Trust the Ring

Trust the Ring

A Story by Maria Truica
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This is about a girl who doesn't believe in vampires but she is about to find out they do in the hard way.

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Trust the Ring

You stupid ring. I don’t know why but my ring always lights up when I am around my boyfriend. My grandpa told me that it would light up when I am next to a vampire but I don’t believe in that old fairytale. Here I am trying to have a serious conversation with him and my stupid ring lights up. Of course, like any other normal person, he asks me why it always lights up. I told him about what my grandpa said and he just stares at me with a pair of really worried eyes. I ask him what’s wrong and he just stands up from his chair and comes closer to me. He whispers into my ear, “Guess what sweetheart. I am a vampire.” I burst out laughing and what makes me stop is his teeth biting me hard on my neck. I scream really loudly but he still bites me. He stops and I look deeply into his eyes, my eyes filled with tears of pain and shock. “Now you believe me?”


© 2016 Maria Truica



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Maria Truica
Ignore my grammar. What do you think of this story?

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Maria.

This is another fine piece of work, I am realy impressed with how much you cram into such short pieces. The way in which you word it, is so brilliantly done and the readers imagination can easily see what is going on. You really grab the readers attention because the words flow so fluently.

Once again another great read. I could see this as some sort of opener for many chapters to come.

Mark.

Posted 10 Months Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Maria Truica

10 Months Ago

Thank you!



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Maria.

This is another fine piece of work, I am realy impressed with how much you cram into such short pieces. The way in which you word it, is so brilliantly done and the readers imagination can easily see what is going on. You really grab the readers attention because the words flow so fluently.

Once again another great read. I could see this as some sort of opener for many chapters to come.

Mark.

Posted 10 Months Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Maria Truica

10 Months Ago

Thank you!
Maria I think you gave away the goods too early here my friend. I'm not really a story reviewer but I think the plot was telegraphed by the end of the second sentence.
How about your character recalls the words of grandpa as she fades out through loss of blood?
The premise is sound. It reminded me a bit of a TV series from years before you were born that I watched called Salem's Lot where the main character would carry holy water which would glow when vampires were in the near vicinity.
Keep writing my friend.
:))

Posted 11 Months Ago


0 of 2 people found this review constructive.

Maria Truica

10 Months Ago

I never heard of the story/TV show. Thank for the feedback!
Sorry for my grammar, I got very excited!!! I was supposed to write read not red, write not wright, an this has really not had.

Posted 11 Months Ago


Maria Truica

10 Months Ago

By the way she is my cousin. She is only being a nice and supportive relative. It's not like I made .. read more
Anastasia Ortan

10 Months Ago

Burn!!!!! (Sorry, but you just have to add thing in sometimes. And this was a burn)
Maria Truica

10 Months Ago

Lol yes. i feel the same way😂
OMG!!! Will you wright a second part of this story? I really want to red more. This had really grabbed my attention. KEEP ON WRITING!!!

Posted 11 Months Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Maria Truica

11 Months Ago

Thank you! I don't think I will write a second part because it is supposed to be a short story.
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Maria Truica
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