Stepfather stories, books, poems, and more

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Was she bad from birth? The thought of killing something never seemed to bother her; even the thought of killing her stepfather. Read More
Live can be like a living hell. This one actually is. Read More
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Short Story / Other

January 04, 2015

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Shelves: 1

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This is a personal story. Read More
Some people have monsters under their beds. Some in their closets. 13-year old Daniel Zegit has monsters and evil clowns coming out of his electrical outlet. In 2038, a time when children all over the world disappear every day, Daniel finds himself between two realities — one bullied by his… Read More

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Comments: 9

Shelves: 1

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This is inspired by the song "Blown Away" by Carrie Underwood. If you've never heard it, go listen to it! It's amazing! One night, a teen girl runs off because of her abusive stepfather. After visiting the grave of her older sister, Sandy, the weather turns bad. Things escalate quickly,… Read More

Poem / Memoir

September 11, 2013

Reads: 136

Comments: 2

Shelves: 1

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Just a tiny auto bio on the teen known as Christian Read More

Book / Young Adult

August 08, 2012

Reads: 266

Comments: 7

Shelves: 1

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Lisa is 14 years old. Being originally from Croydon, she recently moved to Luton with her Mom and her new Stepdad. She seems to have a pretty normal life for a teenager her age but things turn out to become not quite easy as it seems. Read More

Reads: 300

Comments: 3

Shelves: 1

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The story follows a curious young girl, Shira Justine, who is not completely...human. As a child, she remembers three friends who were her salvation. After her mother's death, she is taken away by her step father. Ten years later, one night she is running away from her cruel step father… Read More

Reads: 486

Comments: 8

Shelves: 1

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My dad and I have never gotten along. After the divorce, it seems we can't even see each other without getting in a fight. I still love my dad, and I know he loves me, but the things he has said to me, my mother, and sisters... Well, I'll never… Read More
an dark event from a child's past, shared. Read More

Book / Fantasy

May 02, 2011

Reads: 264

Comments: 2

Shelves: 1

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Lady Saralee has lived in the palace all of her life, with her Mother, the Princess, and her Grandmother, the Queen. She has no idea what has happened to her father. When her mother is forced to re-marry, she finds out about something- or should I say, someone, who has… Read More

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Katelyn's childhood was always hard to remember, nothing happy ever came to mind when she thought back to how her life was between the ages of nine and fourteen. All she thought about was her step-father and the way he abused her constantly. Even at the age of twenty-two she… Read More

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Comments: 11

Shelves: 1

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This is inspired by alot of stories that I have been reading here on Booksie. Stories related to child abuse. It's become a common factor in today's world. People are speaking up but still little is being done about it. Most children still suffer, unnoticed. This story in a way… Read More
This was an essay I wrote for my English class about my Stepfather who was an alcoholic. I hope you let your emotions take over and truly understand the importance of family. Read More

Reads: 144

Comments: 1

Shelves: 1

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A WOMAN GOES TO HER STEPFATHER'S FUNERAL WITH WHICH BRINGS UP MEMORIES OF ABUSE. Read More

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Comments: 127

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She's dressed like a prep, reading like a nerd, with marks of an emo. He's a skater with a pure bad boy attitude and a secret to die for. She's the three things he hates about people. He's the kind of guy she runs from. Allan Right and Stacy Frank. Read More
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