The Horror.

I was staring right into its eyes, just waiting for it to smash through the window. I looked around trying to see where to hide. A few seconds after, I saw the cupboard it was the  only place to hide, I dive in. After a few hours I slowly move out my heart pounding as I walk to the window it wasn’t there. I turned around running to door the black giant spider smashed the door right open. It came closer, it came closer until I grabbed the pole for my curtains and stabbed it. The next day, I was in the paper.

Taylor & Ellie.

One thought on “The Horror.”

  1. I really, really like the way you started this. It hooked me and kept me reading! I also liked your fronted adverbial and comma! Well done! (Merit).
    To make your work even better, double-check that you haven’t left out any important words. Re-read this part again:
    I turned around running to door the black giant spider smashed the door right open.

    Well done though folks, this is really exciting work.
    Mrs E.

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