Hello, dear dolls. I want to start New Year's off rig . . . wait, it's not New Year's anymore? It's not even January any more? Oh, dear. Well, in any case, I want to make a few resolutions for this new year.1) Stay more in contact and connected
That means, more Journal updates (monthly or bi-weekly, depending)2) More Stories
I have a plan for about one 3-5k story per month, probably on the shorter side for now. Alternatively, a handful of shorter, themed vignettes.3) Christmas Vignettes . . . in February!
For February, I want to complete the four serialized vignettes I began for Christmas (Warehouse Mixup, Lamp Vacation, Cost of Being a Doll, and Maid for Christmas). Each one has 1-2 additional chapters to add, totaling approximately 5.6k-8k words. I don't want to leave you hanging, and I don't want to leave Keely's, Anna's, Mari's, and Doll's story untold.4) Coppelia Revisited, revisited
No, I'm not rewriting my biggest transformation story I've ever written (seriously its like 16k words). But it has come to my attention recently that this story, my longest story on DA, has really pathetic view counts and likes. Many of my vignettes posted in December have higher views and likes than this story posted in 2012. So over the next month, probably sooner rather than later, I want to utilize some of DA's tools to see if I can't get this story the audience I think it deserves. Hey, I'll start now:
Coppelia Revisited, Part 1Three shadows crouched in the bushes outside the pink house. They weren’t thieves - thieves wouldn’t have made so much noise.
“Parker, why are you doing this?” There was a slight quiver in Ryan’s voice as he looked up to the house, which was one of the oldest in the town. In daylight the building was painted a light pink and blue, and it sat on a hill with perfectly manicured groves and trees. It looked for all the world like a dollhouse come to life. But in the moonless night it looked just as any other house, and perhaps a little more ominous.
“I just . . . I need to, honey.” Parker whispered in reply. She pushed her brunette brunette hair behind her ear and turned to him and her companions, “I really want you both to see her. I want you to see how beautiful she is.” Ryan, a tall and handsome boy with shaggy and dirty blond hair, took a moment before nodding.
"We’re with you,” Emily said, squeezing Parker’s
From the mind that brought you College Doll, Trip Through the Toy Factory, and the other things, comes an EPIC story of TRANSFORMATION. Three friends sneak into a strange pink house on a hill to relive a childhood memory, where the find a toy room full of living dolls! BUT, what else will they find there, and will they escape before they fall prey to the houses owner . . .