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Well this is a story for BriannasBooks' Christmas contest. I hope it came out alright because it was really hard to write under a 2000 word limit. I thought it was quite a lot, but turns out not really... Anyway, enjoy :D
Sierra Web is a twelve, almost thirteen, year old girl who has been broken and abandoned. At such a young age, she has experienced more tragedies and heartbreak than anyone ever should. Everyday she wishes to be adopted, but nobody seems to want her. Why would anybody want a preteen who...
This is a true short story I wrote for my Pre-AP English II class, for the prompt "When I was young...". This is a true story from when I was very young at my family ranch, and deals with my having been adopted at a very infant age and never having met my birth parents.
This book is about a little boy named Artem who is up for adoption in Moscow, Russia. Then one day two people come in and adopt Artem and later named him Sean.
Short Story | Updated Aug 14, 2013 | Reads: 34 | Comments: 2 | Likes: 4
By Alfred Thames
Thinking is not driven by answers but by questions. Had no questions been permitted to be asked by those who seek knowledge, it signals the tragic end of wisdom, understanding and insight of the seeker. And, of course, an end to knowledge itself.Â Every declarative statement of truth is an...
By Lucero Marie
A personal Autobiography of the life of Joan-Marie Lucero Montoya.
By Albert Grayson
If there is a drive in an individual to know the truth, it begins by the recognition of the importance of knowing that truth. Doubts and uncertainties can become a driving force in our quest for truth. This drive is focused through questions that the seeker formulates and then seeks to find the...
Ryan and Sarah go to a summer concert, Madeline catches Kyle buying alcohol for underage kids and Shelly freaks out Mayor Sarandon with her ambitious plans for their relationship
The bond between a mother and her baby can be the strongest in the world. But what happens when a teen mom is forced to give her baby up for adoption? Through many letters to her unborn baby, Mary-Anne Baker explains a little bit of her life and feelings. This is an entry for Sphynx's Photo...
This is chapter one of my first novel on here. I was sitting down and this was the thought of the first novel I should share with you guys. I wrote something similar to this but ripped it up. Its basically the same plot, settings, and characters. Just more details and etc. Well, Please read on :)
Novel | Updated Jun 12, 2013 | Reads: 20 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
If you've lived a hard life, and you've seen it all, you'd understand why Shaine is the way she is. Facing trauma, and robbed of her innocent mind at a young age. Relying on strangers her entire life, and then coming to the realization she is a stranger to herself. Scared and lost, she is thrown...
By Deanna Kahler
Follow one woman's incredible and heartfelt journey from the pain of miscarriages to the joy of becoming a parent through adoption. It's a story of hope, fear, turmoil and triumph. Witness the many struggles that can permeate your life in the aftermath of pregnancy loss. Take a glimpse at the...
"The Kids", "Lynn's Brats", and "Those Fricking Stoners", are just some of the names they've earned for themselves in their small town. The Kids don't care-they might be mostly in their twenties now, and grown, but all they need is each other. They take care of their own. When your friends are...
By Annette Brown
A gritty thriller following the fate of a child sold into child slavery and those who risk everything to save her.
Her life in tatters and emotionally scarred, Sarah Baker makes her way to Ethiopia. Her aim is to teach children less fortunate than those in her classroom in London and rebuild...