Sleep Tight: Chapter 1
The boy laughed.
It was a soft, quiet, content chuckle, filled with mischievousness and boundless love of fun. Anyone who heard it could not help but smile along. When he laughed, the world seemed to perk up and laugh with him.
His bright blue eyes—a stunning color with a pattern based around the pupil of a lighter, more electric blue that closely resembled a snowflake—were admiring his work, scanning it over for any potential errors. He knew he wouldn’t find any. He just liked to stop and take a good look at his creations now and again for his own enjoyment.
I think that’ll do it, he thought to himself as he watched a new arm of white frost swirl into existence on the window before him, sprouting from the place where he had placed the pale tip of his right index finger just moments before. He chuckled again. The frost border, with all of its icy components, was just to his liking.
But now what was he supposed to do? The window had saved him from h