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Whew! I have been writing SO much lately! I wrote two whole stories plus I finished a couple, and now my brain is already thinking, “What next?!” 😀 I made a list of all of the series that I have in the works and there are 15 total!! Three of them are a trilogy that I’m making with Emma and we’ll be starting the first one REALLY soon! 😀
Speaking of series, above is a poster for The Disappearing Heirs Season 2: The Crown Reclaimed, so please feel free to print it out and hang it up in your (or your doll’s) bedroom! 🙂
I finished typing up the last few parts of The Disappearing Heirs today, and I hope you’ll join me on Saturday, March 21st to see the series finished!! I’ll be posting one part every hour and once it’s done, there will be a couple other TDH related posts! 😀
I’m so excited for all the photostory series I’ll be posting this year! It’s gonna be so much fun!! 😀
Well, I’m gonna get back to my writing. Bye for now! 🙂
To see the previous part, just scroll down a post 🙂
As we walked through the small village, a little girl with red pigtails came up to me. “Excuse me, can you help us?” The little girl asked softly and shyly. I looked around for a mother or a father, but there was no one around. “Help you with what?” I asked kindly.
Then another little girl with big blue eyes came up beside the other girl and stared up at me.
“Where are your parents?” I inquired.
The two girls glanced at each other with sadness behind their eyes. I wanted to help them, but I couldn’t if they weren’t willing to be open with me.
A young lady began walking by us and I stopped her. “Excuse me, miss, do you know these children and where they live?” I asked her.
The lady looked at the children with pity and then back at me. “They’re orphans. They have no home.” She whispered.
My heart ached for these kids. They were so young and sweet, I couldn’t imagine them living on the streets. “There isn’t an orphanage here?” I inquired.
“No. The stewardess doesn’t want to spend the money on building one. She doesn’t care about anyone or anything, except for money. They are only a couple of the orphans here, there are many more.” The lady replied.
“Well, can’t the people here pitch in some money to build one?” Monica suggested.
“Yeah, or even, why doesn’t anyone give them a place to live for now?” Corinne asked.
“No one can afford anything like that. The taxes here are sky high. Folks around here barely have enough money to buy supper for the table.” The lady explained.
Another lady walked by us and stopped, gazing directly at me. “How dare you wear clothes like that here! This is absolutely inconceivable!” The woman shouted. Then Corinne mouthed the words “You should’ve worn the dress.” at me. I just sighed and shrugged it off.
“I’ve never seen you here before. Who are you?” The woman asked with suspicion.
“Y- you’re the lost princess?” The other young lady stammered.
“Yes, I am. And I want to help restore the peace and happiness of this kingdom.” I stated with a smile.
The other woman laughed and said, “Good luck with that, dearie. The palace guards wouldn’t even let you enter the palace. And even if they did, the stewardess would deny you as the lost princess.”
“Yes, I will do everything I can.” I replied boldly.
She gave me a hopeful smile and said, “Then go. The sooner this kingdom is restored, the better.”
As I was walking past her, she stopped me. “I have to tell you that the stewardess is insanely stubborn and obsessed with ruling. She will not easily give up the throne to you.” She warned.
“Whether it’s easy or not, really doesn’t matter, because I am taking back the throne no matter what. But thank you for the warning, miss.” I said gratefully.
That’s the end of this part! Next part coming soon! 😀
“You didn’t steal them, did you?” I asked with concern. All she did was smile.
“Oh, stop, Monica. You’re fine. Besides, when some old woman saw me in my old clothes she screamed and said I shouldn’t be dressed like that. She was seriously outraged. It’s better if we try to blend in.” Corinne stated.
“Uh, I’m sorry, Corinne, but I’m not wearing stolen goods.” I said firmly.
“Well, they aren’t exactly stolen, more like borrowed off a laundry line.” Corinne pointed out. “Well, still, I’m not changing.” I stated. My mind was made up, and when my mind is made up, I don’t change it.
“You’re lucky you’re a princess, Allie. You get to do what you want.” Monica said, still annoyed that she had to wear a dress.
That concludes this part! Sorry that it was so short, but I promise that this story is gonna get very interesting 😀
“Okay, sooo… Let’s go.” Corinne said, sounding a little unsure of the looks of this place.
“Then let’s get going! We can’t just linger around.” Corinne said sternly. Although she was one my best friends now, she still drove me insane at times.
After walking for miles in the very large field, we stopped dead in our tracks. “Sooo, who first?” I asked without moving a muscle.
Corinne glanced at me and Monica and could tell that we were nervous. “Alright. I’ll go first. I guess I’ll see you on the other side.” She said with a smirk.
“THREE!” Monica yelled as she jumped head first into the portal.
I hesitantly followed after her, not knowing if I was jumping into some sort of trap.
DUN DUN DUUUUN!! Hehe! The next part will be up soon! 😀
“Oh, yeah I’m fine. Monica, Corinne, I have to go to Feorden.” I stated.
The next morning….
“Goodbye, Allie. Please keep in touch with me, okay? It won’t be improper for us to talk now that you’re a princess, too. I always knew there was a bit of royalty in you.” Katrina said with tears in her eyes. She had never spoken to me so kindly before, and I knew that she truly meant it.
“To tell you the truth, I had hoped that I could get a job with your agency, but I suppose that since I didn’t arrest the man you were after, I don’t get it, huh?” Corinne asked, her eyes disappointed.
“Everyone makes mistakes, Corinne. Even I do. I wouldn’t not recommend you to the agency just because you didn’t make an arrest. You have all the qualifications of a detective, and I would gladly recommend you.” Monica said sincerely.
“It sounds like you two are saying goodbye.” I said I stepped up to Monica and Corinne.
Then Katrina came over to our group. “Monica, why don’t you call for some other detectives to help us? You can go with Allie and Corinne and I’ll be fine with the other princesses until the detectives arrive.” Katrina offered.
We said our last goodbyes and headed on our way to Feorden. We weren’t sure what exactly lay ahead on our journey, and we carried nothing with us, but our determination, courage, and most important of all, our friendship.
That ends Part 3! Part 4 coming in one hour! 😀
Katrina instantly walked over to the princesses and introduced herself.
“We were about to come outside and suddenly he darted out the back door. I chased after him, but he was too quick. I’m sorry.” Corinne lied, but that isn’t what troubled me. I still had an unanswered question. “Monica!” I shouted and she turned quickly towards me. “You knew that he was my dad?” I asked again.
“Yes. I found out what he was looking for. I knew about the lost princess. And when you came into our hideout on that first day, I noticed your birthmark, and I knew that it was you. That’s why I was so adamant about you coming with us. I wanted to reunite father and daughter.” Monica explained.
I stood completely still with a serious look on my face. “Well, you did.” It was all I could say. I was angry that she hadn’t told me, and I lost him anyways, so her plan didn’t even work out well. I wondered if I would ever see him again…
The next part is coming in one hour so stay tuned! 🙂
I stood silent in complete shock with my mouth and eyes wide open. “Y-you’re my dad?” I stammered. Joshua nodded his head with a smile. “And, I’m a princess?” I asked, just to make sure.
“Are you kidding me? This crazy guy is your dad?” Corinne inquired.
“Yeah, he is.” I replied. “Wait a second. Is he crazy?” I wondered. “Joshu – um – I mean – da-” I began. “You can call me Josh for now.” Josh interrupted. “Okay… So, why were you kidnapping all the heirs?” I asked.
Josh looked down at his feet. “I know. I tried to find you for so long that it made me insane. I’m truly sorry. But now that you’re here, I feel like all of my craziness has left me.” He said with a smile and I managed a slight grin.
“Well, we should all probably get outside.” Corinne stated and I agreed. As I walked towards the front door with the princesses, Corinne pulled Josh aside and whispered something to him, but I couldn’t hear a word.
Corinne joined us and said, “Don’t say a word to Monica about this. Just say that he got away.” I nodded as I realized that she helped him escape so he wouldn’t get into trouble. Who knows what would’ve happened to him if Corinne hadn’t told him to go. In my heart, I was dearly thankful to Corinne for what she did.
That ends Part 1! Part two will be up in one hour! 😀
Wowie! I didn’t realize it was time to end this series already! I really hope you all enjoy this part! I got really excited about it and I know you’re excited for it, too and that’s why I’m posting it tonight! Enjoy! 😀
“There he is.” Corinne whispered as softly as possible.
“Hey, Joshua. Still looking for that notepad?” Corinne asked jokingly as we stepped over to his desk.
“Corinne! What are you doing back here? I told you to leave!” Joshua shouted.
I inhaled deeply and said, “No. Not anymore. I was adopted as an infant and now my family is gone.” I explained and turned my head away. I hardly ever talked about my family, and it hurt to mention them.
“Many years ago, in a faraway kingdom, a stable boy fell in love with a princess, and she loved him, too. Later they were married, even though the king and queen did not approve. After a few years of marriage, the stable boy, who was now a prince, had to go away for a long time to battle off their enemies.” Joshua explained, but I wasn’t understanding why he was telling me a fairy tale.
“What on earth does this have to do with answering my question?” I asked, getting frustrated.
He ignored my question and went on, “While the prince was away, the princess gave birth to a newborn girl, but the princess died shortly after her child was born. When the prince rushed back at the news of his wife and newborn daughter, he was informed by the princess’ parents, that his daughter was sent away to an orphanage and they would not tell him where. And because he wasn’t royalty to start with, they had him sent away, never to return. He was no longer a prince.”
“What are you talking about? Do you even grasp how insane you sound?” I shouted.
I’m sure you can all guess that there will be a second season and you are correct! It’ll start VERY soon! 😀
“Well, I’m not exactly coming…” I began then continued, “I want you to come with us. Monica is just in a bad mood and I have a pretty strong feeling that she was gonna come your way once you were well out of sight.”
“Well, couldn’t you at least try to work it out? We’re all going the same way anyways, so we might as well go together.” I said hopefully. Corinne smiled. “Very well, I’ll come along.”
Even though Corinne had agreed to come with us, we still lost a lot of time. It took quite a while to convince Monica to allow Corinne to come along – and lead the way. I can’t tell you how relieved Katrina and I were when they shook hands and said, “Let’s get going.”
Katrina turned her head towards Corinne. “No, no, no.” She whimpered. Monica was silent for a bit and then said, “Alright, Allie. You go with Corinne and Katrina and I will wait here for the both of you.”
That ends part 6! Part 7 coming soon! 😀
After walking for several miles, we finally made it to the train station. Unfortunately, the train we needed had already begun moving, so we had to chase after it and jump on. Not fun at all. We were on the train for six days and hardly any of us spoke a word. “So, where did you come from, Allie?” Corinne asked, breaking the uncomfortable silence.
“Well, I found a package on my porch and it led me to Monica and Katrina. I never really felt like anything special, and when Monica told me I had to come, I agreed. I thought it might be a good opportunity for me to possibly find a job…” I said, looking at Monica. But she didn’t move. I didn’t even think she heard me.
Corinne scooted over to the window and peered out. “Hmmm…. Yeah, we could jump off now.” Corinne said thoughtfully. I noticed Monica roll her eyes. Corinne and Monica didn’t get along so good. They disagreed about almost everything and I believe that’s why things felt so awkward.
We finally managed to get Katrina off of the train, but we really just got into more trouble.
“We should head back this way.”
“We need to go this way.” Monica and Corinne said in unison.
“That makes no sense. If we had gotten off back there we would’ve been heading this way, not going back. If we were going back, that would take us back to the train station! We need to go forward!” Corinne yelled.
That concludes part 5! I was gonna do more, but that would’ve been REALLY long! I hope you enjoyed this part! 😀