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Let Me Tell You A Story (What TDP Really Means)

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By Xx_Rini_xX Send DollMail
Created: 2013-02-22 14:22:09 All stories by Xx_Rini_xX
Let me tell you a story.

Now, this story isn't a fantasy or a romance, not even a horror or thriller. In fact this story may not even be remotely interesting to the average reader. However this story is important to YOU.

"Why?" You might ask.

Well this story is important because you decide to post here, to read these stories, and to be a part of something, no matter how small it is.

Once upon a time there was a grand Palace! It was covered with blue and pink decorations and very warm and inviting. This palace was overflowing with people, mostly of a younger age. However the community and heart of the palace was the library, or as many people liked to call it, "The Story Section."

Here is where anyone could publish anything and it was kept in a vast library. Stories lined the shelves and readers flocked in to read them. Many writers themselves spent their days there, conversing with writers, helping others and sometimes creating contests for fun.

This palace was called The Doll Palace!

Slowly the younger occupants of the palace started to move to more modern and age appropriate places such as facebook, youtube, or just didn't have the time to come and visit the palace anymore. The flow of younger occupants dwindled and the palace started to get old and dusty. The palace seemed to be long forgotten and well off the beaten path.

However some teenage travelers, once residents of the palace, set out to find it again, expecting the busy crowded palace they always loved. Unfortunately the palace was almost bear and deserted.

Quickly they moved in, trying to restore what they could. Most of them were writers and made their home in The Story Section. The wrote new stories, even though there were only a few amount of people reading them. They also read over old stories of theirs and chuckled at how bad they were, but thanked the palace because their writing grew here.

These people became like a small family, recreating the feel that the palace once had. Slowly more and more people started to join, myself included. They were all the same, people who returned.

These people called themselves several things, but Story Sectioners were among the top. They learned to grow as writers together, giving each other constructive criticism and ideas. When they weren't writing they were being crazy, traveling and creating havoc. The Doll Palace was their world. A place where they were free to create whatever they wanted, and they tried to restore it's beauty.

However many yearned for bigger things, or had things to do in the outside world of the palace. Some go to college and only visit the palace when they can. Others are dealing with high school and being in musicals and plays. Others needed to get their writing out there to the masses. Another had dreams of drawing and painting the world.

These people slowly left, one by one, leaving their stories and legacy behind. They were amazing people and it's a shame to see them go. However they have grown so much thanks to the palace and because of each other. These people still keep in touch, some more than others, but they will always have a place for The Doll Palace in their hearts.

To them the Palace was a home. We have outgrown that home, but it is still a special place.

That's why I, Tink McTigerlily, also known as Erin, would like to pass the Palace off to the younger generation of writers and trust that they will take care of our special home and grow just like we have.

You may still see some of us around, popping in from time to time, or some may still stay for a while, but you are TDP's future. TDP is in your hands.

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South Georgia And The South Sandwich Islands
All My Stories
Posted On: April 19, 2013

All My Stories
Posted On: April 17, 2013
Wow, its been forever since I was last here. And tbh, I am reworking a few of my old story ideas privately xD as well as working on a few new things as well xD

Good times I had here. Some very good times.

United Kingdom
All My Stories
Posted On: March 25, 2013
Oh, to relive the olden days...

Jefferson City, MO
All My Stories
Posted On: February 24, 2013
It's sad to say, but it's true. TDP has lost a LOT of occupants. Although I rarely come to the story section, I do like reading stories and posting a few of my own. Most of my time spent on TDP, is in the forums or contest section. I wish I was around when things were livelier. I look back at the views (in the forums) to where there may have been 8,000 people online at one moment, and now although there may be a lot of guest the highest amount of members is somewhere in the low double digits. Some of it may be due to Jessica's inactivity. I just wish there was someone who loved TDP enough to take it's ownership and get this site popular again.
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