Bob Smith turns up the angst by traumatizing his young neighbour and his best friend in one day, all while trying to avoid capture by a bounty hunter who heals so fast that he's not sure he can stop it.
Meet Bob, an unremarkable yet mysterious man hiding a dark secret.
Trouble follows him around like a lost puppy, casting everyone around him into the most unusual situations.
But just how much of it is his fault?
Good story, but I have a question... Why the switch to first person? The whole story's written in third, then suddenly "I"... You experimenting... Different Boots is probably the new guy alluded to in the description. If it was Damien, he could end up in jail for stalking them. Begin Again @LoveMeToDeath I have good news and bad news... I started posting the next part of the story. I'll leave you to figure out the bad news heh heh. The Adventures of Bob Smith Seriously, when I saw the A/N on this one I got ticked... It's at a climactic moment and then you say you might not do the next bit? It's a good... Windia (Book One) Since the matter of description came up, I thought I might weigh in: Amount of description has 2 effects: it makes your characters and world seem... Tips for Writing Well