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Historical fiction

Wylie had always been a dreamer. Growing up in the small, rural town of Oakmont, she was often lost in her own thoughts, imagining a world beyond the one she was living in. One day, while exploring the nearby woods, she stumbled upon a mysterious old house.

The house was made of stone and had been abandoned for years. Its windows were boarded up and its door was locked, but Wylie was determined to find out what was inside. After a few hours of searching, she found an old key hidden beneath a pile of leaves.

Wylie excitedly unlocked the door and stepped inside. The house was filled with dusty furniture, old books, and cobwebs. In the corner of the room, she noticed a small chest. She opened it and found a diary, written by a woman named Abigail.

The diary detailed Abigail's life in the late 1800s. Abigail had been a brave woman who had faced many hardships, but had never given up on her dreams. Wylie was inspired by Abigail's courage and determination, and it made her realize that she could do anything she set her mind to.

Wylie decided to take the diary with her and use it to remind herself that anything was possible. She left the house and never returned, but the diary stayed with her for the rest of her life. Whenever she felt lost or discouraged, she would open it and read Abigail's story. It was a reminder that no matter how difficult life may seem, there is always hope.



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