New fanfic! Well, old one, just realized I never posted it on here. The focus in this is mainly on the girl, an OC, I made up. This story is kinda a parody to the first book, what would happen if Artemis kidnapped somebody else instead of Holly, in this case the OC, but she didn’t know she was a fairy. Kind of a stupid plot line, but check it out anyways… what do you think? Also, I probably will bring Holly in later, somehow. Wow, really long author’s note.…
“Don’t forget your spare water bottle,” my mom called.
“Mom, I’m going to be camping by a river,” I complained. “I don’t need two water bottles.”
“Oh, fine,” she relented. “But if you lose that one I don’t want to hear about it.”
I rolled my eyes. “Yes, mother,” I muttered.
“Thank you,” she called, in that fake voice she always used when she managed to annoy me and she knew it. It was dripping with sarcasm.
I started hiking toward the crest of the hill, where the trees started.
It was Friday today, and me, being a nature lover, decided it would be a good weekend to go camping.
So I packed up enough stuff to last me for the weekend and set off.
That night, I sat at the base of an oak tree not to far from where I’d pitched the tent and watched the sun go down. The stars were beautiful, out here in the wilderness where there wasn’t enough pollution to ruin the view.
The view around me was almost as beautiful as the sky. The oak sat by the edge of a river, standing tall in the bend. The moon was full, and the light it cast off reflected on the river, making it practically look like it was glowing.
I sighed and closed my eyes, leaning my head back against the trunk. If I didn’t go back to the tent soon, I knew I would fall asleep. But I was comfortable here, and I didn’t want to move.
A loud beeping sound suddenly filled the air. I sat up straight, looking around and trying to find the source of the noise, but it was gone as quick as it had come. It had beeped once, twice, and then… silence.
With a sigh I closed my eyes again, not seeing any reason to worry about it. What ever it was, it was gone now.
My breathing deepened and evened out, and I drifted…