Some people would run ten miles instead of confessing to their crush. Some people would never let that ridiculous thought enter their brain at all. If I don’t ask, I’ll never know the answer.
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This is the beginning of a book I am planning to write, based on a true story of my realizing that I liked a girl for the first time.
If not for me—brown skin, spike-studded leather gloves, combat boots, and sculptural woolen coat—this place could be 1963, still.
Oliver Bradshaw turns his twin brother Alaric’s life upside down when he exposes a scandal at Alaric’s firm. Can the two men find common ground? Part 1 of 2.
The Bradshaw Twins saga continues… Will the twins put their differences aside for the good of thousands of people?
‘Matched With A Click’ is a zine on the theme of online dating, with original poems, photography, artwork and elements of memoir and interview.
A choose-your-own-adventure story that feels like a video game. Make sure to choose wisely.
Mahiha is a girl who is transitioning from high school to college life. She experiences being in love and feeling sad because of fake friends.
A young girl’s father attempts to help her remember her mother’s voice.
This is the first chapter of a coming-of-age novel that I am currently writing.
This is an excerpt from our Cinderella-inspired YA fantasy novel. In this scene, the two protagonists meet for the first time but they each have different motivations for their meeting.
In this multi-perspective historical science fiction piece, a grandmother and granddaughter communicate in order to understand how a civil war changed the world they once knew and kept them away from loved ones.
It’s been years since the last time I saw Jack. I’d never thought that I would ever hear his voice on the radio. I guess his dream came true.
In this fictionalized letter to a lost friend, the author reflects on what happened to one middle school friendship. By exploring her memories, she realizes that not all relationships are forever.
A short story about the first step of what other people considered this woman’s breakdown.