The reply for the probationary Moon Maiden. English > first page, Chinese > second.
A probationary Moon Maiden writes a letter seeking help with one of her red strings. English > first page, Chinese on the second.
Unsurprisingly, Li Jiu Lu was restricted of her 'personal freedom'. This always happens after every parents teacher meeting and Jiu Lu was long used to it. After school, there was an hour of self-study before she headed to a small shop in Bai Hua Road to grab something to eat. She then rushed to her … Continue reading Tattooed Whales Chapter 14
The two decided to meet at 5 and settled for seafood. The shop was just beside Black Dragon's Restaurant. After finding a seat near the windows, Chi Jian ordered right away without any sense of hesitation. After ordering dishes for himself, he gave Jiu Lu the menu. "What do you feel like having?" Jiu Lu … Continue reading Tattooed Whales Chapter 13
With clear piercing eyes, Jiu Lu stared at Chi Jian. "Where's the surprise?" Chi Jian's fists tightened unconsciously. He coughed and tried to shrug off the matter at hand. "... ..." After a while of silence, Jiu Lu shook off his hand and walked back. "Where're you going?" "To pay." Chi Jian caught up in … Continue reading Tattooed Whales Chapter 12
Li Jiu Lu did not want to trouble him and rejected his offer. Chi Jian however, had already began to walk out with his cigarette and his jacket. By the time Jiu Lu finished fixing her clothes, paid for the tattoo, Chi Jian was already sitting on his bike waiting for her. The bike's engine … Continue reading Tattooed Whales Chapter 11
Jiu Lu shrugged off her backpack, rested it on the chair and sat down obediently beside it. The shop was initially very quiet. She looked around and ended up studying each of the designs displayed on the wall. After a while, electric whirring noises could be heard from the room, and occasionally, low moans from … Continue reading Tattooed Whales Chapter 10
This novel is not a scary story - don't be misled by this chapter.
A week had passed but the rumour from the third class in the third year was still making its way around school. The rumour speaks of Mo Ke Yan, the new popular transfer student. Allegedly, she had lost a bet to Ma Xiao Ye, the extremely outgoing student in the same class. As a result, … Continue reading Tattooed Whales Chapter 8
As raindrops landed on the worn windows on the second floor, it started to form its own stream and flowed naturally downwards. It had been raining non-stop today and it appeared to have grown even bigger; the sound of rain was almost loud enough to cover the noise from the party. As Ma Xiao Ye … Continue reading Tattooed Whales Chapter 7