Something Else

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Fantasy  |  House: Booksie Classic
Two powerful groups have been locked in a vicious war for centuries: the Stanwick Clan and the P'inaer Flock. Teenager Aubrey Panera is pulled into the world of beings and creatures much like the stories she loves to read and asked to help end the fighting, but how can she? She's just a kid.

Rated T for occasional language and violence

Feedback and critique much appreciated.

Table of Contents

Chillaxing, Among Other Things

Submitted: July 16, 2014

Fairies and Gargoyles had been at war for centuries, and nothing the government had done had changed that. It had become an accepted, however regrettable, reality. In the past few years, though, the fighting had died down to petty scuffling and there were few annual casualties on either side.
In an attempt to revive the previous level of hate between the races, a gang of young Gargoyles begins to ambush and murder their rivals. This spawns more attacks from both sides and increases the pressure on the government to find a solution to the age-old feud.
The President, among other desperate attempts to make things right between the two enemies, makes the decision to recruit Aubrey Panera. Her blood is a unique blend of Mortal, Fairy, and Gargoyle, which makes her a precious symbol of unity.
For Aubrey, the most ordinary struggles of life--boy confusion, best friend trouble, and family issues--are taken to a whole new level and joined by countless unanticipated concerns of her newly-discovered life in the Otherworld. Read Chapter

School, Friends, A Crush, And A Weirdo

Submitted: July 17, 2014

Chapter Two As soon as the bell for second period rang, Morgan and I jumped out of our seats, grabbed our books, and hurried across t... Read Chapter

A Typically Strange Dream

Submitted: July 18, 2014

Chapter Three I suddenly realized I was in the main hallway of the school. Only half of the florescent lights were on, so it was di... Read Chapter

Honesty? Of Course Not.

Submitted: July 19, 2014

Chapter Four Wednesday proved to be no more interesting than Monday. I had two tests, though, one in Algebra 2 and one in Chemistry... Read Chapter

Texting Leads To Talking

Submitted: July 22, 2014

Chapter Five  I jerked my head up and forced my eyes open. Everything looked blurry, and I was confused as to what happened to... Read Chapter


Submitted: July 24, 2014

Chapter Six After several minutes of staring at Aaron’s message, I closed my eyes and tried to think of possible explanations. None... Read Chapter

Is My Dad Gay???

Submitted: July 26, 2014

Chapter Seven Immediately, I knew something was up. My parents were waiting for me on the front porch. What now? I demande... Read Chapter

Recovering From Shock (Plus More Answers)

Submitted: August 06, 2014

Chapter Eight I lost my balance when I tried to back up, and as a result, my butt met with the floor in a painful display of my ... Read Chapter

Another Lovely Conversation With The Supposed Odd-ball

Submitted: August 07, 2014

Chapter Nine He was leaning against one of the picnic tables, arms crossed. His stance, combined with his expression, made for an o... Read Chapter


Submitted: August 12, 2014

Chapter Ten I woke up early the next morning in nervous anticipation for the end of the day. I had everything laid out, my school clo... Read Chapter

An Utterly Ugh-tastic Day

Submitted: October 09, 2014

Chapter Eleven After several minutes of using my hands and bread roll to aid my fork, I was finally finished. I chugged my milk and... Read Chapter

Giraffe Legs and an SUV

Submitted: December 09, 2014

Chapter Twelve “Hold up!” I called after just a few seconds, massively agitated at his long strides that were taking him twice ... Read Chapter

Lord, Help There Be No Murders Today

Submitted: January 15, 2015

  Chapter Thirteen “So are you excited?” Aaron asked again. I tore my gaze from the window and refocused on him. “... Read Chapter

Airplanes and Passing Notes

Submitted: April 10, 2015

Sorry about the formatting! I'm trying to fix it, but I'm not actually sure how -.- Read Chapter