60Lost Afternoon » Okay, so the damsel in distress being rescued by a hot guy is pretty cliché but that's how this all started. It's a bit weird having a guy I just met confess that he has feelings for me but I actually kinda like him too. I'm just not sure it's worth pursuing a chaste teen who won't even kiss me. Well, if things don't work out with him I can always try one of his five hot friends.
Fiction: Romance, T, English, Friendship & Spiritual, chapters: 23, words: 149k+, favs: 9, follows: 8, updated: 11/20/2020 published: 4/19/2011
4 Eviction Day A broken home, it was all she'd known. Parents that never spoke to her, and a brother that hated and tormented her. Celeste Summers knew that her life sucked, but getting evicted from the main house by her dad just before her thirteenth birthday was still a slap in the face. A prequel to my story Lost Afternoon. Rated T for moderate language.
Fiction: General, T, English, Family & Drama, words: 2k+, favs: 1, follows: 1, 5/2/2020
2 What's in a Name? "Why do you go by Phoenix?" "Why don't you go by Kenneth?" Two teens forge a bond as they share the stories of the names they hide behind. A prequel short featuring two of my characters from Lost Afternoon.
Fiction: General, T, English, Friendship & Hurt/Comfort, words: 3k+, 3/19/2019
Death of Phoenix Life for Joshua was never the same since the accident. Death stole his mom and little brother, and his dad turned to alcohol to hide his pain. Joshua was left alone, hurt, and lost, with nothing to live for. His life would change again one dreary fall day when his father decided to direct his anger at his son. Will this be the end for Joshua? A prequel to my story Lost Afternoon.
Fiction: General, T, English, Tragedy & Family, words: 2k+, 3/19/2019
Firefly Girl A fifty story cat threatens the citizens of the city of Bizphid! Who will rescue them from this perilous peril! A silly story I wrote when I was 13. It still makes me giggle, so here it is! A Power Rangers parody...sorta
Fiction: Humor, K, English, Parody & Adventure, words: 646, 3/14/2012