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Love shows up with a person you never expect it to. It always happens that way and nobody can stop it. This is the story of a young girl who experienced, for the first time, what love felt like.



31 Days

It’s been one month since Kalter Varela woke up from a night of blackout drinking to find herself framed for arson. She’s not in a holding cell; she’s locked in a college basement. An amateur forensic psychologist named Fidel Carnevale has kidnapped her, wanting two things: a confession, and her heart. Unluckily for him, Kalter is a survivor, and it’s going to take a lot more than a month of imprisonment to break her.

Artemio Molina, Kalter’s best friend, is desperate to find her. He may be a strung-out college student, but he always finds a solution to a problem… even if it’s not very good. With a hoard of illegal money and too little sleep, he’s prepared to do whatever it takes to get Kalter back.

With limited time, opponents from all sides, and the looming threat of the law, can Artemio find Kalter? And can Kalter escape Fidel’s clutches before it’s too late?



That Blue-Eyed Boy

Fresh out of high school and finally home from Panama, 18-year old Stella Hawkley is surprised to find a new farm-hand waiting for her at the airport. Will she be able to find a place in her heart for the tall, dark, and tattooed god that just walked into her life?

At 22, the last thing Beau Morris wanted was to find a girl he wanted more than anything to settle down with. But, when his new boss sends him to pick up his daughter, Beau finds exactly that. Will he be able to work his way into the heart of the stubborn, bossy, and way too gorgeous girl that owns his?

**It’s pretty country-to-the-core, but I tried as much a possible to stay away from the ‘country cliches’ as much as I could (not saying that there are NO cliches, because, come-on, some are cute). **

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this crappy life

”If you would’ve told me the last day of our peaceful existence would be a boring Tuesday in November, I would’ve called you an idiot.”

High school senior, Casey Whitmore, is about to discover her life isn’t all about graduating with honors, taking her team to the championship, or even being the perfect daughter. When Casey’s mother comes down with the scariest illness imaginable, Casey is forced to take action, but no matter which way she turns the normal solutions are unavailable.

As she searches for medical treatment, Casey crosses paths with two friends who agree to help. Derek is the broody, mysterious type while Thomas is the smooth wild card. The guys couldn’t be more different, but both are attractive and seductive in their own way.

It’s not until all communication is cut off that they realize the spreading illness is no accident. Their world becomes lost in a horrific whirlwind of fear when the dead start attacking the living. Life must go on, but with no survival skills, Casey has a lot to learn. Even though Thomas and Derek prove to be invaluable during the fallout, love is still very much alive, and emotions run wild even in the zombie apocalypse.

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Anything can happen in New York and that is why Liz likes the city so much. Elizabeth lives a somewhat double-life, half glamourous, being part of the high society and going out with her two best friends; and half normal, studying Literature at college and working at a radio station. But nothing she ever lived had prepared her for the British hurricane that was to come. Axton was excruciatingly handsome and she suspected, trouble. She falls for him as she discovers he might be more bad boy than she ever imagined.

When Liz arrives late for Literature class at Columbia, everybody else is paired up and she gets stuck with the new mysterious English guy. Axton, recently arrived from London doesn’t do relationships nor pleasantries. He’s just joined a secret society like his father before him. Liz sees him as trouble however, cannot keep herself away. Their worlds collide in a whirlwind of passion, love and partnership.

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Malcolm’s life sucks. His parents are getting a divorce, and when his Mom gets a job offer in middle-of-nowhere Kentucky, they move in with Malcolm’s grandmother. He soon discovers that his older brother Jackson was killed, and slips into depression. When his Mom forces him to see a psychiatrist, Jackson begins to keep a log filled with entries addressed to his dead brother. Soon his letters take on a new topic: A light in the darkness, the horse girl who lives next door. Malcolm begins to wonder if there’s some value in life, after all…



Natalia is just trying to keep her head above water. The fast-approaching summer brings promises of long weekends away and isolation from the real world. When she finds a new friend in Will she doesn’t expect him to so quickly become a prominent fixture in her life. As they grow closer, she tries to figure out where Will fits in and whether or not she wants him there.


High school has always been a chance for people to grow and change. After sixteen years of being normal, Dialla Matthews goes through a different type of change–one that involves marks embedded in her skin, using magic and defending herself against Extended, an evil syndicate of sorcerers convinced they are superior to normal humans. Just yesterday, she was focusing on her makeup skills and boys. Now, she has to learn to control her magic before it kills her. While those are skills she can develop with practice, there’s one thing she has to manage on her own, one thing no amount of teaching can help her with…a forbidden, though requited romance.



/ˌserənˈdipədē/ noun
finding something good without looking for it.

Alexandria always knew that her clumsiness would inevitably get her into trouble. In her mind, she’d end up in a hospital with tubes shoved down her throat, but she never once considered the possibility of ending up in the relentless eye of the storm that is billionaire tech mogul Jonah Knight’s world.


The Boy Next Door
Marlie Derez’s life is turned upside down after Malcolm Cortes moves in next door.
It’s the start of Marlie’s junior year. After sixteen years of a decently normal life with basically no change, the Cortes move in next door. Their son, Malcolm Cortes, is totally freaky, has the deadliest dead-eye glare, and seems to be hiding a lot of things. And it just so happens that the two of them are partners in the school play. In the city of Grifford, you have to stick together and stay open, or else you’ll fade off. And the only way Marlie can continue with her life, is to find out why Malcolm’s arrived, and to accept that she needs his help. (Copyright© 2019)

I looked from the large, canvas sheet displaying The Breakfast Club, to Malcolm’s eyes which were no glued onto the movie, but on me. From the blanket draped around both of our shoulders, rouge bits of popcorn dotted around each fold, with how his dead eyes seemed to sparkle with just a little bit of truth, honesty, and life. There was still that touch of violence, of danger, but I was no longer scared of it.

No. It wasn’t because I was no longer scared of it. It was because he had changed. We both had changed.

“I’ve never had a girl who would just listen to me, Mar. I’ve never really had anyone, really. It’s all been mess,these last few months, and everything seems to just get worse,” He told me, leaning in just the slightest, as if cautious that I’d mock him like Jonathan Grey did. As he did so, the lights around seemed to spin into his eyes like stars, and the rest of the crowd, the movie, it all seemed to fade into nothingness. I could notice the little details about him- the darker bits in his hair, the small scar under his chin he probably got from a fight, the splash of freckles across his nose and the warm flecks in his eyes like molten silver against cold ice. Time slowed down. It was just me and him.

“The world’s just spinning, Marlie. It’s spinning so goddamn fast. And I just wish it would just slow down and stop.”


24-year-old Avril Lexington believes nothing can make her happy despite living a grand, perfect life. But when she finds herself in the midst of an infamous rock band, Fallen Angels she steps into a new world. Erik Hawthorne, the reserved lead singer of the group seems to have his eyes on her. Now tasked with managing their social media while trying to discover herself, it’s up to Avril to promote the band in time for the last Warped Tour while balancing the turmoil within the band. Avril’s world soon becomes full of hardships she had never experienced before: addiction, uncertainty, and the struggles of finding true love.

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Check out my story! It’s a modern-day New/Young Adult Romance that’s one part Phantom of the Opera and one part Beauty and the Beast with a little dash of crime drama mixed in.

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After suffering extensive injuries in Afghanistan from an IED that killed his best friend, Ryan decided he was better off dead. He intended to live out the rest of his days alone, away from the media circus surrounding his famous family, away from his heartless ex-fiancee, and away from anyone who knew him before his deployment. When he finds a young woman unconscious and succumbing to hypothermia in the snow outside his remote cabin, his plans to live in complete isolation are thrown into chaos. Though he tries to keep her at arm’s length, he finds himself warming to her as she quietly brings life back into his lonely existence. But he’s not the only one in hiding, and she’s keeping a terrible secret that could get them both killed.

A recent review: “It’s been a while since I felt so motivated to read and that is all thanks to your story. So far it’s been nothing short of amazing and I’m looking forward to what’s going to happen next. Another thing I appreciate is how much it differs from the cliche “overpowering alpha male and weak female” kind of story. Both [main characters] are equally broken, trying to find light together. It’s so realistic to the point where it makes me cry and laugh along with them.:heart::heart:

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Based on a real story, with a twist.

June and Bernard, both from Asia and stuck in a British boarding school, met for the first time on a warm September night. Love tied their opposite worlds, yet somewhere along the way, they lost the love. This spirals into a game of revenge and heartbreak when one of them goes missing, as they find out that their differences made them great lovers, but perhaps even greater enemies.

This personal piece explores what it means to fall in love for the first time, power dynamic in relationships and whether love itself is doomed by fate and circumstance.



Lydia Scott, a recent college graduate, moves to New York City to start as an event and programs coordinator at the home office of The Braxton Group, a financial service company. Lydia begins to feel a little out of her element when she first starts with the company until she finds a group of young professionals similar to her in age who help her understand the classic ways of the corporate world.

A classic coming to age story, with a corporate world twist that we all dream is a fairy tale. Lydia will learn the ups and downs associated with her first career out of college. And even what to do if you possibly get involved with a co-worker. She begins to realize that the inside of the castle walls is a lot different than she ever imagined.



“What else? She is so beautiful. You don’t get tired of looking at her. You never worry if she is smarter than you: You know she is. She is funny without ever being mean. I love her. I am so lucky to love her. You don’t get to choose if you get hurt in this world but you do have some say in who hurts you. I like my choices. I hope she likes hers.”
~ The Fault In Our Stars- John Green

Our stars weren’t perfectly aligned either. We had so much in common, every thought I had she had, every thing I liked she loved. She was my soulmate ,well according to me. I didn’t used to believe in soulmates and Romantic shit like that till I met her. She was just perfect. Her imperfections made her perfect. My subconscious instantly fell for her. It was never meant to be, I knew that but who gives a fuck when you are in love. Everything seems possible. It did too.

“I am Technically single but my heart is taken by someone I can’t call mine.”

The Path Of Suffering