Get Free Copy

100 free copies left

This novel is limited to 100 free copies due to its part in Inkitt’s Novel Contest.

0
Free copy left
You can read our best books
StormieWhoFlies would love your feedback! Got a few minutes to write a review?
Write a Review

The Story Of Us

By StormieWhoFlies

Other / Humor

The Gang

There was a photo pinned up on a cork-board, it had four felines in, at the left corner was a chestnut tom, he had a sarcastic-amused face on, a blue fae was next to him, she had a mop of vibrant yellow hair, and was doing 'bunny ears' on the two faes in front of her, paws clad in white socks, said fae also wore a white bandanna, knot tied at the front of her throat.

The two felines at the front were both female, the feline to the right was many shades of blue, darker at her ears and a single electric blue patch on her left eye, she bore a grey and cyan scarf.

The fae on the right was light blue with intricate white spots with soft, blue eyes, both unaware of the blue and yellow fae doing 'bunny ears' on them.

"Say cheese!" the chestnut tom called out, one paw holding a phone.

"Cheese!" they called out.

"Murder socks!" called out the blue and yellow fae.

They all looked round in amusement and annoyance, "Fuzzy!" they yelled.

Fuzzy snickered, "What? I can't help myself! It's impastable that I stop mucking about!"

That bad pun earned her more glares.

"Aw gees! I guess I'm going to be punished now!" she called out in mock defeat.


"OH MY GOD! GUYS! LOOK! I FINALLY DEFEATED UNDYNE IN UNDERTALE!" squealed the blue she-cat.

"FOR GOD SAKE BLUE, SHUT THE FUCK UP ABOUT UNDERTALE OR I WILL MURDER YOU!" shrieked Fuzzy, sock-clad paws at her side as she screeched at Blue, her grey eyes were wide in anger and annoyance, yellow-blue pupils slit in her rage, and the light of Blue's computer screen. 

A brown tabby tom peaked his head round the corner, amber eyes lax in sarcasm and amusement, "Language, Fuzzy."

"Damn hypocrite." she huffed.
"And Blue, why are you doing the genocide route..? I thought Fuzzy was the only no mercy, purge obsessed, gore loving nutter in the house." the tabby, Matt, pointed out.

Fuzzy stared daggers at Matt and scowled.

Blue happily purred, "I wanted to try the Genocide Route for once!"
"If you go on about Undertale one more time I will strangle you, Blue." Fuzzy spat before stalking off to her corner of the living room, it was separated off by two signs hanging from the ceiling, hung up by string with 'Fuzzy's Moldy Gaming Corner' scribbled on in aqua blue marker.

In that space was a laptop, a new-looking blue Windows ten, there was a blue and silver mouse plugged in, a drawing tablet was also on the desk, but not connected, a microphone was also placed near the laptop, and fancy looking headphones were hanging off of the desk. The desk itself was a light brown, it bore a few drawers and underneath were many wires, some leading into plugs, others extension leads and some just laying about.
"Ha hum hum hum hum  hum hum hum hum hum...." a humming sound was coming from Fuzzy's corner, she was sitting in a black, blue lined gaming chair, headphones plugged into her laptop, she was listening to 'Best Day Of My Life' while drawing on her tablet, paw gripped around the fine-nib, ball-point pen.
"FUZZY! SHUT THE HELL UP!" yelled Blue, she had paused the television, she was glaring knives at her.
"Oh what, so you can squeal and piss-" Matt glared at her, "your fur at Undertale but I can't hum? I feel like buying a stake to murder you on right now." she huffed. 

Timber, the light blue and white shecat, sighed as she poked her head out of the kitchen, "I made pancakes guys!"

Matt sighed, it would be amazing if they all survived this alive...
  
Write a Review Did you enjoy my story? Please let me know what you think by leaving a review! Thanks, StormieWhoFlies
Continue Reading
Further Recommendations

: This is a very interesting book - mostly because the heroine is quite charming and well rounded, and has very real issues to manage in her life. Most of all,. I loved the view inside of the life of a South Asian girl/woman, the emotional self-talk, the customs and preferences, the expectations a...

Dimplz: Severitus stories (Snape is Harry's Father/Guardian/Mentor) are a staple in the fandom and the quality of these stories vary wildly.. This was an absolute gem to read. The characters were excellently written and the story was very heartfelt.

Beloved Q Medina: At first I figured it was another genre fiction book and didn't have any expectations, but by the first few chapters I found myself engrossed in Sid's journey. Some say that genre fiction is predictable, or not as substantial as literary fiction, but this novel was anything but that. I found myse...

FreakyPoet: I found this story well written and extremely cute. I like how the emotional roller coaster, otherwise know as love, was done here. it was very believable that these two characters would deny, agonize, then come to except their feelings the way that they did. I enjoyed it very much, thank you ...

dd1226: I love reading about other countries and I think this story about Cambodia after Polpot creates awareness of the tragedy that happened there and the actions of the U.N. to hold elections. The heroine of the story is easy to relate to, a modern, middleaged woman looking for an adventure, wanting t...

ianwatson: The comedy is original and genuinely funny, I have laughed out loud many times reading this book. But the story and the plot are also really engaging. The opening two or three chapters seem quite character-dense but they all soon come to life and there is no padding, filling or wasted time readin...

Lydia Sherrer: I first read The Speaker almost a decade ago when I first discovered author Sandra Leigh. I loved it then, and I still love it now. It is a simple, easy read, yet deep in meaning and rich in storyline. I do not know what kind of research or prior knowledge Leigh has of First Nation tribes, but sh...

Julia Summers PA: Reading this now. It's fun, hilariously fabulous yet taste of what you desire in a unusual read. I will post an actual review when I am finished. But so far loving the flow and the story seems to keep me drawn

Nadine Willard: I loved this story so much! I generally can't stand super girly romance stories, but this one was so relatable! I could not stop reading this, I read it straight through!! I wish this was a series, not just a single story 😊

More Recommendations

ank1983: I really enjoyed this story and I read through it quickly. I found it very entertaining and some of your scenes were very well written and descriptive. Every time a chapter ended I couldn't wait to start the next chapter. What girl hasn't fantasized over a cute teacher at school?! The story did...

mrh: This interesting take on the Harry Potter series fascinated me from line one on. I am in love with this tale and its characters and cannot wait to read the next chapter. I look forward to more soon.When can I expect the next chapter? I am so excited to read it!

This story wasn't for you ?
Look at our most viral stories!
Iosaghar

FreakyPoet: "you made me laugh, made me cry, both are hard to do. I spent most of the night reading your story, captivated. This is why you get full stars from me. Thanks for the great story!"

The Cyneweard

Sara Joy Bailey: "Full of depth and life. The plot was thrilling. The author's style flows naturally and the reader can easily slip into the pages of the story. Very well done."

This story wasn't for you ?
Look at our most viral story!
Spectra

Ro-Ange Olson: "Loved it and couldn't put it down. I really hope there is a sequel. Well written and the plot really moves forward."