If you search up the definition of normal on google, you'll get this:
conforming to a standard; usual, typical, or expected.
And then some sentence with the word in it.
If you look up the opposite of normal, the antonym, you'll get a picture of Jacqueline. A girl who's life is been beyond ordinary since the day of the fire that changed her life. A girl with so many scars, yet so much to offer, despite the world wanting none of that.
Foster home to foster, she's lived every life imaginable. The rich, the middle class, the poor, even once as the drug dealer's daughter. Now, is her eleventh one. One with a no good foster sister who's always plotting against her, A supportive brother who doesn't always have her back, but good intentions nonetheless, foster parents who actually care, twins who basically want her hand in marriage, and the boy two miles over who's always by her side when it counts.
Follow Jacqueline as she learns what real love and friendship is while grasping the mystery behind the fire that killed her parents in Jacqueline.
Highest ranking: #225 in short story