Please Read It....

Author: Alex Scrivenor / Posted: 25.05.19, 03:32:37

So, you might have noticed a new story on my profile, and on the update section at the main page (not sure it's still there, though), this story is called HOPELESS MEMORIES OF SUMMER, it follows the story of Venice's greatest detective and a little five-year-old girl called Terrence and Annie respectively, as the mysteries behind the murders throughout the place continue to unravel.

This is a short novel, really short one, the reason for that is that I had to make a school project and decided to write this, but I really liked the story and I hope you do too. Since I decided to write this, I should also tell you that there are a lot hidden clues of future stuff happening throughout each chapter.

There are also clues hidden in DEVIL'S SOUL, but those are diferent stories.

Either way, I hope you enjoy this kind of sad, short novel, and I hope you stick around because I'm planning on making a 3 book long story of these. The series is going to be called the "Summer Series", I believe the story is already under that name, so yeah...

Go read it. Enjoy it. And comment what you think of it.

The story is barely 6 chapter long, some way bigger than the others. And they're all packed with murdery stuff going around. Each chapter will be published every Wednesday at 18:00 hrs, (6 pm), so you can follow the book.

Also, don't forget to follow me, so you'll get a notification when a new story is published. You know, for Ophichus, the one after Devil's Soul, which is also sorta hinted at within some chapters of HOPELESS MEMORIES OF SUMMER... Just in case you wanted to follor the Khan Deabru Tree.

Hope you have a great rest of your day, enjoy your weekend, and maybe the story too? If you're not into the sad stuff, and you want more action, I definetly would recommend my other story, that one is waaaay longer, and has a lot more action packed into it.

Good Luck!!!


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Imene Imene 26.05.2019, 17:32:30

Thank youuu

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