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The Story of Scott Heiland.
By Miss Phoenix
This is a work in progress; a short story of a mother's internal struggle.
It isn't completed, so any feedback would be appreciated. Thank you for reading!
Love is just as strong as hate, if not stronger.
**Trigger warning: sexual assault, abuse**
Jude begins to wonder how she became a girl who lets her boyfriend, Taren, control her. This is still a work in progress.
A thin line between love and obsession.
Rosalind's father has crossed that line.
A big house, full of passion and secrets.
The silence of the shadows deafening.
Over-protection is detrimental sometimes.
Rosalind is loved greatly by her father and Nanny.
Rosalind always tries to please and...
By Adimas Samudro
Redemption can be found in many different places, sometimes in places where we expect to find it, and other times, places where we do not. The Bumper Car is a story of redemption, found in a place that's most certainly closer to the latter.
Let's find what we are good for!
Article | Updated May 27, 2014 | Reads: 5 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 1
Sixteen-year-old Yenara Vlandaholf has been arrested and whipped. But why? Even she doesn't know the answer to this question. What evil plot are the Communities hatching? How will Yen escape and survive?
I am writing a graphic novel as an end of year art final for school. I have a general idea of f the story but I'm struggling with the plot.
Script | Updated Mar 21, 2014 | Reads: 16 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 2
Are you a skeptic? Perhaps it's time to adopt a new way of seeing life, which will bring you the results you really want.
this is an idea I have been playing around with for a while now three young adults find them selves in a town that is just too good to be true, or is it true. i want some feed back before i move on with it.
Stephen has admired Samantha for years. The time has come to make her his-one way or the other.
By Odin Roark
A recent road trip through Washington and the mountainous urbanization was eye opening.
Poetry | Updated Sep 16, 2013 | Reads: 2 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 0
Sometime i feel like a nut lol you remember that commercial.