Inside Outside

Inside Outside

1K Reads 29 Votes 7 Part Story
PsychoSisters By PsychoSisters Updated Jul 20, 2012

While staying in a cabin with a bunch of her old friends her eyes were opened to the truth. Not only was the boy who used to live down the street suddenly acting like a guy, so she couldn't just treat him like another girlfriend. Also, unfortunately, she realized that living in such a small town for all their lives made the best of people act snobby. Can  she break the barrier between her old friends on the East Coast and new friends from California? and will a push from a boy break the friendzone?
         Arie, a fiercely independent girl, who never thought a guy would try to knock her off her feet needs to settle her friends' problems as well. She'll just have to hope that her lack of power in  the real world won't stop her.



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  • aphie
  • arie
  • breakingtheice
  • friendzone
  • jackie
  • james
  • jarie=james
  • lazyboy
  • louis
  • onedirection
  • red
  • tomlinson
PsychoSisters PsychoSisters Aug 04, 2012
@Merricart thanks! hearing that is actually gonna make me stop being a lazy bum and continue writing!
_cryptic _cryptic Jul 24, 2012
amazingly edited.. but i feel like as i read page-1-2 tht it was really pointless.. they were going on about nothing the first chapter really didnt have a point.. o_o ur writing is amazing tho
PsychoSisters PsychoSisters Jul 22, 2012
@MissCawiee thanks, I'll work on that when i keep writing, hopefully my editor will pick up on it :) and i liked you france story
dreamy_ dreamy_ Jul 22, 2012
Nice, but I feel you use SO many exclamation marks and be careful, some of your I's aren't capitalized:)
PsychoSisters PsychoSisters Jul 17, 2012
@TheNamesTaken Thanks! I'll be posting more really soon, and yes, snow tis chill :) glad to know someone is actually reading and enjoying it!!!
TheNamesTaken TheNamesTaken Jul 17, 2012
urgh peeing on the fire, i hate it when guys do that. But I liked your story though! It has a nice, easy, flowing style that is ideal for romance and teen fiction. I think the snow is a cool (geddit? cool? ahaha....) setting for it. Good job!