How does it feels to be left alone in this miserable world??? To figure your path towards your destiny all by yourself and to fulfill your idealistic dreams..... To find your own self in the deepths of darkness and to figure out the purpose of your creation in this egoistic world........ To face all the persecutions and bullies but yet to hope the best.... Do u feel it???? What would you do in her place????? Would you run away or face the hurdles.........??
Never ever lose hope and find the true purpose of your creation because there may be many rich or poor people, but there wouldn't be the other you!!!!
Why am I cursed?
Humanity will never learn,
the truth of fiction.
From cursed audio to man-eating planets, this collection will leave you questioning reality itself. Whether it's slashers your into or pure psychological, all of them is contained within these many issues. If you're up for a challenge, try reading them at night.
New York, 1973
Randal Clement is a journalist who investigates UFO phenomena. As he does so, he puts his life on the line, as other supernatural and paranormal phenomena happens in the city that never sleeps.
"It was supposed to be a simple experiment involving lucid dreaming, how could it have gone so wrong?"
I never could've foreseen what happened. I never thought I would be facing this reality. But here I am.
Everything has changed.
This is my story to tell. The story of how I'm at the bottom...and how I'll make it to the top.
This is the story of my PaperGarden.
This is a HOOD story.
Karma Brismé. 19 years old. 5 foot 7 brick house for damn sure. Ass to tittie ratio on point. A face so beautiful you could say it was carved from the hands of Michael Angelo himself, actually she was once told. Bred from a white heroin addicted mother and fifty year old Haitian pimp. Attracting older men definitely ran in her blood.
Archibald Jackson. 57 year old. 6 foot 5 Caucasion male. Millionaire ceo. He's watched his granddaughter (Laura) and Karma play and grow up together for years and he can't help the rush of emotions he feels at the sight of a now fully adulted Karma.
Literally a story about a teenage girl going from rags to riches. From the hood to the suburbs.
A Non-Fiction true crime account about the Zodiac Killer.
When a 16-year-old high school student, Kaya, found her grandmother dead in their house, she had no other options but to move to another country to live with her parents and leave behind everything despite having other plans. Starting over in another country would be a huge adjustment for Kaya; she’d have to abandon all the wonderful opportunities offered to her and make drastic changes to her plans. It's one bad news after the other, she's faced with more unexpected heartaches, challenges, huge responsibilities, and major setbacks - too much for her to bear all at the same time - that greatly impact her plans. She needs to find the courage to keep fighting for the sake of herself and those who are looking up to her; depending on her. She promised them, "You'll always have me."
But what about her, who will be there to say, “You’ll always have me” when nothing is going right, and she wants to give up? Is this all there is to her story? Is this all that life has got to offer?
After the school superintendent is arrested for shooting an antigun demonstrator, the young boys of Enterprise Military Academy find themselves under siege by the State Police and the National Guard. When issued a court order to give up the firearms in the school arsenal, the cadets, being good soldiers, do their best to protect their territory and rights and declare war on the school's home state, New Jersey. Smoldering tensions, distrust, and fear threaten to ignite the explosive situation at any moment.
Jack Crusher, journalist and Enterprise alumnus, as well as the father of one of the cadets, Wesley Crusher, narrates the story as a liaison between the embattled academy and the real world. Parents, police, the National Guard, and the press are impotent; it is an eminent psychologist who finally finds the key that averts disaster.
This is a place brimming with all kinds of joy and hardship. This is a world, a shelter for the living. This is a paradise. For both of us - for you, and for us.
I wonder. How would you react if you were here?
The excruciating heat, the irritability that was surfacing. It was during summer that everything happened. On yet another day filled with eccentricity is a story about a high school teenager and her twin brother who rarely goes home.