Sarah was once an innocent girl, who loved Disney and wanted to be a Princess, growing up, until she started Elementary School, and had her first bake sale. It unleashed a side to her that she had never known; the competitive girl boss, with a penchant for excess.
Soon enough, she was baking her own brownies, and selling around her block. All was going well until the three brats (Sally, Lara, and Mo) came around and set up next to her. They were eating into her profits. She became super competitive but still got outnumbered by their friends, being the popular kids, but she promised from that day forward to never let anyone get the best of her ever again.
She wanted it all. She enjoyed collecting profits and even started setting money aside to start a hedge fund when she was older at the ripe age of 8.
Throughout elementary and High School, she did many jobs and saved up money. She started her own ventures on the side as well, with unique business ideas. When she was sixteen, she had enough aside to (mostly) pay for her own Sweet Sixteenth. She invited everyone except the Three Brats.
They were all having a good time, until the Mafia Boss’s son, Andrea joined them. He was looking for some fun. He spotted Sarah, dancing alone in her red dress, looking mighty fine. He smirked and began confidently approaching her. He stood beside her and seductively whispered into her ear:
“Hey, I heard you’re looking for a business partner. I can help you invest the money you saved earlier into a failproof venture… are you up for that?”
Sarah blushed. Her heart began to beat faster, and a smile appeared across her face. “Of course!”
Over the next five years, she garnered a following on Authortube, as she pretended to “plug” her book. She made 350 videos talking about marketing, writing, planning, etc. Andrea kept pumping money at her, and she kept spending it on everything from the channel to toe warmers for her chihuahua, Rat.
Her channel exploded, and she ventured onto TikTok as well. She published her first book The Mafia Himbo, and Moi which was met with many rave reviews. She wrote another and started to become addicted to it. Andrea started a published press called Ditsy Daisy and they started an empire.
She kept churning out generic, trite, and overly cliched romances with plots that were all generated half-drunk by an underdeveloped AI machine, but people didn’t seem to notice. They kept coming back for more and more. Sarah kept getting greedier, and Andrea did too.
Eventually, they began to tire out and slow down. The fans got angry and Sarah tried to pacify them. This went on for six months until they almost fell out. Ditsy Daisy was falling apart at the seams, until a scientist heard of their plight. He sold them 400 genetically modified Octopus with human brains and 16 tentacle hands that could write 400 books a day.
By the end of their first week, they were set for life. They had 160,000 fresh ideas. This went on for three months until the Octopus started to think to themselves (as they had human brains): Why are WE doing THIS for CHEAP? All they do is feed us, and they don’t pay us or give is time off!
Once all of them agreed and got angry, they stormed the Publishing Press and caused chaos. Then, they went after Andrea and the scientist. And then they got Sarah and locked her in a room for three days, with Bad Bunny on repeat (she couldn’t turn it off). She went crazy when the Octopus opened the door ran into a nearby forest, and bit a rabid raccoon, which caused her to foam at the mouth.
When she came back, the Octopus were waiting for her. They were all lined up, ready to tear her apart with machetes. She tried to run away but she couldn’t. They all swarmed her and took her out and that was the end of her. But the Octopus got their own business selling pies when they cloned a little bit of Sarah and turned that meat into beef, by genetically modifying it.
Sarah’s Pies is still the top business … and no one knows the truth behind it They all think that Sarah gave up publishing because of the stress and started a new venture.
The Octopuses wanna keep it that way