The farm (Cont.)

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Amy spent time with me on Saturday. She wanted to draw and continue her story about the farm. She had a book tucked under her arm, and her glass hung from her nose. I told her all good writers always read books. Since she is serious about the writing endeavor, Amy decided to become a reader. This requires her to see the words. Her sister came with her. The younger one now wants to be a writer. She still has a little work to do developing a sense of story, but she is on her way. Who knows? They may become the next Bronte Sisters. I will now share with you the second story written by Amy Jones titled The Farm (Cont.)

The farm (Cont.)

The day after the birthday party, Sofie and Chloe had a picnic. The girls talked about seeing one another more often because Chloe missed Sofie at school. Chloe told Sofie they should ignore the other kids who bullied her about living on a farm. Thwy ate their sandwiches and grapes. Then they had drinks, and they fed the animals and rode some horses.

Chloe rode a white and black horse. Sofie rode on a brown horse. Then, it started to rain. A rainbow covered the sky, all the colors of Skittles candy in a bowl. Then they watched UTube on television. They colored and drew pictures. Grandma said, “Chloe, your mother is here.” They hugged and said goodbye.

Sofie’s grandparents signed her back up for school because Sofie said they had a plan to handle the bullies.

Writer Bio

Amy Jones is a nine-year-old girl with writing aspirations. She’s working with her grandmother to learn how to tell a good story. When Amy is older, she will know how to write and become famous. She knows writers don’t make much money, so she wants to earn some real cash as a hairdresser and makeup artist. She enjoys eating fruit, American Girl Dolls, and Rainbow High.

Who is Molly Shea?

Molly Shea is an accomplished fictional short story writer from Indiana who writes short stories and novels about a fictional town called Tecumseh.  To read more of her short stories and adventures, click here.

Be sure to follow Molly on Twitter!

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I am the author of Saving the Hen House. I didn't know when I started it would turn into a series. I love to ride motorcycles, the blues, my family, and going on adventures. This old hen rocks.

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