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Before you proceed, I'd just like to get a few important things off my chest.
1. This is my first DECENT (😯) attempt at writing a novel, and of course, it just so happened to be a boyxboy.
With that said, I know that this book is light years away from perfect. I really do appreciate and employ constructive criticism in my future work, so please feel free to tell me how I can improve!
No hate please. Don't be a meanie ;^;
2. This book deals with real-world problems, circulating around dark, mature themes such as self-harm, drug abuse and depression, just to name a few.
Personally, I have never been depressed or faced any mental issue as mentioned with the characters (besides anxiety), so I would really appreciate constructive criticism here too.
Don't worry though! Trigger warnings will be provided as appropriate, for certain events ✨
3. Some characters here are bilingual.
Because I don't like reading books where the translation comes immediately after the dialogue (usually in square brackets), I tend to avoid this, as it usually looks kinda sloppy — in my opinion.
4. FUN FACT: You can still comment and vote even if you have no internet access. When you have internet access, the votes and comment(s) will automatically upload.
Without further delay, I urge you to skip to chapter one!
START: March 2018 (approx.)
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Conflicted Eyes, Confusing FeelingsTeen Fiction
"Listen, just because ... that ... happened last night doesn't mean we're friends now, a'right? And I don't expect you to go blabbing, yeah?" The blond tried to step back, but the realization that he was against the sink didn't make his intention f...