A story in 6 wordsWords make sentences.Sentences make stories.
Nameless Fanfic"I didn't know you wanted to leave me." Mia pointed on the job advertisements on the page of the paper which Phoenix was reading."No! I'd never want to leave you! I was looking for a lawyer." He pointed to another section on the page."A lawyer? Here is one, right in front of you.""Not you. Someone else.""Why?""Nothing really..." He knew it was useless to lie to Chief, so he just avoided the question. "How are you today, Chief?""Trying to change the topic, aren't you?" That was too obvious... "So, why are you looking for a lawyer?""You know about Edgeworth, don't you?""Yes? You aren't...""Yes I am. I still trying to contact him. But he doesn't answer my calls and my letters... So, now I want to try it in another way.""You are going to ask a lawyer to meet up with him?" That was chief, always thinking one step ahead."Not necessarily. I just want someone who meets him in court." "Hmm, I don't see why you can't use me...""Because that would be too obvious! He probab
The last letter"Has any of you seen Zoe lately?" Jonathan looked around at his friends."No, I haven't. Why do you ask?" answered Louise."Hmm, nothing. I received an e-mail from her.""What did she say?" Typical for Louise. Just getting straight to the point."Nothing. That's what was so weird.""Maybe she sent it just by accident? You never know with her.""Yeah, maybe...""Why are you so disturbed about it?""I don't know..." That was one big fat lie. Jonathan knew why he was so disturbed about it. He and Zoe had an appointment about sending empty e-mails. They could only be sent in an emergency."Only send the mail when we are in an emergency, 'kay?""Of course, Zoe."And when they are send, go to the other within three days. Can we make an appointment about that?""Of course, Zoe. But why do you ask?""Nothing really. I just wanted to make this sure."They had this conversation one week ago. Three days ago the mail arrived. Jonathan knew it was time to go to Zoe's house."I have to go.""To wher