Kratan - I quite like in here; it's warm and comfortable.
Kutril - Me too. This is Angie's place, you know?
Katran - Yeah, The Penny Dreadful is great and she's too! Do you think she's as pretty as Aimee?
Kutril - I don't know; we've never met in person, remember?
Points to his own head.
Kutril - Besides, you shouldn't talk about 'her'. Uncle will have our skin if he knows about it.
Kratan, with dreamy eyes - I wonder how she looks like.
Kratan, with raised eyebrows - I know how Aim--
Slaps himself in the face.
Kratan - I'm talking about Angie, dumb-dumb.
Kutril - Oh.
Kratan, conspiratorially - I've heard that she can change into a tiger.
Kutril, looking at both sides - What? Why didn't you tell me she was dangerous!
Kratan - We don't know that.
Kutril - Here you come again with your P-whatever-word.
Kratan rolls his eyes; Kutril snorts and farts simultaneously.
Kutril, tapping his rumbling belly - Anyway, do you think they have goats here? 'Cause if they do, I could stay forever, tiger or no tiger.
Kratan, grinning - Let's check it out!
And so the trolls invaded The Penny Dreadful.
If you haven't heard of The Penny Dreadful I suggest you jump over there asap. It was created by Angie Capozello to resurrect the art of serial fiction. With an old fashioned look that remounts to the 1800's printed stories, the website is a platform to showcase the work of some very talented writers.
The thing is, TPD is not limited to literature. It's a fantastic project that includes comics, podcasts, chats with authors -- including, ahem, me, heh -- and it's opened to many forms of serial art.
Their generosity goes beyond creating a bookstore which revenue goes entirely to the authors. They (kind of) offered a home to Kratan and Kutril, the kind-hearted trolls that at this moment are running for their lives.
Nop, you did you not read wrong. If you're not acquainted with Kratan and Kutril, you should know that they're quite harmless folks, passioned about humans; not in the culinary sense, mind. They're curious about us and our big words. Goats, on the other hand...
You can read the whole thing through The Penny Dreadful, along with many other great stories. Have fun! :)