Dragon: Myth of the Bermuda Triangle (Claxton Spinoff Story)

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Summary

|2X FEATURED| Twelve-year-old Will is a dragon. He's a member of the Water Clan that thrives in the Bermuda Triangle. His parents abandoned him seven years ago and never returned, leaving Will with just a magic necklace and the Ocean to guide him. Alone on a tropical island, his world will change when he meets her...a beautiful, young girl named Maddie. All he wants is to spend the rest of his life with her, which proves to be both a grave and miraculous mistake. A chain of events brings the two tweens together on the famous Carnival Ecstasy, where they must learn the truth behind the Bermuda Triangle in order to save Will's legacy. However, darkness is in the air, as well as something that challenges the dragons' future once and for all. Who/What is the monster that dooms ships and planes to the bottom of the Triangle? What does it want from Will? His parents abandoned him for a reason, but only the young dragon can figure it out. *** 🥇 1st place in the Platinum Awards, Cherry Awards, Authors Awards, Flower Awards, Wattpad Emmy Award, Marine World Awards, Deli Awards, Enchanted Awards, Golden Rose Awards, Book Shine Awards, and Dark Academia Awards. 🏅 Best Underrated Author in the Banana Awards. 🏆Overall winner for Short Story in the Red Ruby Awards. ⭐ Featured on @Watt-Dragons || The Short Flight Reading List (October 5th 2021)

Genre:
Fantasy / Children
Author:
The Writing Nerd
Status:
Ongoing
Chapters:
16
Rating:
n/a
Age Rating:
13+

Author's Note/Wattpad Hall of Fame

Dragon: Myth of the Bermuda Triangle (originally The Beast of the Bermuda Triangle) is a short story that I first wrote in 11th Grade, after Mom and I went on a cruise to The Bahamas on the Carnival Ecstasy herself. During our journey, we briefly passed through the Bermuda Triangle. Twas, this story was born. I remember sitting at the bow of the ship and having my notebook with me. A new story idea fluttered into my head like a beautiful butterfly, and I started writing.

Dragon is meant to be a nice break from my main novel, The Green Guardian. It is written in present tense and from the perspective of a twelve-year-old, so that’s why it may sometimes feel like the grammar is simple. I don’t expect a twelve-year-old to have an enormous vocabulary yet.

This is a story that is close to my heart. My 11th Grade teacher gave me extra time to finish it for our Final Exam, so she is the main person I want to dedicate it to. Without her support and constructive criticism, I may have never finished this story. Therefore, thank you.

I hope y’all enjoy this sweet, little book just as much as I do. She is my baby, and I am proud of her. You want to know why? Because she is the story that helped me win my very first 1st place award. She is the story that’s helped me realize that there is so much more to the Bermuda Triangle than death and destruction.

I love you, girl.

Sincerely,

The Writing Nerd


Achievements:

🥇 1st place in the Platinum Awards’ Short Story category

🥇 1st place in the Cherry Awards’ Fantasy category

🥇 1st place in the Authors Awards’ Short Story category

🥇 1st place in the Flower Awards’ Fantasy category

🥇 1st place in the Marine World Awards’ Short Story category

🥇 1st place in the Wattpad Emmy Award Short Story category

🥇 1st place in the Deli Awards’ Short Story category

🥇 1st place in the Enchanted Awards’ Short Story/One-S/Two-S category

🥇 1st place in the Golden Rose Awards’ Short Story category

🥇 1st place in the Book Shine Awards’ Short Story category

🥇 1st place in the Dark Academia Awards’ Short Story category

🥇 1st place in the Meteorite Awards’ One Shots/Short Story category

🥈 2nd place in the Winter Wonderland Awards’ Short Story category

🥈 2nd place in the Banana Awards’ Short Story category

🥈 2nd place in the Writer’s Calibre Awards’ Short Story category

🥈 2nd place in the Snow Tree Awards’ Adventure category

🥈 2nd place in the Golden Borough Awards’ Short Story category

🥈 2nd place in the Stargazer Awards’ Action/Adventure category

🥈 2nd place in the Writers Awards 2021 Fantasy category

🥉 3rd place in the Magical Awards’ Fantasy category

🥉 3rd place in the Books and Beyond Awards 2021 Short Story category

🥉 3rd place in the Mysfic Awards’ Short Story category

🥉 3rd place in the Souhait Awards’ Short Story category

🥉 3rd place in the One in a Million Awards’ Short Story category

🏆Overall winner for Short Story in the Red Ruby Awards

🏅 Round 1 Qualifier for the Writer’s Calibre Awards’ Short Story category

🏅 Honorable Mention in the Shimmer Awards’ Short Story category

⭐ Featured on @Watt-Dragons || The Short Flight Reading List (October 5th 2021)

⭐ Featured on @WattpadShortStory || Phantasm and Sorcery Reading List (October 19th 2021)


Special Category Achievements:

🥇 1st place for Best Cover in the Banana Awards

🥈 Overall 2nd place Best Cover in the Strawberry Milkshake Awards

🥉 3rd place for Best Title in the Banana Awards

🥉 3rd place for Best Short Story Writer/Book in The Banana Awards

🏅 Overall Best Fantasy Cover in the Strawberry Milkshake Awards

🏅 Best Overall Cover in the Banana Awards

🏅 Best Underrated Author in the Banana Awards


WARNING! Please do not plagiarize this story! I’ve worked my butt off to write her, and she does NOT deserve such an insult! I do NOT want to have to turn on my bad side! Just FYI.

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