Rosie is the best man at his brother’s wedding, who is getting married to a woman Rosie is unwittingly infatuated with for being so similar to their mother.
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In this short story excerpt, immediately after her (supposed) imaginary friend saves her from a terrible fall into a ravine, a young girl is whisked away from her lonely days into a world of adventure.
The excerpt is about an alien princess who is ostracized from the outside world and is forced to be isolated by her controlling grandmother.
After five years apart, Aurora and Griffin’s lives collide again. Aurora can’t see past her anger, while Griffin spends his time hiding his past and trying to ignore his feelings for Aurora, which never left.
A short story about what happens when dreamers give in to hopelessness and futility.
When I was born, I didn’t have hands…
Two Japanese American twelve-year-olds in World War II relocation centers, hatch a plan of escape. But something unexpected happens on the day they plan to leave.
The five “Yearlies” stay on the tiny beach island over the summer, while the rest of their boarding school friends go home.
Years pass, cycles break, moments shift, but things remain.
Imagine being in a room with your younger self. What would you tell them?
Sitting in the Dominican countryside, known as El Campo, Agustina plays the guitar with her grandfather. She reflects on her time spent on the island and her anxiety surrounding her soon departure.
Like most stories about friendship, this one involves whale bones.
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.
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.
Just when you think you’ve caught the criminal of the biggest case in your town, a meddlesome young police officer is there to foil your plans. Maybe he’s right, but what are you to do?