Sophie and Howl “Sophie!” Howl called, running down the stairs and nearly tripping. “Cariad!” He stumbled into the living room and saw Calcifer and Markl, but no Sophie. Markl was scarfing down a hastily made sandwich as he scribbled furiously on a piece of parchment. Calcifer was dozing lightly under a small pile of half-burnt logs. “Has anyone seen Sophie?” Howl asked, trying to keep worry out of his voice.More Like This
“I believe she went to the market,” Markl said through a mouthful of cheese and bread, barely looking up at the wizard. Howl quirked an eyebrow and sat in front of the hearth.
“Whatever for?” he asked, crossing his bare feet in front of Calcifer. The demon snorted and scooted back underneath his logs, getting as far from his feet as possible. Markl barely heard him and continued on with his wo
Howl's Moving Castle Fanfic Chp. 9The days went on and turned into weeks, which turned to months. All the while, things continued as they normally would. Everybody would get up in the morning and have breakfast. Sophie would go and work in the flower shop. She'd go in between the shop and the portal to the flower field. Gathering and placing flowers as she went back and forth. Howl would help Markl with his spells, and then he would go up to his room or out through the portal to do whatever it was he had to do. Calcifer would just laze about and gripe as usual. They would all have lunch together, and then Sophie would go and close up the shop for a little while and clean the castle. The boys would either hang out together or do their separate things. They would all sit down in the evening and have supper, and after that they would all finish up and head to bed.More Like This
Nothing much had really changed, except for the growing size of Sophie's stomach, that is. She had steadily grown bigger in the past 4-5 months. She made regula