Two little girls in blue, holding each other's hand as best friends do, hopped skipped and jumped down the cobbled path. Their ponytails bounced just as joyously.
They ran down the sloping lawns leaving behind the great big mansion surrounded by manicured English gardens, to be enveloped by the tea shrubs.
One was 'Her-Happiness' and the other was 'Her-Highness'.
It didn't matter to Her-Highness that Her-Happiness's chapped winter cheeks were nothing like her silky smooth ones. That her friend's faded outgrown dress was no match to her beautiful convent uniform.
They made kites soar and hearts melt, until it all changed one day.
Genre - Romance / Mystery / Drama
Part 1 - The Persistence
Part 2 - The Disintegration
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I hope you enjoy this story as it unfolds.
Yo My People,
Here we are on thread 5. Under normal circumstances, this story should be nearing its end but it was not to be. Life got in the way and I had to take a solid six months break in between. But, better late than never is a policy I truly believe in.
So, here we go. We are currently in the second phase of the story and moving closer to half way mark (I see between 35 to 40 chapters for 'The Hands of Time').
A heartfelt thank you to each and every one of you who have embarked on this journey with me. I understand that this story may not be everyone's cup of tea, which makes my readers all the more special. You girls (I doubt there are any boys here) help me write. You chase me for updates, you compliment my work and many of you recommend it other readers too. What more can I ask for? Your encouragement means everything.
Take this thread away. Share your thoughts. As always, I insist on honesty. I don't deny it pricks but criticism drives me to write better. I feel this intense need to make that reader love the plot, the character or whatever it is she/he didn't particularly enjoy.
Hugs and kisses
SandhyaEdited by AquaSandhya - 2016-04-03T03:31:58Z
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