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Everybody knows that one parent at your 9 year old's rec soccer game who is yelling at the referee. Turns out there's a lot of those people and comedically through my past experiences I have something to tell those parents of youth sports.
Short Story | Updated Mar 2, 2014 | Reads: 47 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 1
Fiction: Novelette: A witty and life-inspiring story.
A witty but insightful narration of â€˜normalâ€™ and â€˜orderlyâ€™ cultural realisms of contemporary world, from the perspective of a young duffer. This duffer believes; a normal person should know how this...
Bonnie, age four, along with four of her siblings, was taken by force from her home in rural Canada and placed in the care of the Children's Aid Society. Over the next fourteen years, the children are split up and reunited multiple times, moving from foster home to foster home, always hoping to...
By Rodney Lacroix
"Perhaps I've Said Too Much" is the much anticipated follow-up to the heralded, award-winning "Things Go Wrong For Me."
In his second book, Rodney Lacroix continues to harass the reader with his dull wit and unique story-telling style. Complete with original hand-drawn artwork and graphics,...
This book is about the loss of my son and how I have managed to take such a tragedy and turn it into a positive way to help others. I want parents who have lost a child realize they are not going through this alone.
By Lady Stefluffy Of The Fluffies
The reason I may not post any writing is because often, it's very difficult for me to come up with a premise that I would like others to read. This is another creative writing assignment. Warning: some parts might be a little disturbing, and all of this is fictional and anything similar to a...
By Henry Duthler
This is the story about holding it all together, when everything falls apart. It's about standing up when everything is trying to knock you down. It's about being what others need you to be, when you have no idea how to even be yourself. This is MY story.
By Margaret Welwood
From low functioning autistic at the age of two to tutor and quantum physics researcher at the age of twelve . . . . Author Kristine Barnett's story of her son's journey reminds us that
Book Review | Updated Nov 19, 2013 | Reads: 15 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 1
Commitment issues starts really early now... Enjoy the story!! :)
Short Story | Updated Nov 9, 2013 | Reads: 128 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 1
â€œJust Before the Bridgeâ€ analyses the responsibilities of the parent in ensuring the preparedness of their teen to confront the pressures and conflicts which they will eventually encounter as they journey towards adulthood. There are anecdotes of some peopleâ€™s experiences as...
By Nutty Pixi
The Anti-Soccer Mom isn't afraid to tell all. Flipping off the PTA, running through the store dressed as wonder woman for Tampons, Jen Philips has done it all. If it can go wrong and it involved children, Jen has done it with flair, someday she will figure out why there is Jelly on the living...
A closer look into thoughts that gives me perspective and believing that my past is not my future.
Poetry | Updated Jul 17, 2013 | Reads: 16 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 1
By Zoe Ross
Being beaten up, hurts, but you can dust yourself off, the bruises and wounds will heal. But when Melissa has to watch her Mother suffer at the hands of her posing Father, it is not as easy to heal