We just got back from family week (I’ll post about that later), and we have been assigned our first school blogging assignment. We had to take an old piece of writing, revise it, and post it here. I picked the begginigng of a sci-fi novel I might continue writing if I ever get the energy to keep writing it, yes, I’m an extremely lazy author. Anyways, here it is.
The future is a lot different then what the people in the twenty-first century thought. My grandad tells me that the old scientists have got some parts of it right, but not all of it, well, let me explain. In 2065, almost 3 years after Allery May (a famous author who predicted what would happen in the year 2065) died, scientists confirmed that a planet in another galaxy could inhabit living creatures, just like May had predicted. We hadn’t evolved technology all that much although people are aging so much slower. I was born in 2213, and it’s now 2921, and I’m only 14 according to the new aging system, which by the way, is a total ripoff according to my Grandad because we don’t get birthdays every year like people used to. The best information we found out was the information about the new planet, again, like May had predicted. See, an unknown illness was infecting earth, no, I shouldn’t call it in illness. It wasn’t killing humans, it was killing the earth, ya, the earth. Scientists have classified it as a moss, a deadly moss. Its a light shade of green, and is soft at the touch, it is always moist, and can change colors to match it surroundings. We call it neonon (pronounced neo-non). It strikes the earth (and man made structures) by growing a vine like plant out of the ground and covering the structure in mounds of neonon. We think there’s some kind of acid in it, because whatever gets in it dissolves, leaving nothing there, as if they’re where nothing there ever. It destroys everything and anything, and it just about destroyed everything on earth. Accept Stargazer, the space ship that took us Tonix, the new planet, and home for survivors of the neonon attack.
So that was my first school assignment. If you enjoyed that piece of writing, please leave a comment, otherwise this will most likely be left in the dust of my busy life of acting, swim, and school.