A mind spurt led me to this idea for a book a while ago. The beginning is pretty bland, but I definitely plan on going back once the book is finished, I just don't know enough yet.
Feel free to criticize as you wish. =]
Oh, and Infinik, the answer is yes. This is relatively related to our Tay-Tay. At least the name is. d=
The Terrific Tales of Tay-Tay.
There once lived a boy named Tay-Tay. Tay-Tay was, like many other boys of his age, very curious of the world around him. (When I say “his age”, I mean at the time he began writing.) Unlike many other boys of his age however, he often found himself incapable of exploring this world beyond the four walls of his home. The reason for this, you shall find within the two walls of this book. Tay-Tay, of course, had been outside, but not nearly as often as he would have liked; and, due to his common inaccessibility of the world, he was forced to create his own.
Included within these pages is a sort of biography of Tay-Tay as well as the “Terrific Tales” themselves.
The Tale of the Horrible Terrible Incredibly Mean Witch, the Beautiful Wonderful Fantastically Kind Witch, and the Boy Named Taylor.
By Tay-Tay Morganti.
There once lived a boy named Taylor. Taylor was an incredibly kind boy, who had never done anything wrong to anybody, except perhaps breaking his bed from jumping on it too much. But it was an accident! And yet, despite his kindness, Taylor was punished every day.
For, you see, there also once lived an evil witch who had complete control over the boy. She could also yell very loudly. Every day she would yell at him, and even if Taylor was a good boy and did everything she told him to do, she would force him to eat the contents of her cauldron. Only the Lord knew what she put into that cauldron. Eyes of a newt? Tail of a rat? Broccoli? Should he not eat it, there would be more yelling, and Taylor would have to go to bed even earlier than he normally did.
There was consolation.
During the week, when Taylor was forced to go to Skewl, the evil land ruled by Prince Ipuhl Grant. In Skewl, there were evil creatures scattered throughout the land. Creatures called teachers.
During the weekends, however, Taylor remained at home. And while he wasn’t forced to go to Skewl, neither was he allowed to leave the house. During the weekends, the evil witch went to a place called “Werk”, wherein she no doubt did dastardly evil witch-like things. He knew that this place had to be evil; due to the things that it seemed to have produced called “Home Werk”.
While the witch was at Werk, she left another witch in the castle to look after Taylor and make sure that he ate all of his vegetables and go to bed on time. Little did she know, however, that the second witch was in fact not evil. This witch was good.
Not only was she good, but she was also very beautiful, and Taylor knew from the second he saw her that he was in love with her. He knew that she must have been in love with him too, due to the fact that she was so kind to him.
She never forced him to eat what he didn’t want to eat, and they stayed up very late, and what’s more, they shared a secret.
This secret, they vowed, would remain a secret for all of their lives until they were dead and forever.
After the evil witch had left to Werk, Taylor and the kind witch would immediately embark upon their journey to a secret world. It mustn’t be forgotten that the kind witch is not just kind, but also a witch. Using her good magic, as well as the help of her friend Taylor, so she said, they were able to travel to a different world. It was in this world that Taylor escaped and found release from his world.
And whatever Taylor and the nice witch believed might exist, suddenly existed. And whatever challenge they faced, no matter how dastardly the villain, or strong the wall, the good would always prevail.
hahaha, wonderful! :D I'm sure Tay-tay would love it too. =p