(COMPLETED) Winterlyn (Winter) Evaline Lawly is the school's biggest...no one.
She's not noticed anywhere. She's not loud, she's not a teacher's pet. She's not popular, and she's not skinny nor fat.
Winter is just...herself.
But nobody notices her. No one knows that she exists. She's just another regular kid that drags themselves to high school everyday. Not one of those popular kids. Not a nerd either.
What happens...when she commits suicide?
Police and most classmates are unsure why she would want to kill herself. For one thing, she was not clinically depressed. She didn't have bullies. No one made fun of her. But as her journal falls into the hands of one of her friends, he realizes that Winter's world may have been much darker than he realized.
In Unwritten Pages, dive right into the pages of Winter's final year, her life, her friends, and the dark reason why she was driven towards death.
WARNING: Somewhat poorly written. Plot holes, mistakes, unrealistic, tedious (drones/boring). READ AT OWN RISK
Extra notes: There is some slut-bashing, which I am at this time very ashamed of it. Do not read it if you do tolerate like slut-bashing. I apologize for this. I was beginning high school when I wrote this. Not that I'm saying my age excuses my previous behaviour, but I was very unaware of this at the time. For those who don't mind slut-bashing, you should mind! It's an incredibly hurtful thing to do and is very misogynistic (look it up if you need to). We live in a patriarch society, and women should not be slut-bashing each other just because of promiscuity. Here's some food for thought: When men do it, how come they're seen as amazing and desirable and are given a kind of 'award' and respect from everyone else around them, but when women are promiscuous, they only get hatred from other people? What someone does in the bedroom is no one's business but them and their partner, and no one should be put down for that.