Alex Cooper may be small and scrawny, but he is a fighting machine. Anybody who tries to attack him immediately regrets it. Even the tallest and largest thugs are no match for him. Alex is not somebody you want to mess around with.
After being out of the United States for nearly ten years, Alex decides to return to his home country to restart his life. It doesn't take long for local gangs to realize that Alex is a threat that needs to be taken out. They will go to drastic measures to make sure that he is dead. Will Alex once again come out on top? Or has he finally met his match?
Here's a poem that I wrote. I'm no expert at poetry, so I'm sorry if it seems clunky. This is about a certain subject that I'm very passionate about.
Ben Warner is a divorced father with full custody of his four daughters. Being a hard-working single father makes it very difficult to spend time with his daughters. As the holidays come up, Ben is determined to make the most of the few weeks of vacation he has with his girls. It's time to go on a Christmas vacation to San Antonio to see some beautiful Christmas lights and go on the River Walk.
And that means they can enjoy even more of the fantasy world that the five of them have created together. Their house was only a small section of Fairy Land. What other parts of Fairy Land were left to explore? The answers can be found in San Antonio.
After hearing that he would soon become an uncle, Jeremiah became just as excited as the rest of his family. But excitement wasn't the only emotion he had. Other emotions and thoughts rested deep inside him. And he wasn't exactly comfortable with sharing these thoughts with the rest of his family.
As Jeremiah meets little Damian for the first time, Jeremiah can't help but finally spill out his emotions. And these emotions are not exactly happy and joyful.
A very dark planet was in need of light. To give this planet light, an unusual species known as the Nimps were created. As the Nimps completely lit up the planet, their creator felt they were now ready to take control of the planet themselves. But before he left, their creator gave the Nimps a very important piece of advice. Following this advice would ensure that the Nimps would live together in peace for the rest of eternity.
However, the Nimps would soon completely forget about their creator's advice and act in ways that their creator would not have wanted. These actions would soon lead to chaos...
It's Jim Burleson's forty-fifth birthday, yet he won't answer any calls from his family. As a matter of fact, Jim hasn't had any contact with his family in over six months and has very little contact with any friends and family at all for the past two years. What is going on with him?
Jim's older brother, Anthony, is deeply concerned about him, as Jim had gone through some very rough times in the past. If something was upsetting Jim, Anthony would go out of his way to find him happiness...even if it meant doing something that was wrong in the eyes of certain people.
Anthony only wanted to do what he knew was best for Jim. Why couldn't others understand? This wasn't just the story of Jim Burleson. This was the story of what society had become.
Close siblings Greg and Steph are both living a nightmare. Work is a pain, their children are out of control, their spouses left them (to be with each other), and they can hardly find any moment of peace. All they want is a break.
As July comes up, the siblings decide it's about time they take a vacation. Three weeks with no work, no kids, and no stress. They can hardly wait for it to begin.
But things don't go exactly as planned.
After several failed relationships, it seems that Laura Sharpe has finally found the man she is looking for. Someone who is smart, kind, and loves her for who she is. It seems she has finally found the perfect husband. There's just one thing left to do. Get his two daughters to like her.
These two little girls may be sweet and well-behaved, but they can't stand their father's new girlfriend. They want her gone. And they absolutely refuse to try and build any bond with her.
Laura wants to build a relationship with these girls, even if that means going to extreme measures. Such as going three whole weeks with just her and them. Laura is determined to build a bond with them by the end of these three weeks. And the girls are determined to make her give up before the end of the first week.
The battle begins.
A Harry Potter fanfiction that I started on over a year ago. Or, sort of fanfiction. It takes place over one hundred years after the Harry Potter series but in the same universe. No characters from Harry Potter will make appearances (since they're probably all dead), but they will be referenced now and then.
Also, the title is not set and stoned. I'm not sure what to call the story right now, so "The Rainfords" will be the working title for now. Hope y'all enjoy.
(Note: I'm not British, so I'm pretty unfamiliar with British terms. Just consider this an "Americanized" version of the story.)
A short story that I wrote for my college creative writing class. It's (sort of) a prequel to "Jim." I'm planning on expanding this story sometime in the future.
Adrian Kyle hasn't been the same since his father's tragic death. With his family just as distraught as him, it was hard to find anybody to talk to about his sorrow. Having to move to an unfamiliar city across the country only makes the situation much worse. Adrian isn't even sure if he could ever feel happy again.
Adrian doesn't really care much about his new neighborhood at first, but that quickly changes once he learns about the people who live there. Neighbors keep warning Adrian's family about a strange man who lives in a very large house only a few blocks away. Three little girls invite Adrian to come play at their house...the same house where the strange man lives. To top it all off, there are much more little girls living at this house than Adrian had thought.
Needless to say, this isn't at all what Adrian had been expecting...
Here's a poem that I wrote for my creative writing class in college. It turned out to be more of like a prose, but I guess it can still be considered like a poem at some parts. Anyway, the poem covers a topic that I think needs a lot more attention than it gets. This problem has really gotten out of hand and I think something really needs to be done.
At McLaren's Happy Home, there worked a man named Scott Stoltz. To the people that he worked with, Scott was a very kind and caring young man. However, Scott has a story. It's a story that explains how Scott had evolved into the man that he currently was. Many people already knew of this story. And these people weren't exactly willing to give Scott the respect that he deserves.
Scott wants people to know his own version of the story. He wants people to understand that he no longer was the person that he once had been. Sadly, many people just didn't understand how to leave the past behind.
If people refused to hear the story directly from him, then perhaps he could retell the story through the life of someone else...
Is it possible for a man to be raped by a woman? If a man claims to have been raped by a woman, would anybody take him seriously? Have double standards just really gotten out of hand? Well, Kevin Kirkland has the answers to all of these questions. And he's not the least bit happy about it.
No matter where Kevin goes, she will always find him. She will continue to do the things she does as long as nobody is willing to help him. As time continues to pass, Kevin slowly becomes more and more unstable. He soon can't even look at women that remind him of her. He grows chills just when he hears that dreaded name.
Will Kevin ever live his life normally again? Will he ever put an end to this monster's heinous acts?
Or will he just have to put an end to all of it for good?
Living in poverty, Samuel Carter was unknown to society. He always hoped to find new people he could talk to and have some sort of relationship with, but such hopes remained nothing more than a dream. However, an invitation to a party from an old friend would soon change everything.
At first, Carter is enthralled by all the new people he meets at the party. It seems he can finally begin making some new friends. As it turns out though, not everybody he meets at the party is entirely pleasant. As a matter of fact, at least one of these individuals has some very secretive motives...
(Note: I wrote this story back in the summer of 2012. I was only 17 at the time, so I was a little naïve about certain things. That being said, there might be some factual errors at certain parts in this story. I hope you enjoy it anyway!)
(Note: This story is unfinished. Several changes need to be made to the ending. Like I said, I wrote this story years ago and I want to perfect it.)