Anabelle embarks on a journey with her new friend Tamaki to help find her lost best friend. However, things take an eerie twist.
Anabelle revists her uncle, aunt and cousins and takes the time to reconnect with them. Feeling good about herself she makes one final visit to an old friend.
Anabelle teaches her siblings the importance of family bonding and enstiles love and understanding, and the act of appreciating one another.
Anabelle experiences her second day at the Rue residence and is ecstatic by the overall comfort and welcoming she has received. She gets comfortable with her siblings and step mother Rakaya Rue and begins to share her feelings freely to them. She is taught a vital lesson of life: Only you can hold you back.
NADITE 17th 1995 INT. THE EVERARDUS RESIDENCE, JANET’S ROOM – MORNING [ Janet’s perspective ] Ah. Today I rise to another day of no Anabelle. It’s been so long since I had a normal day without someone pestering me every moment. Oh how I’m glad I’m not in her shoes. The day I heard that […]
Days turn into months. Months turn into years. I sit here on my bed in the dark with a reading lamp on. I cuddle up underneath my duvet to warm myself from the cold atmosphere. I sit here contemplating about my life. Where is it going? What am I doing? What do I want to […]
INT. PRISON CELLBLOCK A, CELL — MORNING DAY 3 – PRISON CELL – 15th NADITE 1995 Anabelle is up early but remains in her bed staring at the ceiling Another day. I’m alive at least. I am grateful. ANASTASIA: “Morning.” Ana is awake… already. She must be an early bird. ANABELLE: “Morning.” I have a […]
INT. PRISON CELLBLOCK A, CELL – MORNING DAY 2 – PRISON CELL – 14TH NADITE 1995 A day has gone out of… many more to come. A sudden loud noise of a bell through a PA system and patrolling officers shouting in command— OFFICER JUSTINE CAMERON: (shouting) “Rise and shine inmates!” Ow… Arg… W-what time […]
After the murder of Camila Hamilton, a popular high school student of Rodchester Private School of Higher Learning, Anabelle is found guilty of first degree murder. She is sentenced to 35 years in the Phoenix Penitentiary State Prison. During her sentence Anabelle has a hard time getting comfortable with her surroundings and does whatever it takes to blend in and stay out of trouble. However, her other half doesn't play nicely towards villainous and reckless inmates.
Loesis 5th 1995 Hello Cam, If you are present or at least listening –then I would like to know– then I am at least somewhat glad to hear from you again. At the same time I am very shaken by this. How are you able to communicate through my diary? If it is you. I […]