Mia Davis was a product of a teenage pregnancy, with both her neglectful parents "working" she was left alone with a so called babysitter, that so happens to be her abuser. For years she has been tortured by this animal but refused to tell anyone, feeling like she deserved it all. After putting up with these events for almost 10 years, Mia leaves home and goes out to be the independent girl she has always been. She enrolls herself to a boarding school, with absolutely no idea what her future holds. Everyday is a constant struggle, those countless nights still taunt her even three years later. With that said, she resolves to writing to cope and deal with the pain, which results in singing. Finally something gives her a purpose but she feels it will get her no where. Does it? She just needs tomorrow to be better.

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Tomorrow, Be Better: One

Mia Davis was a product of a teenage pregnancy, with both her neglectful parents "working" she was left alone with a so called babysitter, that so happens to be her abuser. For years she has been tortured by this animal but refused to tell anyone, feeling like she deserved it all. After putting up with these events for almost 10 years, Mia leaves home and goes out to be the independent girl she has always been. She enrolls herself to a boarding school, with absolutely no idea what her future holds. Everyday is a constant struggle, those countless nights still taunt her even three years later. With that said, she resolves to writing to cope and deal with the pain, which results in singing. Finally something gives her a purpose but she feels it will get her no where. Does it? She just needs tomorrow to be better. Read Chapter

Tomorrow, Be Better: Two

*yo gabba gabba* I rolled my eyes at the text message that Johnny sent me. He claimed that code words were so much cooler since we we... Read Chapter

Tomorrow, Be Better: Three

"Honey, I'm home! Now let's get the kid to sleep so we can have some mind-blowing love making!" Johnny exclaimed when we entered Mas... Read Chapter

Chapter Four

    "What the fuck do you mean you're leaving?" He sounded angry, yeah he looks furious.    "Can you ... Read Chapter

Chapter Five

“I don’t know either of my grandmothers,” I looked at the stranger, confused beyond belief. “I know that. Listen, can we sit ... Read Chapter

Chapter Six

    “So the real question here is, when are you going to treat us for dinner Mia?” Rolling my eyes, I threw my ... Read Chapter

Chapter Seven

    “Let’s get all of your stuff.” We both moved rapidly to my bedroom to get everything. I pushed all the pa... Read Chapter

Chapter Eight

Knowing how and when to say goodbye is often difficult, even in informal situations. But learning to say goodbye eloquently, tactfully, a... Read Chapter

Chapter Nine

Chapter Nine   I have accepted fear as a part of life – specifically the fear of change. I have gone ahead despite the pou... Read Chapter

Chapter Ten

*Two Years Later* "How much?" "For my favorite customer? Twenty bucks." I squealed in happiness, "you're the best Joe."&nb... Read Chapter

Chapter Eleven

Chapter Eleven "Ah! There's the beautiful birthday girl." Jack pranced in the student center, that was decorated for the occasio... Read Chapter

Chapter Twelve

Imagine standing on stage in front of thousands of people in the audience and millions of people back home; now imagine singing to all of... Read Chapter

Chapter Thirteen

Chapter Thirteen   “I’m going to shit in my pants. That’s it. I’m going back to school,” I tried to make a ru... Read Chapter

Chapter Fourteen

Chapter Fourteen Every worst possible scenario flashed through my mind. I could mess up the words, I could fall flat on my face in fr... Read Chapter

Chapter Fifteen

Chapter Fifteen I didn’t have time process what just happened since I was suddenly tackled to the ground by three heavy people. Alt... Read Chapter

Chapter Sixteen

There are two things that I have failed to have as a child; people to yell or discipline me, or a Barbie dream house but that isn’t imp... Read Chapter

Chapter Seventeen

Chapter Seventeen   “If I so much as see even hand print marks on my precious vehicle you both will be kicked out of the acade... Read Chapter

Chapter Eighteen

Chapter Eighteen   “Alright Mia, you are number one-seventy-four. Go and take your seat.” I felt so alone in a crowd... Read Chapter

Chapter Nineteen

Chapter Nineteen   If I wasn’t so high last night I probably would’ve shit my pants with what happened. How in the he... Read Chapter