Forgotten MemoriesJack sat on the roof of Jamie's house, snickering and making a heavy snow storm come upon the town of Burgess. He was excited to see the look on Jamie's face when he sees what Jack did. Maybe Sophie will appreciate it too. A sound of laughter was lifted up to Jack's ears. He floated down to Jamie's window and he saw the laughing face of Jamie himself. What struck him as odd was Jamie's lack of notice of Jack. Jack waved his hand in front of Jamie's face, and still Jamie didn't notice. Sophie came bursting into the room, an angry look on her face. Jack almost forgot how fast mortals aged when one was immortal.Forgotten Memories by NyxEphriham
"Would you shut up, Jamie? An almost sixteen year old girl needs her sleep, you know. Stop flirting with Cupcake and shut up!" She yelled before turning her heel and slamming his door. As Jamie turned to flip the door off, Jack turned to see Cupcake snickering and shutting her curtains. She didn't seem to notice Jack either.
"No . . . thi
Icy Shadows 13Icy Shadows 13 by HMemma548
Summary: After visiting Jamie, Jack finds some fearlings attacking someone. He rescues the person only to find out its...a injured teenage Pitch? How did that happen? Jack/Pitch
The wind howled, whipping through the snow and tossing the flakes into a snow flurry, making it impossible to see beyond a few steps in front of him. The air was freezing and as it hit him, along with the snow, that felt more like ice daggers to his skin, he felt his body grow painfully numb, after shivering for so long.
Is this really a good idea?
"Shut up, brain!"
Pitch's words were said through gritted, chattering, teeth as he dragged his feet through the snow. One good thing about the cold was that he could no longer feel the aching pain in his arm and his leg, both them having protested from the minute he had left Santoff Clausen.
As much as he wanted his crutches, or even his wheelchair, Pitch knew they would only slow him down, even before he realised just how deep the snow
PitchXReader One Shot! Don't Be Afraid Of The DarkPitchXReader One Shot! Don't Be Afraid Of The Dark by dancing-wind
Ever since I was a child, I've been afraid of the dark. It's not the darkness that I've became afraid of, it was what might
have been lurking in the shadows. I've been having non-stop nightmares. The doctors said it's just probably night terrors,
but I can remember what happened in those dreams. Two nightmares in one night have reduced my sleep at night, so I try
sleeping during the day which I felt more safe. When I wake from one nightmare, I awake to another bad dream. In my second
dream, there's always a man who seem to be taking a liking of me. The man in my dream is tall, lithe, and dark in appearance.
He wears a long, black robe with a V neck line. Pale skin, yellow eyes that seem to be golden, and glossy black hair that's
styled as slick spikes from the back of his head. His voice was a bit low but soothing as a gentleman's. He may sound sweet, but
he seems to have a bit of a sadistic side for my fears. He said he's been known as ' The Boogeyman ', but he went by ' Pitch
The Big Four and the School of Magic | Preview§•..•¤°°¤•..•¤°°¤•..•¤°°¤•..•¤°°¤•..•¤°°¤•..•¤°°¤•..•¤°°¤•..•¤°°¤•..•¤°°¤•..•§The Big Four and the School of Magic | Preview by Blooming-Snowflake
The Big Four and the School of Magic
by Blooming Snowflake
Once, the dream of the four founders of Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry almost shattered. It was a catastrophe. Hog
Opinion: Why Dreamworks Should Do 'ROTG 2'So, as some of you may or may not know, DreamWorks hasn't exactly been doing too hot lately. Actually, they haven't been doing too hot for the past several years.Opinion: Why Dreamworks Should Do 'ROTG 2' by Obversa
Thanks to a host of different factors - including, but not limited to, poor marketing decisions, management, and financial investment choices by DreamWorks' CEO and executives - the animation company just keeps fumbling with the Idiot Ball time and time again. Concerning 'Rise of the Guardians', this trend was first seen by me after DreamWorks' layoffs and taking a hit from the movie's release in 2012. From articles on the subject:
I can’t remember a time when I've heard DreamWorks Animation CEO Jeff Katzenberg sound so down on an earnings call — and it’s mostly due to the red ink for Rise Of The Guardians. Even when an analyst congratulated him for the Oscar he just picked up for his charitable work he said that “we have good days and bad days.” This apparently was one of the latter ones. G
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