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By Henry Duthler
For my love. Kelly you ignite in me an eternal flame!
I'm having fun with this story so I hope you enjoy it! This is chapter 1 so comment and like, THANK YOU:) This is from the short story I published a few days ago, It's starting with her a week later coming back from the hospital, SO ENJOY:D
A poem about me thinking about my pass and how my pass is interfering with my future and present.
This is about suicide, and why you shouldn't. How the choices you will make will effect others around you, and most importantly you. You can't give up never knowing what will happen in your future. You can agree, or disagree.
By Claire Fullerton
A Portal in Time is a paranormal/historical romance set in two time periods in California's hauntingly beautiful Carmel-by-the-Sea on the Monterey Peninsula. It is a mysterious, page turner whose character's words and actions fit like pieces of a puzzle.
"When we are drawn to a certain person...
About trust and lies in relationships. When your unsure if you can trust someone or unsure if you are the one who can be trusted.
I hope you enjoy my new work.
On Tuesday, it will be the end of the year and the start of winter. Life keeps on moving smoothly, what with the New Society and our past destroyed, all mistakes eradicated. Except, something is stirring and Sam is restless. The Elders predict an unmanageable winter.
But in the New Society, how...
After Alex and his 'family' find Jade, a girl with a dark past, adventures they wouldn't have ever thought of having engulf them...and it doesn't help that Jade is apathetic towards everything and everyone
Novel | Updated Dec 29, 2013 | Reads: 10 | Comments: 2 | Likes: 3
A lot had happened between the last time Matt and Emma shared their views, not with one year left of school she opens up to him about why she moved here.
A poem about the longing and hope for peace, the need to stop holding grudges for past mistakes and to leave conflict ideas, as a means of gain, behind us.
A letter to past-me.
Written by present-me.
By Ted Gerard
What would you do to save the world?
By Aurora Lynn
One girl in alone in a new place. Two boys trying for her love. Two families she knows nothing about. One astonishing discovery that will change her life forever.