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By Angie Blake
A twisted story of what happens when all a man wanted to do is change his phone number.
Short Story | Updated Jul 18, 2014 | Reads: 122 | Comments: 2 | Likes: 2
By Ally Shark
Jaz and Riley are invited to their classmate's house. The thing is, they've never even talked to this girl before. Jaz is blind, and even she can see that this is weird. She doesn't go, but Riley is a much more trusting person. When Riley goes alone, she quickly learns that people are...
Heather and Andrew handle the breakup in different ways. Heather hooks up with Ty...or does she?
In this episode Andrew and Heather have relationship issues. What will Andrew do about Heather cheating on him?
Chairty Moore was raised by her mother her whole childhood growing up, and they had a close relationship. Due to Chairty's father being a deadbeat, he wasn't in her life and never has been and she was perfectly fine with that. In fact, she was more than fine with that-- all she needed was her...
By Hawra Alaradi
longing, yearning, eagerness, we all know how hard is to be distanced but when it comes to love its a whole different issue.
A girl coming of age and getting accustomed to her newly acquired issues stemming from a wolf bite.
This is mostly about cyber bullying via mobile phones
Poetry | Updated Mar 28, 2014 | Reads: 3 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
This is the hardest piece I have ever written, and I think after you read this you will understand why. I think, rather than summarizing it, this poem should speak for itself.
By Royce Alden
This is just something I wrote instead of studying one day.
Tony moves to San Francisco and makes a new friend, Ben. Ben's dad mysteriously disappears and it's up to the two boys to find him.
Everyone at one time or another has wondered about the changes in the world and why...but...few ask or seek the answers..... I wonder why?
By Elton Camp
Our privacy is in trustworthy hands......
Poetry | Updated Jan 15, 2014 | Reads: 9 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Elton Camp
This is a second attempt on this concept. I wrote the first one so poorly that everyone missed my intent. Let's see what happens this time.
Jude Fraser, an outstanding astronomer, discovers the answer to one of the most asked questions of human-kind: Are we alone? But everything comes at a cost, especially knowledge. (wrote this around 3 years ago for a school-paper)