Hi everybody… I am sorry it took me so long to update… School, homework, writer's block… the usual, all got in my way. I am having a lot of trouble with this story… (probably because I began it a year ago… and have pretty much forgotten how to write the characters personalities… they all seem o/c now.) Birth Right is going strong though.
Okay… for this story, I need some help, so review and tell me your opinion on what I should do. I have an extremely detailed outline that carries to the end. Along with a few random scenes written… I also have a phenomenal and mind-boggling conclusion to this… (My friends nearly throttled me when they read it. Hehehe. Then demanded a sequel)
So I could post the outline and a few scenes or,I could try and write it, although it would mean a really long wait between chapters… It's your call, yet, if you want me to write them… it may be a while.
~Writer who also loves to sing~
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Now: THE NEXT CHAPTER:
I am sitting here in the Agency, watching James try to act calm, but he's not fooling anyone. He's got a frown plastered on his face and he's pacing around the room like a dog that can't find his bone. He is so completely head over heels for Kalyia. I doubt he'll admit it though. Juliana walked into the room with a piece of paper.
I watched as James slowly lifted his gaze up from the floor to meet Juliana's eyes urgently.
"Are they okay? When are they coming? Did the extraction go all right?" James quickly tossed a few questions her was without pausing for breath.
I could tell he had more questions, but Juliana silenced him, and made him sit down. He no longer seemed worried, but the look in his eyes now showed that he was terrified.
"Yes, yes they are fine. They are on a helicopter home now." Juliana explained calmly.
James sighed, and closed his eyes with relief, slumping further down in his chair.
"Mom, when are they getting in?" I asked curiously.
"Around 10 o'clock tonight."
"Ugh! We must wait 3 hours! It has already been a day since we found out that Kalyia was in trouble! The wait is too long! What if something else happens?" James protested, but even through his self-pity you could see the hints of a smile forming at the corner of his mouth.
"If you are so worried about waiting, I guess you could come with me to the airport when they get in." Juliana mumbled, half talking to herself.
"Really?" James and I said at the same time, now we were both uncontrollably excited.
"Yes…but on one condition."
"You can come, but you must promise me you won't go nuclear. It is in the middle of the night, and Kalyia is returning from a top-secret and dangerous mission. She will probably only want to get home and sleep. Although, on the other hand, if you come you will get to meet her mother." Juliana said.
"We'd love to!" I said enthusiastically.
Okay, This could get interesting.
Only 15 minutes until Kalyia's helicopter is scheduled to get in, I am sitting in the Los Angeles airport, waiting impatiently, while scribbling on a napkin. I really hope Kalyia is all right, I mean she was missing for over two days, I know she will get here fine, but I wonder about the state she will be in. I'm sure she'll be hungry…actually now that I think about it, I'm kinda hungry.
Ann is coming over, it looks like I must stop and chat.
"James…Are you ready for Kalyia to come home?" Ann asked the reason she had to ask this question is unknown to me her voice is incredibly unrevealing.
"Yeah, why do you want to know?" I asked looking up from my napkin.
"James, I just want to know that you can tell me anything, but before you do, I want you to know that I already know, I have for days." Ann said as she sat down beside me.
"What on earth are you talking about?" I asked, now completely flabbergasted.
"Oh! Come on! James, you know exactly what I am talking about." Ann continued, trying to act serious but ended up smiling and laughing. "I know you have a bit of obsession over the girl who currently resides in my apartment."
I pretended not to know what she was talking about, but when that didn't work and I began to blush, I lowered my head in utter embarrassment.
"James, I know you are absolutely head over heels for Kalyia. You don't have to hide it now. She likes you too."
I was ignoring her now, but the last four words she said caught my attention. "How do you know!?" I demanded.
"Come on! It's obvious, I can see it in the way she looks at you, and the way she talks about you. Even someone who was blind and deaf could see it, clear as day." Ann insisted.
"Well, to tell you the truth I didn't and I still don't!" I argued.
"Fine then, have it your way."
I looked at my watch, five minutes to go, Five minutes until I see Kalyia, unfortunately 5 minutes can seem like an eternity.
As I sit here, watching James, I realize that he is incredibly nervous. I don't thing he was like that before I talked to him. I can see him chew on the top of his pencil, writing on a napkin from the food court. He looks absolutely ridiculous. Only about two minutes till Kalyia's helicopter lands, it is probably waiting for permission to land right now.
What on earth? Wait a minute, James just jumped up mumbling to himself, ran around to the other side of the bench, searching for something. Not finding it, he scowled, and looked again. He finds his wallet, grabs it and runs out of the waiting area.
That was a bit odd. I wonder where he went, and I hope he knows if he is gone to long, he'll miss Kalyia.
"Ann, they're here." My moms voice called to me from the other side of the room, I stood up, and waited for Kalyia to walk out.