A teenage sensitive girl writes about her feelings to things in this world she doen't understand and those that she loves and hates, as she can not express them out loud with words. Amie alone overcomes the emotional hurdles of growing up witnessing abuse towards herself and her sisters from her father, her parents getting a divorce, leaving the house and town that she had grew to love and losing Jessica her bestfriend, the one person she could tell everything to. Amie defeats these obstacles and truly finds out who she is and what life is all about. New love is found and new love is lost . You will laugh, cry and come back for more. All Amie wants to do is to be noticed just as the earth wants to be to, she wants teenagers to read how not saying something in a rough time can hurt more then you think .Parents don't know their teenagers and teenagers don't know their parents. Growing up in this society today is hard but what people don't realise is that they are the society, really you can't complain about something you are a part of, something that you are shaping. There are many people in this world Amie comes across fear and evil but how she faces itis what makes her the character she is. Just face it, its exactly like a blind man saying hes scared of the dark or a deaf man saying hes hates the sound of the rain. Not everything comes so easy.
This is a real love story where the man leaves the woman with the devastating words...I need to go for the real gold...She is completely shattered....She completely falls apart... she comes back together a lot stronger.... She knows he is chasing fool's gold...he is on a mission... he has a completely false image of himself...he doesn't yet know who he is... The reader is led along....did he really do that, you must be kidding, women wouldn't do that surely?....It is told in a conversational way as though gossiping over coffee.... The time-line is jumped around in as QB (the woman) remembers different scenes that she has played with Hat (the man). It's a cautionary tale of how when man has a false image of himself, acts with self interest reasons only, is afraid of his own shadow... he destroys all that has been good and beautiful in his life, and rather than face his inner demons, he demonises others... The woman is called QB...the reason is revealed at the end...what the nick name stands for. The man is called Hat because QB looks across at a photo of him and sees him wearing his favourite hat...she can't bear to look at Hat now....Hat is just how she always thinks of him... It is a Bridget Jones style book, but with observations of human behaviour and how the human psyche works...and also how when man strives for spiritual knowledge he often loses sight of living a good life... .
The history of gaming is an interesting topic. In my opinion, the evolution of the controller is a subtopic that is far too often overlooked. The jump from the joystick to VR and motion capture has led many people to believe that the controller is as evolved as it will ever be. Well, they are wrong. An eccentric scientist forged a controller the likes of which the world has yet to see. Little did he know that a chance meeting with a young gamer would not only forever change their lives but would change the course of history itself.
A Fateful Evening A tale of imagination set in the later 17th and 18th Centuries. This novella is set in Bristol, England, Virginia U.S.A., and Canada. It is purely a work of fiction and takes place during the development of North America, when different cultures both cooperated and clashed at various times.
A mixture of old and new poetry that is becoming a hybrid type of book that has prose as well as poetry. This piece is an old school assignment in my Creative Writing class when I was in college. I wanted to give a taste of what kind of person I am.
Okay. Umm, I really need to change the title, but I don't even know what I am writing. Hopefully a noir horror story, but if I get any suggestions I will change it. By the way keep it 12 (PG-13 if you are American) so yeahhhhhhhh. I might have sweating in it, but keep the ideas sensible. Yours Sincerely, Roséline
Arnold and the Conservation of Significance tells the tale of a miniature pig in the world of mighty boars. He struggles to find significance in his life and through trials and tribulations, comes to find that being small isn't so bad after all. Told in a playful narrative, this books sets out to entertain and lighten the hearts of anyone who reads it, to teach lessons of contentment, charity and causality.
His life was terrible. He couldn't tell the overwhelming bad from the trickle of good. 24 hours felt like 24 years. Going to school and coming back was jumping through hoops all by its own. George persevered, if only for his sake, until things became increasingly dire. Breathing air was hardly better than six feet of dirt and a tombstone. But things changed. After 14 years, George finally believed.
War plagues every generation, kings and queens rise and fall and Flora's truth can save the world of Celeisai or destroy it. Flora was trained as a weapon of mass destruction and now she's torn between following her heart or following her head. Desmond is a monster, a Night Monster to be precise, and now he leads an army of his kin to take back Celeisai.
"Alex, come inside quickly!" My parents yelled. I ignored them. That was my mistake. I ignored them.Alex is a 12 year old son of the king, who lives on a planet called Riath. There was a loud bang. An attack. Now he must find his parents. "It's my destiny."
This novel is very short and sweet; a 14 year old girl Nisha is the typical 14 year old girl but from her point of view, it is possible to feel for her and maybe even understand what shes going through. I wrote this novel when I was 14 so it is very much from that age perspective but it is refresing to read it now a few years later. Girls have crushes all the time and they are seen as amazing parts of teenage life but can actually be hard and I wanted this book to dsicover that in the most funniest and emotional way I could.
The story of 'Light and Dark' follows individuals stories from a couple's fractured relationship. Opening at the couple's first break-up, from there we are introduced to Julie and Adam and their unique perspectives on the psychological stress of single life after the break down of a long term relationship. 'Light and Dark' offers powerful and emotive imagery which enthrals the reader, bringing us closer to Adam and Julie as we explore their stories of longing and loss.
GENRE: Contemporary, Crime, Fiction, Suspense24,850 words; Complete Novella - Ninth draft, but still not yet finely polished . . . More work to come but still readable, with all elements in place.Both lines of the first-person narrator’s Appalachian Mountain families’ are moonshiners going back generations, and as he tells it, “My uncles all were outlaws, every last one of them, and daddy was, too. They weren’t lazy. They knew what hard work was, and were eager to avoid it . . .” The narrator’s daddy and his mother’s daddy were the biggest obstacles to circumvent in any situation that developed, and surrounding those two, one could always count on situations developing. They made life difficult for people inside and out of the family, but they served the big fish that swim near the surface, the power elite of Mesach County. Even after the end of Prohibition, their special services remained valuable. As was clear that he would from the beginning, daddy finally took things too far. Something had to give, and the end began at Oblivion Bridge . . .