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Here is my short story 'Sudden Powers', presented in 3 acts. This piece of writing will also include a short epilogue I didn't have time to work in.
A Few Days Later... It is around Tuesday or Wednesday, and Dan, Art and Angie are once again walking home from school.
Art: Gotta say, school wasn't that hard today.
Angie: I’ll admit that. So Dan, any plans for the rest of the day?
Dan uses his powers to telekinetically carry a leaf about: I might just hang out at my house, see if you two wanna come as well.
Art (in an almost sheepish manner): If it’s possible, could there be a chance of watching another Studio Ghibli film? Dan cracks a smirk: Nice to see you enjoyed Sunday’s. I could put up anoth-
He-HEY! (Dan pauses, the leaf stopping merely a few feet (inches?) off the ground. His face slightly turns back, confirming who it is.) Hey, Dork!
Dan instead snorts, and walks up ahead, the leaf and Art’s ball being carried away in his wake. He even hums a small snippet of music from a Studio Ghibli film.
Art (after sticking his tongue out): No luck next time, jerk! Angie: Dan, wait up!
The ending shot is of Dan walking off on the sidewalk (drawn slanting upwards to the left), with Angie and Art running after him to catch up. The words ‘The End’ appear.
Total amount of frames: 158. Snippets of music hummed by Dan: 'What's the Use of Feeling (Blue)?' from Steven Universe, created by Rebecca Sugar; the main theme from Castle In The Sky, created by Hayao Miyazaki, with some tracks the theme is heard in including 'The Girl Who Fell From the Sky', 'The Destruction of Laputa', and 'Kimi wo Nosete' (or 'Carrying You' when translated into English).

This is where the special thanks would go!  I’m assuming they will be a little longer this week, therefore, I designed extra space for them. If there is far more description and special thanks then there is space, this entire box becomes scrollable.

Special Thanks:

Andrew Beckett



Sudden Powers Acts 1-3

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