Marion’s Hideaway returns after a (much longer than anticipated) hiatus! Since it’s been a very long while, and I’ve gotten many new followers since I last updated, I’ll fill you in on what this is.
Marion’s Hideaway is a story I’ve been working on for about two years now. It started as a completely ridiculous tale created from me and a few friends playing the “Story Game”, where you go around and create a story together. It’s just fantastic. I really believed in the story though, and I took it, refined it a bit, and started writing. However, the story has changed tremendously since then. I took my new imagining for this story and started writing it on Wattpad, a wonderful site where you can write your stories, as well as read other people’s works.
Anyway, you can read the latest chapter here.
Want to start from the beginning? Just click here.
This one’s a tad late, but nonetheless, here it is! A new chapter of Marion’s Hideaway!
Turns out Uruthyn’s Hottest Volcano is really a steamy sauna where all the hippest Uruthynians go to chill out. Too bad Marion is such a self conscious weeaboo, right?
We walked out and observed our surroundings. We were inside the volcano, but there really weren’t many volcano-y things to look at. No lava, or death. You know, typical Mount Doom stuff.
You can read the full chapter here.
New to my book? Well, if you feel like it, you can start right now! Just click here!
It’s Hideaway Wednesday so here’s another chapter of Marion’s Hideaway!
Marion and Tuck find themselves riding an elevator up a volcano (totally normal, right?) and why not take advantage of this free time by bonding a bit!
The Uruthyn Times states, “The most enthralling elevator ride of the decade. Buckle your seat belts for maximum eyegasm, because this chapter will make love with your pupils.”
Here’s a little snippet to get your attention:
Sure enough, the elevator was air-conditioned. Tuck clicked a button marked “Ascend” and our trip began. I leaned against the wall and wiped my boots on the carpet, making a muddy mess out of what would’ve been a decently attractive facility.
Read the full chapter here!
Haven’t started yet? Well what are you waiting for?! Click here to start now!
Update: This is the last chapter that you’re gonna get for a while. I’m gonna be really busy come the next couple weeks or so, and I just can’t focus on writing for the novel at the moment. I’ll try as hard as I can to pick it up again soon.
It’s Hideaway Sunday, and you know what that means! A new chapter of Marion’s Hideaway!
Marion and Tuck find them selves trekking through really dark catacombs armed only with a single torch, rhymes, and Marion’s sword, of which she has yet to use for stabbing. Will the odds ever be in their favor?
Bang! It made impact with an object we couldn’t see, however, we didn’t need to see it to hear its growling. “Uh, Marion?” I could see Tuck sweating like crazy under the torchlight. “Yeah?” I responded with a nervous tone. “Never do that again, please.”
Read the full chapter here.
Haven’t started yet? You can start here.
I’m a little late on the update, but no matter! Here’s a new chapter of Marion’s Hideaway!
Marion has gotten herself into quite the predicament, and it’s up to Tuck to set things straight! Will Marion and Tuck escape with all their internal organs? Read to find out!
I tried to squint through the harsh darkness, but to no avail. I heard movement around me and voices spoke in a hushed whisper. “Someone has entered our domain.” I heard one say, “No one leaves alive.”
You can read the full chapter here.
Haven’t started my book yet? Well, gee, what are you waiting for?! Click here to start now!
I’ve finished my work on the first chapter of Marion’s Hideaway! The story begins with our protagonist feeling a little sickly, but why? To read, just click here.
Here’s an excerpt:
My eyes opened wide, the salt of the water tingling them. “Why does that sound so…”, I paused, “Why does that sound so familiar?”. I tried to dig through my brain, find where I might’ve said that before. I thought harder, and harder, and strangely, the warmth of the water began to fade, replaced with cold emptiness. I was no longer submerged in comfort, but in a broad landscape of nothing.
You can show support by voting it up on Wattpad, sharing, and leaving a comment telling me what you think! I’ll begin work on Chapter 2 soon!