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By Maynard Corndel
Philip Marlowe, private detective, takes on a case of plagiarism, but things gets ugly fast as a case of stolen lyrics leads to a bitter conflict of revenge. My emulation of the quintessential hard-boiled detective created by Raymond Chandler.
In a newly apocalyptic world, the young Dixon twins struggle to survive after being separated, left behind, and thought to be dead. Will they reunite with there divorced parents, Daryl and Charlotte, together or not at all? Will they both make it back to their group alive or as walkers? Will a...
Dealing with doubt and yet you live like everything is good with Christ makes you lukewarm. It makes you someone who uses the gospel for personal reasons and not live in what the gospel already says. It makes you fall away from Christ when hardships comes because you didn't allow the gospel to...
By Jessica Chandler
In a world we thought was our own, dwelling in the shadow's and waiting for their oppurtunity to attack are the true owners of our planet. They seek revenge for what was taken from them, and it lies in the hands of a gifted 16-year-old girl, Tori Sellers, to stop them. But remember - Some...
Chandler is shocked and confused when her absent brother, Isaac, invites her and her twin brother Parker to visit him in Canada. Forced to suck up her worries, she boards the plane to Canada where she meets a changed Isaac and his friendly intern Bryson. Will Chandler tough out the summer, or...
Includes Pregnancy and Relationship frustration.
Novel | Updated Nov 14, 2010 | Reads: 6 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
A/n: I hope everyone enjoys this! it's my first fanfic! BTW when I was thinking up names I was in the middle of drawing faeries, hence the name "Faerena" This is a fixed up version of chapter 1. I fixed up a few sentences here and there, but the biggest one was that I took away Renee's lisp b/c...
By Just Dead
I found this poem so moving that I had to put it on here. My friend Chandler wrote it for me. And now the world can see her talent.
Poetry | Updated Jul 9, 2007 | Reads: 2 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0