“So let me get this straight. Your initials spell MSN?” she laughed a little and stabbed randomly at her ice cream. “I bet the kids in middle school had a lot of fun with that one.” They didn’t, actually. No one had ever bothered to make that connecti...(keep reading)
“Arnie?” she called softly. He’d been spaced out since breakfast and she was starting to get a little worried. Sure, he’d been spaced out before—and he spaced out a lot—but never like this. And his face…she’d never seen him look so worried. “Arnie!” s...(keep reading)
"After her! Don't let her escape!" the townspeople were in a frenzy. "Capture that witch!"
"How did i let it get to this?" Bonadel asked herself as she ran. The people had been chasing her for hours. What was supposed to be a simple practice sessio...(keep reading)
"Where are you, where are you, where are you?" Reba chanted as she frantically rifled through the bookshelf. She didn't have a lot of time. Sure, dropping a piano on an unsuspecting seven year old girl seemed pretty effective at the time, but Bonadel...(keep reading)
Sally wandered carefully through the dark alley. The map route she had sourced from the Fibonacci code her dad left her was supposed to be leading her to something important. She wasn't exactly sure what it was, but it was definitely important. She kn...(keep reading)
They say no one knows when they’re gonna die. That might be true, but I don’t think that applies to people that actually want to die, you know? I think they have their own pace, and so just kinda trudge through life with the rest of us. Then at some...(keep reading)
“Bless you,” i smiled softly as i brushed my hair away from my face.
“Thank you.” Shawn sniffled and readjusted himself on the bed to face me. “Anything you wanna do today?” he asked. “I mean i know the weather’s kind of gloomy, but we could maybe go