Jeff’s first letter still hadn’t arrived. “Don’t worry about it, Bee. Letters take a few days to get where they need to.” her mother said, despite the fact that her voice was shaking. Maybe it the fact that he’d only left yesterday, or that he probably hadn’t had the chance to write it yet. But, … Continue reading Will Brusch School For Boys – Chapter Two
“I” Must I worry with each step For fear that one will pull the trigger Solely because The sun tanned the skin Of those who came Thousands of years before I Must I pen each thought More intelligently For fear That one will turn me down Solely because There’s an F Where an M … Continue reading “I” – For that poetry contest I talked about
Hello! I'm entering a poetry contest in my town, and I'm feeling really intimidated. The past winners have been around five years older than I am, which is a little scary. I really want to represent people of my age group well and to show others that age is just a number and isn't a … Continue reading Advice, please!
So I love non-professional fiction writing (which is obvious), and I've been doing it for fun since the first grade! My first story was about some girl who became best friends with a giant butterfly and whatnot. In all my days of writing, I've only finished about three stories. My point is, it's easy to … Continue reading Novel in 100 days
“Do you have your sweatbands?” Bee asked her brother. “Never forget ‘em.” Jeff stuffed the rest of his uniforms into his third suitcase. Bee handed him one that he had left on the floor, after running her thumb over the embroidered label. “Will Brusch School For Boys”, she whispered. “Hey, Jeff?” she said, while handing … Continue reading Will Brusch School For Boys – Chapter One
“This was a bad idea from the start!” Tabes screamed. Her eyes were red and puffy. Zara uncoiled the wire bracelet from around her wrist, and handed it to Bee. “She’s right, you know.” Bee stared at her feet as tears hit them like spears. “I’m so sorry. I-I didn’t know, and-” The golden wire … Continue reading Will Brusch School for Boys – Prologue
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