Seastars Shine - Mermaid TransformationSeastars Shine - Mermaid Transformation2 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
The sea, as anyone will tell you, is a place of mystery. Of change, charm, and challenges. Change: the magnificent way in which the water's workings astound us. Charm: the way the creatures of the deep can make us smile, then lurch back in terror. And Challenge: the difficulty in exploring it all, or even attempting to. To the people of the Candlelit Coast, the seastars were all three. Like a veil of glitter across the ocean water, the seastars were countless lights, shimmering upon the surface, bright enough to rival the stars of the sky. A yearly phenomenon, and to understand it was a Challenge, certainly, and its Charm went without saying.
But, malleable as the ocean is, even its most trusted constants can Change ... And for that, today, the seastars would make all the Change in the world.
The sun's light gleamed against the cove's walls and cliffs. The little nook among the stone was like a private pool to anyone who knew about it, and to anyone who wanted peace from the
Jillisa Mermaid Transformation StoryThe weekend had finely come for Jillisa. It had been a long hard week at the office and she needed a escape for the weekend, so she went to the beach. When she got there she found the beach crowded with people. Turned out that she was not the only one thinking of the beach this fine beautiful day in California. The boardwalk was not so crowded, and long the boardwalk were small shops or vendors with portable stands selling everything from cool pop to trinkets, to jewelry. Bored and disappointed at not finding a good spot in the sand to just lay out and enjoy the sun she browsed along checking out the different sellers, and what they had to offer. Jillisa stood out in the crowd of people walking along the boardwalk. Sure she was attractive with full breast, shapely legs, long brown hair, and soft blue eyes, but what made her stand out was that she was one of those that loved the color pink. It was her favorite color. She wore a 2 piece pink bikini, pink flip flops, and carried a pink puJillisa Mermaid Transformation Story3 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
The Little Mermaid's Obession StoryThe Little Mermaid's Obession Story4 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
Darkness...that was all he could see. It all happened so fast, so sudden, but yet he fell into the trap. Who was his kidnapper? What was the trap? It all started when the young prince was out in front of his castle, on his personal beach taking a stroll. He had a lot to think about, since his marriage was to be the next day.
At the same time, the prince remembered meeting a beautiful young girl around his age with long dirty blond hair and aqua colored eyes in the same spot he was. Her long hair fanned out as she laid there in silence. It seemed as if the young girl was washed up and had no place to go. He took her in, cared for her, even allowed her to live with him...but she never spoke. Yesterday she disappeared from the castle, from his eyes...but he couldn't comprehend what had happened to her.
But here he was, remembering those times. He fought back, bringing his arms above his head and moving them frantically to bring himself above the water, back to shore. But that wasn't be, t
Maria and John: A Mermaid TransformationMaria and John: A Mermaid Transformation2 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
Maria’s long brown hair was blown across her face by the wind. By the cool sea breeze.
She didn’t bother brushing it aside.
No, she had far too much on her mind. Too much, and so she had thought the beach would be a quiet, calming place to be. But if the shouting, screaming, laughing voices of the beach-goers were any indication, she was wrong. She thought the voices were as irritating as the cold gale. Why are there people here at all, on a day as windy as this? Just because summer was on its way didn’t mean people had to be down on the beach, rain or shine.
She walked across the sand, tugging her orange jacket tight around her. She didn’t plan to go swimming. Not today.
I wonder how I did. The last of her exams were done, and she would receive her results soon. Why can’t I stop thinking about them? It’s a good thing I’ll get them soon – the suspense would kill me over summer – but . . . what if I failed? What if I
The SirenI approached the swelling tides and as I neared the black waters they came to a quiet stillness.The Siren2 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
My clothing evaporated into a fading vapor and unveiled pale skin afore the instant my bare
toes met with the warmth of the sea’s kiss. I walked deeper into the soothing embrace and
felt the flesh of legs and feet give way to ebony scale and fin. I let my eyes fall to a close and
lowered my head beneath the moonlit surface, parting my lips to a silken caress. I calmly
breathed in the soft flow and opened silver eyes to sunken depths.
And it was in that moment that silence was broken by haunting song.
Submerged Chapter 1Submerged Chapter 13 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
The wind threw sand in my face, stinging my eyes and my cheeks. The blistering sun was beating down on my shoulders and I could feel the heat bare down on me. The smell of the salty sea was noxious, but enjoyable. I looked around me, squinting under the suns glare, and saw all of the people swimming, laughing, and walking the surf. The beach was alive today, and the weather celebrated with pure blue skies that went on forever. The crashing waves were like applause and the water washing my toes tickled pleasantly.
I was wadding through the water, feeling the cold water against my legs, and enjoying this time away. I couldn't think of a better vacation time. The middle of summer and a gorgeous beach to hang out on. My parents were away on business and wouldn't be back for another week. Until that time, I got to enjoy the beach myself. It's not that I didn't love my mom and dad, but there are times when I just need to get away and this was that time. I looked up the beach and breathe
Opheli the MerboyOpheli the Merboy3 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
It didn't take him much time to realize his legs were no longer of service. Opheli didn't know the dangers of lurking in the warm waters near the coast of South Korea, despite his mother and father's warnings to not venture out into the deep sea. He was angry when he made that poor decision. His parents had told him to stay away from the tides while he watched his peers diving and exploring the open beach.
He was tired of it. Tired of his parents keeping him from doing what he was interested in. Why could everyone else do what they pleased but he? Without thinking, he ran into the ocean and dove in, stripping himself of his garments in the process. Swimming deeper and deeper into the sea, he couldn't help but notice a strong pain in his legs as they stopped responding and paralyzed.
He tried to gasp, but only for the salted water of the ocean to fill his lungs. He choked and gagged, trying desperately to move his legs to the surface but to no avail. Then his legs were moving...toward e
Beating the summer's heatBeating the summer's heatBeating the summer's heat3 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
By The Shadow Demon
(Women into mermaid)
"God I hate this weather!" Heather moans whipping away the sweat from her brow as the air conditioner in the apartment was broken causing her and her room mate and best friend Samantha to feel the heat.
"Hate the landlord for not fixing the air conditioner!" Samantha said using her hand as a fan to cool herself down as she sits next to her friend.
"When did he say he'll get around to it again?" Heather asks.
"About two weeks ago!" Samantha moans.
"God, there's got to be something to beat this heat!" Heather explains standing up whipping off the sweat off her face.
"We got no air con, we're roaming around with just a bra and undies and unless you want to attempt to jump into the fridge's freezer we got nothing else!" Samantha explains.
"Well I wish we could just beat this heat!" Heather growls.
"Yeah well if wishers were horses " Samantha began to say before a knock on their door cause the two to turn it.
"Just a mi
Novus Vita - Chapter 1It's a nice day outside. The sun is shining, the birds are singing and there's a slight breeze in the air. How's that for a clichéd, picturesque Spring day? It looks nice. Shame I'm stuck on the other side of the window I'm staring out of at school. At least this is the last class of the day and I can go soon. Just another 30 minutes of droning English left. I sighed.Novus Vita - Chapter 15 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
My name is James. I'm 17 years old, brown hair, blue eyes, blah, blah, blah. I'm what you would call a stereotypical Australian high school student. At least for now. This is the last week of high school for me, ever. It's only Monday so there's still a bit I have to get through.
Thirty minutes passed slowly. Most of the time I just glanced at my notebook and tried to pay attention, which did not work because I'm so distracted by the classroom window and how beautiful the outside world appears through it. After I lost concentration, I looked up at the clock and tried to work again. This happened every minute until re
Jungle RushLizard and Snake TF.Jungle Rush4 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
The Amazon jungle seemed to begin to wrap its long vines and leaves around Amy, as she made her way through it, swinging at the branches in front of her with her machete. Amy was just on a simple vacation in the Amazon Jungle with her husband, Mitch. Mitch and her have been married for about 20 years, and never once until now, gone on a single vacation. For years, the two of them have been putting money aside for their vacation, getting a second job and working overtime at some points. After they collected enough cash to go, they took it.
The reason why they would choose such an exotic place is due to the fact Amy has always had a large passion for reptiles. Lizards, snakes, you name it. Mitch on the other hand, hated these creatures. He was disgusted just by the mere site of one, with their smooth, cold scales and their long tongues. Just the thought of it made him shiver. "Come on babe, can't we make our way back to the lodge? I'm getting a ton of mosquito bites
The Change The thorny bushes and thick underbrush tugged at her clothes as the girl sprinted through the forest. Her breath came in ragged gasps, and a dull throb started in her ribs. She ran blindly, forgoing the marked trails and heading as far into the dark forest as she could. She was terrified. The terror she felt caused a surge of adrenaline to rush through her veins, sending her flying even faster through the trees.The Change6 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
It was close. It was so very close. The thing she dreaded most was almost upon her. She could feel it in her blood and her limbs. She could see it in her speed and agility. She could smell it with her heightened senses, hear it from the fearful noises of the animals around her. Her speed increased with the pounding of her heart.
The girl ran on, deeper and deeper into the thick trees. She glanced up through the trees and groaned as a portion of the sky lightened behind the
Under The MoonlightUnder The MoonlightUnder The Moonlight6 years ago in Fantasy More Like This
(girl to wolf)
Gasping for air and covered in sweat, Olivia awoke from a gruesome nightmare. In it she saw images of broken bodies, bloody corpses of her family and friends. She briefly saw a wolf like creature in the nightmare. She tried and tried to shake the images out of her head, but to no prevail they flashed over and over again. She couldnt seem to go back to sleep. Even when she felt drowsy she would hear beast like snarls or howls outside her window. They didnt sound like a typical dog, but like hell if she was going to go investigate. The grumbles and strange noised carried on until about three a.m, and then once the light started to pour over the horizon. The whole night she got only four hours of sleep. When her mom knocked on the door to get her up, she was surprised to see Olivia awake and so tense. Honey, what is wrong?. I didnt get enough sleep and for some reason im sore all over.. Aw, I
MoreThe crisp autumn leaves cracked and crinkled against the pavement as happy shouts and joyful giggles of delight were a chorus among the air.More2 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
Oh how I love this night,where every trick is MY treat
Standing by an old gnarly oak, dressed in a long black dress with wavy ends and straight black hair was a woman who's smooth skin glowed in the moonlight. Vanessa, the whispers called her. She was always seen as a bit odd or unsettling, only coming out rarely to shop or meditate in the mountains on foggy nights, always dressed in black and always on her own in an old creaky house. There where whispers that weird creepy Vanessa knew magic.
And those whispers would be true, and on nights like this, especially Halloween night, were a time for creepy weird Vanessa to have fun if her own. One wouldn't call her, say a witch if hey knew what was in their best interests, but there were times Vanessa didn't mind such a term. But on is night she didn't prey on the youthful innocents f
Draconic Traits"If you have so many dragon-like traits, does that mean you ARE one? Does that mean you ARE a dragon?"Draconic Traits7 years ago in Fantasy More Like This
These questions ran through 16 year old Josh's mind. His friends had always said he was like a dragon, even earning him the nickname "Dragon Boy" among his group of friends. Regardless of his nickname, Josh himself loved dragons. Even at 16, he had always wished he could meet one. Oddly enough, Josh could actually sympathsize more with dragons than with most humans.
Some of Josh's "dragon-like" traits were the fact that he was a loner. He didn't have many friends. The reason for his having so little friends was because he was very skeptical about new people, even more so than most others. He also hated being around a lot of people. Whenever he was in a large group, even if it wasn't that many people, he always felt too cramped. His parents and teachers thought he may possibly have had some form of autism.
Josh lay on his bed, his left arm under his head as he threw a tennis ball into
Unexpected ResultsAn A-Z TF Alphabet: Letter AUnexpected Results2 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
"What's this town coming to," Alyssa said to herself as she walked the desolate streets back toward her house, "Half the stores are closed, and the other half don't have what I need. I mean, seriously, it should not be this hard to find ant spray."
As she continued her trek, defeated, she couldn't help but think about what awaited her at home. The early and intense Spring thaw had made it nice enough to not only walk outside without a jacket and cause the flowers to bloom beautifully even though it was only late February, but it had also caused the insects to reemerge from their underground slumbers...and unfortunately for her, it seemed as though a colony of ants had decided to use her home as a supermarket. It seemed as though the problem applied to more than just her, because the exterminators were all booked solid for weeks.
It didn't help the situation that Alyssa was terrified of bugs. It didn't matter what kind they were, if they h
The Melting Point of No Return(Puddle, Mirror, Melting TFs)The Melting Point of No Return11 months ago in Short Stories More Like This
The Potion Place. It was a ridiculous name that brought to mind bad Disney-Halloween children's movies. Most people walked right past the tiny hole-in-the-wall business, dismissing it as scams and hippie nonsense. But not Lexi. Long ago, her friend Caroline had shown her how real it was. Caroline had turned into a mirror. Right in front of Lexi's very eyes.
Lexi thought back to that day the summer before college had started. Caroline had snuck some of the potion from her mother (and later was punished for weeks). “It turns you into a talking mirror. You know, like in 'Snow White'?”
“Right, Caroline. Right,” Lexi had retorted. “That stuff will probably kill you, and it's illegal for you to drink anyway. It says right there on the bottle, 'for use of persons 18 and up'.”
Jurassic Park IV: A Raptor TFThe following contains material about a human being being transformed into an animal, and minor foul language. Reader discretion is advised.Jurassic Park IV: A Raptor TF5 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
October 24, 2015, 0630 Hours.
Doctor Stephanie Daniels awoke to the sound of a buzzing alarm. She reached over, and dropped her hand on the "Snooze" button. Ten minutes later, the alarm went off again. "Uhhhhhh.... Monday already...?" She moaned into her pillow. Leaning up, and putting her feet on the floor, she stood up. Stretching her arms out, she walked into her bathroom. Starting up the water in the shower, she proceeded to undress and step inside the shower.
A small time later, Stephanie exited the bathroom, fully groomed, and proceeded out of her quarters. Walking down the hall, she ran into a few fellow colleagues on the way to her office. Greeting them accordingly, the Doctor opened the door to her office by keying in the code on the small keypad next to the door. Walking inside, she found a letter placed on her desk. Opening it curiously
Cinderella TransformedCinderella TransformedCinderella Transformed5 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
By Digital Circe
(woman to wolf transformation)
Story warning: graphic violence, nudity
Cinderella was a beautiful girl, blessed with bright blue eyes, soft golden hair, and a brilliant smile. She was not vain, but demure and honest. And once upon a time, she was happy. She was born Elise Trestakk, and her father had been a successful and well-to-do merchant. Her mother had died in childbirth, but in those days of magic, her father had secured for her a fairy godmother to give the girl comfort and strength. The child was unaware of the arrangement, but the fairy was there, spreading her wings over the radiant girl as she sat by her mother's grave under a willow tree, both keeping their own silent vigil.
Her father had sought to speed away her tears, and give her closer family than servants for those long absences when he was off on business to another city or country. To that end, while abroad he m
Life As A Dragoness Ch 1 My name is Sarah. You can call me Sassy. My life as an 18 year old is pretty normal- well normal for someone with autism. Once in a while I would like some adventure in my life. But then my life with autism seems pretty adventurous. Then one Saturday afternoon I found myself in an adventure much bigger than my life with autism.Life As A Dragoness Ch 14 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
It was a Saturday afternoon. When I was done watching television I went to work on some homework. Luckily, my friend Lyndsey called and asked to go on a bike ride. My parents said it was okay. I grabbed my backpack and went to get my bike. I sped off to meet her at the park.
“Hey Sarah, wanna go check out that abandoned school on the other side of the park?”
“I am not sure about that…” I replied.
“Oh come on!” said Lyndsey.
“Well…okay…”I said nervously.
Acid RainAcid RainAcid Rain1 year ago in Short Stories More Like This
The nuclear plant lay in sight of the window, looming over the school that lay close-by, serving as a nice distraction to students who wanted to escape their studies for just a moment.
One boy in particular was seated right up against the glass, reserving his full attention to the concrete spires as it billowed out a steady stream of super-heated steam.
An aged voice called out to him, severing his attention. "Ben, could you tell me the date of the bombing of Hiroshima?"
Bringing his attention forward, Ben was brought back into reality. Society and Environment, more specifically History. A slight twinge of guilt went through him as he realised that he was in trouble. "Sorry, sir. I don't know."
"Then stop staring out that window and pay attention. World War Two was a vital part of history and you'd better learn it."
"Yes sir," he said in resignation. "Sorry sir."
Mildly satisfied, the teacher turned back to the board, scribbling words on the whiteboard leaving him to look bac
The snipers' new lifeSunrise; that was a good time for killing people.The snipers' new life8 years ago in Fantasy More Like This
You see I am sniper, and that I day I was sent with my partner Kent to kill someone. Not just a regular someone we were going to kill the general of the Soviet Union army. If we have success the cold war was going to end.
In that moment we were lying in the grass, slowly moving toward the abandoned city of Tjalinograd. We knew that general Kazrief was in the city, preparing his troops for a raid against the United States .that was our only chance to kill him.
Watch out Kane soldiers up ahead
I looked trough my binocular and I saw two soldiers walking toward our position.
Ok take down the one on the right
I carefully aim for the left ones head, and I took him down with one quick headshot; Kent killed the other one just a second later.
Ok lets move
We stood up, and started walking slowly toward the first buildings of the city.
Sniper on the
TF High 1TF High Chapter One: A Small ProblemTF High 16 years ago in Science Fiction More Like This
It had been a long swimming practice and Toby Smalls was wiped out. He sat in the locker room waiting for the other guys to leave before he came out to shower. It wasn't so much the fact that he didn't like the idea of taking off his clothes in front of other guys, though that was a close second.
It was more due to the fact that although being the same age as the rest of the swim team Toby Smalls was nearly a half foot shorter than anyone in the school. His parents and doctor assured him there was nothing to worry about, and that he would catch up later but that was almost a year ago. Nearly every day the other guys would make fun of him.
"Are you sure you should be on swim team Smalls?" They would ask, "After all the life guards might think a baby fell in." Toby wasn't one to argue so he had been hiding after practice for the past week. But today was different. When the guys came in this time they didn't shower but began talking instead.
"Did you h
Contractor: Cliche much?Contractor: Cliché much?Contractor: Cliche much?2 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
By The Shadow Demon
(Woman into mermaid)
The following is two requests in one, Lasserine request for me to turn a woman into a mermaid, Prettycure1fan wanted me to turn her and she didn’t care what so I figured two birds, one stone. Enjoy.
“Come on Natalie, push, push!” Natalie thought to herself as she paddles through the water as hard as she could, as she tries to beat her record but most of all to beat Yasmine’s time. At fifteen years, Natalie was the fastest in the swimming team that was until Yasmine came in, just a year younger then her Natalie and already on the swimming team for destroying Natalie’s personal record. As Natalie’s hand hit against the wall of the pool, she shot her head out of the water to look at the large clock on the wall to see she may have just broke her own record buy a few seconds but was no where near beating Yasmine’s time.
“Damn it!” Natalie cried out hitting her fist
Heather, A Mermaid TaleHeather, A Mermaid Tale2 years ago in Settings More Like This
Heather swam up the tunnel of what use to be a part of the New York City subway. She had been up these lines many times. Hell, this is the line that the unexpected change in her life happened. New York City, now underwater, like most coastal cities on the North and South American Continents, was abandoned by the ‘normal’ human beings. A year ago the sea levels unexpectedly rose, engulfing most modern cities on the coast of their respected continents within hours. However, that was not the most shocking part of the day. For reasons unknown, many thousands across the globe suddenly turned into mermaids or mermen once the water rushed inland and overtook them. About 1% of the population changed.
Heather was no different. She changed into a mermaid like others did. She was ashamed to be a mermaid for the first several months of being a mermaid, since it wasn’t a part of her upbringing to think about life outside of the box. Yet, once she found that being a