Anywhere With You – Chapters 1, 2, & 3

I am back once again and hopefully here to stay for a good while this time. I just had a few things going on that I could not get online to update the blog. But while away I have been a good girl and was working on a new story.

This one I am approaching it in a different way. Every chapter is 200 words, so I guess you could say that I am challenging myself to write a chapter in 200 words. It is supposed to help me to stick to my goal of writing 200 words everyday.

I’ll be uploading 3 chapters every week.

Well I hope you enjoy it, sorry if it is not up to my normal standards. By the way it is sort of a paranormal romance story :), well an attempt at it since I read this genre quite a lot!

Anywhere With You: Chapters 1, 2, & 3

Written by: Manvinder Jagdev

Alexis and Caleb stood at the entrance to the dense forest smiling at each other.

“The last one over the cliff is a rotten egg.” Caleb grinned.

“Whatever, you’re so going to lose!” Alexis said confidently. Alexis and Caleb readied themselves.

“1…2…3…GO!” Caleb shouted. They both ran like the wind.

They were on an even keel, until Alexis pushed herself further and dashed faster. They both leaped over the bluff one after the other.

As they did their bodies morphed into the most beautiful wolves.

They pounced onto the ground and howled at the full moon. They circled each other.

“So, who’s the rotten egg?” Alexis giggled.

“No-one can beat Alexis at challenges.” Caleb sighed.

Even in wolf form they were speaking to each other telepathically.

Caleb’s black beaded eyes seemed lost within her dark-blue eyes. The wind ruffled through their soft and silky fur. Hers was pure white, like snow. His was black with a hint of dark brown.

She sniffed the air around her and started to growl at a south-east direction. The male wolf tensed.

A distant scream for help made her run into that direction leaving the male wolf behind whimpering for his mate’s safety.


The scream resonated through the woodland, and she ran hastily towards her destination. The light breeze blew through her white fur providing more momentum to get there quicker.

She came to a sudden standstill when she reached her target.

The young man’s foot was caught by a bear trap with its sharp claws digging deep within him.

Alexis, in wolf guise, paced cautiously towards him, her intense blue eyes staring directly at him. He was petrified by her presence. He was pleading.

“Please don’t kill me.”

She paused in front of him and changed back into her human physique. She was on all fours. Her long jet-black hair with strands of ginger flowed down over her shoulders.

He watched her with disbelief wondering whether he was dreaming or this was actually happening.

Her hand moved to the bear trap and with ease ripped the trap apart; and threw the pieces into the forest. He was in agony.

She put her finger to her lips trying to shush him and then walked off behind the tree.

The next thing the young man saw was the white wolf gazing straight at him. He was mesmerized.

“Thank you.” He murmured and fainted.


Hey buddy, wake up.”

The young man stirred from his deep slumber.

“Where am I?”

“You’re still in the forest. What happened to you?” His friend asked fairly perplexed.

“My foot…” he flinched as he moved it, “it got caught by a bear trap; while looking for fire wood.” He said.

“We were really distressed about you. We even conducted a search party to find you. However we had no luck.”

“Maybe I went further into the forest than I imagined.” He shook his head and attempted to get up.

“Let me help you there, Issac.” His friend provided a hand, and Issac took it and got up slowly.

“Thanks James.”

“Your welcome buddy.”

Issac limped as he walked and the pain was excruciating than last night.

“I was saved by a wolf woman last night.” Issac blurted out without much thought. James chuckled.

“A wolf woman? I think maybe the weed had some strong side effects on you.” James laughed.

“I’m not joking.” Issac spoke defensively.

As they walked they stumbled onto a vast farm land with a ‘No Trespassing’ sign. Issac instantly froze at the sight before him. He was speechless.

“James…I’m not lying…that’s her…that’s the wolf woman…” 

So what did you think?


6 responses to “Anywhere With You – Chapters 1, 2, & 3

    • Thanks Sharmishta! Your comments are what really helps me to write more hehe.
      But I must say your imagination is better 🙂
      I had this image of a white wolf as my cover photo on facebook and that is what triggered the idea for this story.

  1. would you mind if i suggest you something? can you try another theme? the fonts are a bit tough to read in this one, i feel that your imaginations are far more interesting than mine, mine are based on reality, whereas yours are pure fantasy.

    • You know I was kind of thinking the same thing. Because even though I wear glasses it is hard as you still have to strain your eyes lol.
      Pointed has been noted, dear!
      For me, it is kind of an escape from reality hehe, so that is why I write, well try at least to write fantasy 🙂
      But your imagination is really good as you twist reality in a dark way!

      • yes, sometimes the font is really tough to read 😦
        i used to wear glasses, but have stopped wearing them because my eyesight is not that much of a problem at home, i needed it for reading distant things like no of bus LOL

      • So what do you think of this font? I changed the theme completely. Is this any better? 🙂
        lol that is why I also wear glasses, I cannot see distant things like signs. And I had to wear them during driving lessons. But now I wear glasses because it is a nice accessory to wear lol.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s