How do you even begin to deal with it all? Nobody knows for certain until the situation actually occurs. Adapting to your new life, and coping with the past can break most people. Do you crumble, or persevere?
This was what I thought, the feelings that came to me after the many breakups that I've had, and please feel free to rate :), criticism is acceptable,(just don't overdo it :P) and well, if you ARE actually reading it @.@ Thanks.. :)
I have never written any kind of fiction or anything of the sort before, and this is just a quick attempt to see how it goes. I have a kind of idea for a book about an experiment conducted by some sort of Government agency to completely map the brain…
EXTRACT FROM THE BOOK
When William Ment’s friend and colleague mysteriously disappears, the authorities conclude that he met with a fatal hunting accident.
An appeal hearing reveals a twist that convinces Ment that there is more to the incident than meets the eye.
The trail leads the reluctant amateur sleuth…
The dashing, witty, and controversial judge is back.
Still plagued by the murder in his courtroom he experiences recurring nightmares that lead him on the trail of another serial killer.
When the trial of the murder of a young British tourist goes sour, Ment is given information about another murder…
Never written any poetry ever. This is just what my brain spews out late at night. Please give some constructive criticism.
Except for you, Alex. Please just pretend you never read this and go away. I still don't understand how you found my page. (I'm not actually mad, bro)
Michael and the other one is a story about a man, with a terrible father and a loving mother, who fights through the daily life searching for the true meaning of life.
My first try at writing.
Not a true story.
This was a story I had to type for my English 9 class last year. It's about a boy and his older brother who get invited to an amateur horror film makers' party slash contest. Where the winner of the contest gets their amateur movie made into a big bucks…
This is more of a blog than anything else. I only submitted it as an article because hardly anyone reads 'miscellaneous' and I think this comes pretty close to being an article... or column... I don't know. But please, read on!
The “Booksie: International Amateur Weekly Writing Challenge” or formerly known as Booksie Weekly Writing Contest 2012 (as of September 9 to September 23, 2012) is known for its challenging but fun way of inspiring amateur writers to write about new ideas according to the prompt given to every competitors that…
17 year old Skylar Clarke has had a hard life. Her mother died when she was seven, and she rarely gets to see her father. The only joy in her life is her little sister, Marigold. One day, the Melrasian government made a decision that would change Skylar and Marigold's…
I was taking a wack at writing poetry. Since I'm not necessarily good at writing poetry this isn't exactly Silverstein work. It's about how new information or changing your view alters the usage you see
First of all, I did NOT originally write The Hunger Games, it is a book by the great Suzanne Collins. She is a fantastic writer.
I read the second book and decided to work on a copy of the book, but except from Prim's point of view for…
This is the Introduction to the fantasy adventure "The Three Nations". Originally "The Crucible: Three Nations".
An amateur short story in progress about one mysterious hero, Dern Dune, who has an apprehended ability to wield a powerful weapon no other can that won a glory of crusade.
An evil that…
This is basically my definition of depression and how it effects the body and mind.... oh and since my dad FINALLY got me that computer hes been promising, the poem is now formatted how i wanted it to be :)