A young woman is drowning in the beauty of the ocean. It only gets worse from there. Until it doesn't.
Twenty-three year old, Elsie Andrews moves to Tybee Island, Georgia after accepting a job as the head conservationalist at the Tybee Island Research Center. One afternoon after she finished unpacking with her sister, she runs into someone she could have never guessed, more accurately, his Great Dane ran into her.
Which caused a strange and unusual connection between Elsie Andrews and the new Marine veterinarian Alex Walsh. What will she do when he asks her out on a date when she is terrified she will be hurt by a relationship? How will she react when a unexpected death arises in her life?
Two girls find two necklaces under the sea. And believe it or not, they become mermaids! Will they survive their two sided life? And will they ever be normal again?
This flash fiction piece took out the inauguralPunk Out: Wattpunk Contests and Promptchallenge.
"Go on that Bermuda Triangle tour, they said. It'll be fun, they said."
Funisn't the word Penelope Orson would use to describe her predicament. Shipwrecked alone on a tiny island with nothing but her wit, her only hope is that someone will come along and save her. However, when her rescue comes in the form of a very strange young man, she questions if she'd rather take her chances.
Alana wants a happy life.Thea wants to escape.Callia wants the destruction to stop.What these three girls have in common, is not that they are princesses or that they are magical Water Nymphs from the sea, but that they are searching for meaning, even if it's only a little bit of it.
Katharine has never believed in the existence of mermaids. She thinks they are just stories to spite children into believing. Her Aunt Claire, the owner of the Mermaid Lagoon Resort, tells Kathy that her attepts at keeping herself from the mermaiding buisness, are no longer. For the entire summer, Kathy must masgarade as a mermaid, or she can never live with her Aunt Claire again.But when she meets Finn, the new kid who seems to be awkward around others, but strangly warms up to her. She wonders why her, why not anyone else in the resort. Is there something he is hiding. Something he wants to show her. When he begins to ask questions about her aunt, Kathy answers, thinking he is just a tourist and wants to know about the resort. Kathy, could never be more wrong.