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By Kimberly Adams
When Sophia and her family moves to town, Shawna expects them to act like snobs because they are rich. But nothing Sophia does meets Shawna's expectations. Sophia is a hard worker, smart, and a Christian. Is it possible that Sophia can actually teach Shawna a thing or two about life?
By Kimberly Adams
When my father was running for Senate, my mom gave me one rule: Do not do anything that could embarrass my dad and ruin his career. Once it was decided that my father had won the presidential election on Election Day, my sister, my mom, and I were drug onstage with my dad to celebrate his...
By Angel Of Blood
Jenny Quinn has extremely controlling parents. They don't allow her to do anything without telling them first and half the things shes asks to do they say no to. Jenny starts to get tired of them running her life, especially since she is now, 18 years old. She wants to know how it feels to be...
Upstage the lower grid...
Poetry | Updated Jul 26, 2010 | Reads: 0 | Comments: 3 | Likes: 3
The summer that Geni Cardell went to Aspen was the best summer ever. She met cute boys, lived in a massive beach house, and stayed there for three months. Nothing better than being in a rich town full of snobs and guys-to-die-for!Especially when those snobs are you best friends(ex-best friends)...
Aster Rowe has the perfect family - refined, fashionable, and well-educated. Theyâ€™re the people that everyone admire, until one day everything changes. Her older sister Charlyse has been having an affair, and now everyone knows. Their status and reputation are at risk, not to mention...
A story about me, what i have been through and what people said and did. Read maybe you will understand and relate in some way. NON-FICTION DUH! it's funny at the end, and if you read this you could understand, why i have attitude issues and stuff.
Short Story | Updated Aug 22, 2008 | Reads: 8 | Comments: 2 | Likes: 10