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I am Druto. I have been member of this amazing community from 2010. It's been so long. I had so much fun. There are so many fictions that I have read. In beginning I used to hate it when some authors never finished the stories, some updated very slowly, the wait was agonizing and it still is. Some authors had such good stories, but when much reviews are not there they stopped writing story, which was very irritating for me. I admire those authors who keeps writing to their heart's content even though they don't get much reviews or the traffic that they deserve. I know that fanfiction is not the only thing that authors work on, they have their own life which has its ups & downs. So I wish all the writers my heartfelt wishes, may you all prosper, you get your dreams. Keep writing, keep up the good work! Whenever I was sad your work made my day and lifted my spirit.
I am grateful for every fiction that I read, those that I read now and for those that I will read. Thank you so much for putting time in writing all the fictions, I know it takes hours to even write one page and its time consuming. The way you transport us in the timeline, all the little details, characterization and everything which builds a story it is so much amazing.
I would also love to thank all the beta readers who corrects all the grammar and also proof read our work and also make it better for us.
Thank you all people for making this place a wonderful world.
( Copied from Write-To-You )
Even when you can’t see him GOD is there! If you believe in GOD put this in your profile
A teenage girl about 17 had gone to visit some friends one evening and time passed quickly as each shared their various experiences of the past year.
She ended up staying longer than planned, and had to walk home alone. She wasn't afraid because it was a small town and she lived only a few blocks away.
As she walked along under the tall elm trees, she asked God to keep her safe from harm and danger.
When she reached the alley, which was a short cut to her house, she decided to take it.
However, halfway down the alley she noticed a man standing at the end as though he were waiting for her.
She became uneasy and began to pray, asking for God's protection.
Instantly a comforting feeling of quietness and security wrapped round her, she felt as though someone was walking with her.
When she reached the end of the alley, she walked right past the man and arrived home safely.
The following day, she read in the newspaper that a young girl had been raped in the same alley just twenty minutes after she had been there.
Feeling overwhelmed by this tragedy and the fact that it could have been her, she began to cry.
Thanking the Lord for her safety and to help this young woman, she decided to go to the police station.
She felt she could recognize the man, so she told them her story.
The police asked her if she would be willing to look at a lineup to see if she could identify him.
She agreed and immediately pointed out the man she had seen in the alley the night before.
When the man was told he had been identified, he immediately broke down and confessed.
The officer thanked her for her bravery and asked if there was anything they could do for her.
She asked if they would ask the man one question.
She was curious as to why he had not attacked her.
When the policeman asked him, he answered, "Because she wasn't alone. She had two tall men walking on either side of her."
You're never alone...
93 Percent Of the people who read this won't repost it.
Don't be one of those people.
Believe in God and he'll always be there to protect you.
Here's the monster's first story in a nutshell:
Back in the day, many years ago, there was a kingdom where Conor's house stands now. The houses were shaded by lots of trees, and there were giants, dragons, wizards, the whole nine yards.
There was also a king, who did battle with all these creatures, during which he lost his four sons. But hey, at least he secured the kingdom.
The king was left with only one heir, an infant grandson. Even with this sign of hope, though, the queen up and died, as did the baby's mother.
So the king had to remarry, and he chose a princess, who was kind of snippy, but not the worst wife in the world.
For a while at least. Things took a turn for the worse when, two years before the king's grandson was to turn 18 and ascend to the throne, the king got sick, and people began to whisper that the princess was poisoning him.
See, the princess had magic powers. In fact, she was really an old hag, but she had made herself look young. It was all very suspect.
And when the king finally died, she became queen. At first, she ruled just as the king had, and the populace actually kind of liked her.
Meanwhile, the prince fell in love with a farm girl. The kingdom was cool with it; the queen was most decidedly not.
Her answer? The prince should marry her instead. As in, the queen. Which Conor understandably thinks is pretty gross. Like marrying your step-grandmother. Awkward, much?
So the prince and his girlfriend ran away on horseback, stopping only to sleep under—you guessed it—the yew tree.
When it's time to wake up and go get married, the prince sees that his girlfriend is dead and there's a knife on the ground. Then he sees the blood on his hands.
He decides that this was a setup: the queen had the girl murdered and framed him.
He hears the villagers coming to get revenge, but he can't run, because his horse is gone.
So the monster came to life in order to help him. He may be a monster, but he doesn't like injustice any more than the next guy.
The prince goes running toward the villagers and tells them the queen is responsible. Because the villagers like the prince better than the queen anyway, they believe him.
So they turn around and storm the castle. They grab the queen and drag her off to burn her alive.
Conor's starting to like this story—things are getting exciting.
He asks the monster if he can lend a hand with Conor's grandma, since he's kind of in a similar situation.
Hold up, says the monster. I'm not done with the story yet.
Turns out that when the villagers lit the fire, the monster grabbed the queen and saved her. He took her away to a village by the sea to live in peace.
Conor flips. How could the monster protect a murderer? To which the monster's all, um, I never said she was a murderer. The prince said she was a murderer.
This prompts Conor to ask the obvious question: so who did it, then?
Preferring to show rather than tell, the monster, with a sweep of its arms, conjures the scene in Conor's yard.
After the princess falls asleep, the prince goes to his horse, unties it from the tree, and pulls a knife out of the saddlebag. Then he smacks the horse on the butt and sends it running.
It turns out that the prince hated the queen, because she was indeed a witch. But he knew he couldn't overthrow her on his own; he needed the villagers' help.
His solution? Kill the princess, tell the villagers it's the queen's fault, and get her burned at the stake. Then he can rule forever.
Which, except for the monster-sweeping-the-queen-away part, is exactly what happens.
Conor gets the lesson: the prince was a jerk, the queen wasn't a witch after all, and Conor should be nice to his grandma.
The monster laughs. Like he would ever turn into a monster just to teach some kid a lesson in niceness. The queen was a witch, but she wasn't a murderer
That's why he saved her.
Conor's confused: who's the good guy, then?
The monster says there's really no such thing as good guys. Most people are a mixture of good and bad—like the queen. And the prince, for that matter.