Discovery – Introduction


Jennifer shifted uncomfortably in the bed. It felt strange. The blanket was scratchy and the smell was wrong. She opened her eyes and was flashed by a wall of pink. Aaaah, where am I, her mind shreeked. She sat up.


She did not know this place. Everything was so pink. It was like a barbie-fangirl’s teenage dream come true. This was definitely not her room. She tried to remember how she got into Barbie’s mansion, but she couldn’t. Her head hurt. Thoughts and images raced through her mind but none of them were clear enough to understand. She tried to think of her family, but it was hazy. She didn’t even know if she had a family and she could not remember them. She was alone.


She decided to explore her surroundings and to her delight the next room was a kitchen all in green. She instantly felt happier, green was her favourite colour… was it? She thought it might be but then again she was not so sure.


She could see a street and some shops through the window, but they seemed flat, inanimate, there were no people.

Another room in this strange house was painted in a light blue. Jennifer felt a flow of creativity as she looked at the easel. She believed, she enjoyed painting. And music, yes, she surely liked music… probably.


Then, at the end of the corridor, there was a door. Was this the way outside? She was nervous, but still walked towards it.


Another room. Although it was open to the sky and she could see the sun, it was still a room, closed and there was no way she could climb those sleek walls. She stood and wondered. Why was she here?


Next: Chapter 1

Note: Advice to you, if you’re a new reader, don’t read the comments xD Of course you can comment and I’d love to read your thoughts along your journey of reading this story, but beware of spoilers since people commented on earlier chapters after this story was already complete 🙂


7 thoughts on “Discovery – Introduction

  1. I’m taking your advice and not reading the comments. I saw this on CathyTeas ‘It’s Done’ thread and liked the idea of a mystery.

    Initial thoughts are that each room is colored like in game emotions pink for flirty, green for happy and blue for creative. I like the unknown of this and cannot wait to read more!

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  2. I didn’t know where to begin because All your stories looked so intriguing so I think I will start with this one, I am so excited 🙂


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