Hate Kate

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Young Adult  |  House: Booksie Classic
When sophomore Catalina Mulvoun becomes intwined in a devastating rumor, can she control her emotions or will the social suicide engulf her?

In this story, HATE KATE, follow Kate as she struggles with bullying and abuse to point of jumping off edges. Maybe she'll get help, or maybe she'll remain difusing for life.


AUTHOR'S NOTE: This is based on a true syndrome, one that I have. I've felt so many similiar emotions as Kate, so this story is dear and nataural to me. I wrote it one depressing day, reprecussing my feelings. It has evolved into a lovely novel-to-be right before my brown eyes! I hope you deeply enjoy!

I would personally rate this as PG-13, if that were a given option. There is all the classics: abuses, disorders, drugs, alcohal and teenagers, sexual references, and cursing.

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Hate Kate

Submitted: October 23, 2011

When sophomore Catalina Mulvoun becomes intwined in a devastating rumor, can she control her emotions or will the social suicide engulf her?

In this story, HATE KATE, follow Kate as she struggles with bullying and abuse to point of jumping off edges. Maybe she'll get help, or maybe she'll remain difusing for life.


AUTHOR'S NOTE: This is based on a true syndrome, one that I have. I've felt so many similiar emotions as Kate, so this story is dear and nataural to me. I wrote it one depressing day, reprecussing my feelings. It has evolved into a lovely novel-to-be right before my brown eyes! I hope you deeply enjoy!

I would personally rate this as PG-13, if that were a given option. There is all the classics: abuses, disorders, drugs, alcohal and teenagers, sexual references, and cursing. Read Chapter

Day 16

Submitted: October 23, 2011

Day 16 Melanie tells me I look nice, and her aura turns a nasty color of arrogance when I don't return the compliment. Graig asks me ... Read Chapter

Day 17 & Day 19

Submitted: October 24, 2011

Day 17 Aaron Oliver is a dense fool and I’d like to punch him right in the hub. Day 19 I’ve lost four pounds and haven’... Read Chapter

Day 21

Submitted: October 25, 2011

For a night that started out full of "Okay, Grandma"s' and "Whatever you say, Grandma"s', the morning definitely involved a surely unexpected visitor. . . . Read Chapter

Day 22

Submitted: October 27, 2011

Day 22   Shove breakfast bar in bag Smile goodbye Look happy Wave Watch car drive Grasp backpack strap t... Read Chapter

Day 23

Submitted: October 28, 2011

Day 23   I decide to stay home today. I need a mental health day. A day of no loud boys, no vicious bullies, no exaggerative... Read Chapter

Day 24

Submitted: November 01, 2011

Day 24 Forget last night. Forget it all. Dash all the bullies and cold hearts and wars in the world. Dash the stupid kids... Read Chapter

Day 33

Submitted: November 02, 2011

Day 33   I’m sitting down at my desk, watching elementary kids unload off the school bus and writing in this journal (I ne... Read Chapter

Day 51

Submitted: November 06, 2011

Day 51   “Aaron,” I say, kicking my legs back and forth over the water as we sit on the pier. “Why do you like hanging... Read Chapter

Day 76

Submitted: November 15, 2011

Day 76   “You’ve lost some weight, Catalina,” my mom says during one Saturday’s brunch. “I’ll be happy to give y... Read Chapter

Day 82

Submitted: December 02, 2011

  Day 82   “I want to tell you something, but you won't want to hear it,” Aaron says as we walk home from schoo... Read Chapter

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