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By Pleasures Black
Poetry | Updated Apr 28, 2011 | Reads: 2 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 1
A man tries to burn down another man's house.
I was given the prompt, "It's really none of your business, but what are the neighbors up to?" Enjoy!
Short Story | Updated Mar 6, 2011 | Reads: 3 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 1
By Donna Cavanagh
A new hot tub has brought me peace and a little anxiety.
Response to The Super Duper 80's Challenge Prince When Doves Cry . a teen recalls murdering his mother and father
Destiny wants to be called ...
a key word in life ..
you are my destiny
I am sure this
you who need my attention
destiny says ..
Luke moved to the neighborhood and changed Nessa's life forever. What he didn't expect was that she would change his life too.
Luke was your average emo bad boy. Dark hair, piercing's, skinny jeans and all. While Nessa was your average 'power puff' girl, as Luke referred to her and all her...
By Donna Cavanagh
My neighbor used to have a husband. One day he was there, the next day he vanished.
After a horrifying split from Haley's boyfriend of five months because her own best friend lied to him about Haley, she meets Miranda and Mark Scott, her new neighbors.
Miranda becomes good friends with Haley, but Haley notices Miranda's twin brother, Mark. Did she really want Mark? Or was it...
Novel | Updated Apr 1, 2010 | Reads: 4 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 1
Meet Kailee Kamille.
Hyper, Outgoing but Shy, and Hopelessly Romantic.
Well at least when the new neighbors show up.
Then there's Sam.
Mysterious, Shy, and holding back secrets.
Not to mention Hot with a capital H.
He's always kept to himself, until Kailee bursts into his space bubble.
When strange humans from another city are brought into the town of Lakeshallow, a boy and his friend find it amusing to treat them like dirt. But little do they know, that the freaks are capable of so much more then being laughed at...
Novel | Updated Jan 17, 2010 | Reads: 3 | Comments: 2 | Likes: 1
Sometimes the little things that we hardly notice are the things that we should feel the most guilty about.
By Victoria Reid
Making peace, for the sake of the kids.
A family of six children and a family of four children come together one summer in a small town called Safford in Arizona. This is co-written with Cassie5296
I hope you enjoy!:)
(you will be reading from each characters POV)
In the burbs, sometimes you just wish your neighbor would vanish from the face of the planet.
Short Story | Updated Jul 2, 2009 | Reads: 3 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0