Bitchy stories, books, poems, and more

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Based on the popular book series “TTFN.” Explore the drama filled lives of Amanda, Maddy and Hannah, three teens trying to get through their last two years of high school. These girls are often split up, and never have much face to face time, so they talk in chatrooms. ***… Read More

Book / Fantasy

June 06, 2010

Reads: 3991

Comments: 131

The Booksie Classic House

Katie just Wants To Be That Average Girl That Gets The Good grades And Has Some very Close Friends, But Of Course With Her Constantly Moving It's Very had For Her To Be This. And It's About To get A Hell Lot Harder. Read More
A day in life with Amalia Williams!! Read More
This is an article about the show bad girls club. Read More

Tags: drama, bad, bitchy

poem written after a long on and off friendship with a girl involving lots of lies that ended really badly. Read More

Reads: 614

Comments: 7

The Booksie Classic House

Once upon a time, Kacy met Scott, her book-buddy from kindergarten. He was a third-grader, with his mysterious blue eyes, already had her hooked. Now, Kacy's a freshman in high school while Scott's a junior. Can Scott be more than an arrogant actor with the best voice for acting and… Read More

Book / Romance

February 01, 2010

Reads: 426

Comments: 9

The Booksie Classic House

Summer Knight was just a normal girl until she was diagnosed with Insomnia in her freshmen year. Everyone started to treat her differently and nobody wanted to be her friend. But when she went to one of her parent's personal buisness meetings, she meets a boy named Matt Hanley and… Read More

Poem / Poetry

December 25, 2009

Reads: 473

Comments: 1

The Booksie Classic House

I was feeling the pressure from the holidays as I looked at the very meager and somewhat crappy gifts I was FORCED to accept with grace. They weren't all bad, but I rather prefer cash. My husband and mother tried to convince me I was scandalous when I said that.… Read More
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