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  • The Boy Who Died
    7.2K 455 18

    Jack drops out of school, runs away from home and moves into an abandoned building by the seaside. There he feels free. There he makes music; sings and plays guitar. Sleeps, paints and dances around on his own. On the neighbouring grounds he meets Charlie, a young girl.

  • The Midnight Boys
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    They reminded me of Peter Pan's Lost Boys, wild and rebellious, but all grown up in a way that could only be described in one word: sexy.

  • Dear Alaska
    1.6K 110 55

    There are two sides to every story. Some times the antagonist isn't the bad guy. These are Texas Montgomery's untold sorrows. * Second book in the Alaska series * -- Completed

  • Letters to Him
    3.6K 127 67

    "I want you to miss me like I miss you, but you miss me like the stars miss the moon. They don't." Alaska Winters untold woes. * First book in the Alaska Series * Cover by: Maddellen -- Completed

  • New Year's Eve
    567 28 2

    What we think, we become. That one line sent one girl on a journey of enlightenment to fulfil her New Year's resolution and find her place in the world. She set out to forget her past and look towards the future, wherever it may take her and this New Year's, it took her to New York City. The city of dreams and hope.

  • Door To Door
    547K 33.5K 10

    Hudson Ellis is good at his job. Somehow, he manages not to annoy people when he knocks at their doors and asks them to contribute to the charity he works for - instead, he gets them to sign up for sponsoring programmes and fish whatever spare change they have out of their pockets. Even the infamously tough residents...

  • Prodigy
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    In a blur of a night, Evy revisits her whole life. -a completed short story-