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By Zoe Franklin
First chapter excerpt from self-published novel, If Butterflies Could See.
Meet Sophia: Shy yet precocious, charming though self-obsessed, privileged but sad, your otherwise typical nineteen-year-old Brown University student. About to start her second year of college, tragedy hits when her...
By Tristan Miles
Imogene has always followed her mom's rules. She's always made her bed and washed her dishes. She's never stayed out late or gone to wild parties. But, quite frankly, she's tired of it. So, when she hatches a crazy plan to run away with a boy she barely knows, it's not very like her. She sets...
By Angie Lynch The Rainbow Writer
A.J. Caputa is a hard working, single mother to her four year old daughter, Emilie. With her little girl by her side she thought she had everything she could ever need- a good job, great family, close friends.
And then she met Sam.
Sam turned her life upside down, without even trying, when...
Keo, Van, and Leigh have been best friends since college. When their individual lives start becoming too much, they know they can come together redefining what it means to be a family.
Nathan Hundt is... well, not normal, but relatively human as far as anyone can be. His life has always been somewhat strange, though it was never stranger than the night when a man floated down from the sky to his window and promised him, as "Prince of Space", to whisk him away on his 19th...
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Reeling from her sister's recent Death in Absentia status, Eli Malcom retreats to the Welsh countryside to join the revered Aneurinâ€™s Diverse Sixth Form of the Future so she can get away from the burdens of her past. However, when bizarre murders begin in such a peaceful rural area, Eli...
By Matthew Bissonnette
A work of non fiction under my pen name William Pierce about five brothers and manhood.
It is a story about falling in love for a person deeply troubled by personal demons.
By Judy Balan
Hilarious, thought-provoking and entirely re-readable, it's the book every tween, teen and mentally-14 grownup must read! If you're looking for a book that will take your mind off your problems, you're on the right page. Nina will not only get you to see the humour in your chaos, she will...
By Hanna Nicol
From the day we are born our lives are planned and structured by a set of pre-determined expectations that society expects us to fulfil. Go to school, graduate, go to university, graduate, get a job, pay the rent, buy a car, get married, have kids, buy a house, pay your mortgage, retire...and...
When sixteen year old Ava Wilson dies, she learns she's been doomed to spend eternity in purgatory.
But there's a loophole.
She has seven days left on which she can roam the earth. Seven days to make amends. Seven days to escape her fate.
I spread the dreams under your feet. Step Softly. As you are treading on my dreams.
My story, expected to be in around 5 parts.
By Mary Brown
Suzy Thompson is perfectly ordinary in every way. Her looks, talent; never particularly shines. She believes this defining fact ensures she's unique, that she has found herself through her complete normalcy. Soon she discovers that sometimes an ordinary life can produce something extraordinary...
Life is confusing for seventeen-year-old Billy. Like any good Protestant lad from Ulster, he believes in God...but questions why the Prodestants and Catholics are killing each other in his name. Still a Virgin, he likes the idea of sex-no worries there-but hasn't quite figured out whether he's...