." Ava shuddered, not wanting to think about it.
"What's getting lower?"
Ava snickered. He wouldn't believe her, it was to rediculous. "The sun." Ethan started to laugh, but Ava shushed him. "Don't laugh, it's true. It's probably almost gone now... I don't know, maybe I'm going crazy?"
Ethan was about to unroll the bag and eat another cookie, but he stopped and smiled. "Ava," he sighed, "you helped me cerate the world. You're not any more crazy than myself."
Ava snickered. "That's not any more comforting."
I hope you guys like the sneak peek and the summary, tell me what you guys think, and if I decide to post it onto booksie I'll be sure to let those who comment know! Thanks guys!
This story is now in progress. If you liked this preview, check out the actually story on my page!
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