The Tide - Completed

46 Part Story 75.6K Reads 502 Votes
Chipz By BubblzPie Completed
Teenage life. Gotta love it, huh? It's ups and downs are just like the rough oceans in this world. Low tides, where life is all good. And the occasional high tides that turn our lives upside down. Jamie, a teenage girl, is extremely familiar with these tides. But just because you're familiar with something...doesn't mean you can handle it. Ladies, whatever you're going through in your teenage life, just know that you aren't alone. Fellas, want a look at what goes on in a teenage girl's life? Well here you go. So, when the high tide comes and beats you sideways...what are you gonna do? Sink and let life drown you or are you going to swim and fight the currents? That's Jamie's dilemma. Turn the (electronic) page and follow Jamie as she fights through the turbulent tides she calls life.
Hey Chipz!
                                    I liked the prologue, and you know it did its job because now I want to read more!  
                                    I voted & added it to my library!  Hope you read my story as well! =D
I really love the start with its philosophical meanings and such :D
                                    Voted and reading on :)
Interesting philosphical introduction. 
                                    Don't know what it'll be about, but will read on.
wow i really liked this - it was a really interesting way to start a story. did you make the 'ocean' philosophy up yourself? because it's really true when you think about it :p you haven't shown much of the characters yet so i can't really comment on that, but it's looking good so far. reading on :)
I liked it, especially the philosophy, lol 
                                    Looks like you got a great story going on here :)
                                    Reading on...
"You know," she says. "Like is like..." It should be, "You know," she says, "life is like..." You add a comma before you continue on. 
                                    Sorry. Knit-picking. Just wanted to help. And by the way, I love your analogies and figurative language. That's what draws the reader in. :) Reading on.