“Fifteen years, I’ve spent FIFTEEN YEARS, trying to find this so called Waldo,” I seethe pacing back and forth. It’s impossible, I think to my self pausing my pacing as a brilliant idea pops into my head.”Max, get your leash and Darla,... (more »)
The young woman walked, her hips swaying, her lips slightly curved. Upon her figure were a slender dress and a nametag that spelt out her name, ‘Rachel’. She could vaguely hear the sound of her heels clicking against the marble flooring. It... (more »)
let me tell you about the day i went to aunt Jeremiahs house. well it was only 3 day's into summer. My mom was going through picture albums. Soon enough she said have i every told about your aunt Jeremiah. I said no. Then my mom said aunt... (more »)
The movie Ender’s Game is quite different than the book. Ender’s Game was a clear example of different perspectives. All the different elements weren’t the same. The book had things that the movie didn’t. The movie also changed some of the... (more »)
This story all began with me tripping myself up the stairs last Thursday. It wasn't on purpose or anything. I was just minding my own business when an unexpected stair appeared in my way. All of a sudden I was sprawled on the ground, far... (more »)
Enders game is a military science fiction book. Written by Orson Scott Card, this book evokes the feeling of being in the future or future world. Andrew Ender Wiggin is a small boy in the beginning of this book and into... (more »)
“I DON’T WANT TO!!!” I yelled at my mom and slammed my door, making the house rumble.
“I HATE YOU!” I screamed. I fell onto my bed and thought how I was just so childish. I was 16 and I was acting childish! My mom blew up on me... (more »)
A Grim Future
Jim strolled out of his safe room when he heard a sound from the kitchen; he explored it and found that it was a pot that had fallen on the floor; the pot must have fallen on the ground right after the earthquake. The earthquake,... (more »)
Something’s not right, she looked to her left and then her right looking for what might be wrong, but nothing seemed amiss. She lifted her school bag to her shoulder and walked into her class knowing as a new student that every eye would be... (more »)
I got out of jail and went home to Tom and Benny. It has been a while since I saw Benny, Tom has visited me a lot since I was in jail. Morgan and I became good friends during the time and I am glad of that.
"He Lilah." Said Chong. He is... (more »)
A few drinks between the two strangers. Buzzed off the wine, high off the connection she thought they were sharing. Clinks of the glasses as they wrapped up dinner and headed back to the hotel. Dark room, no windows, she was filled with energy, he... (more »)
I ran faster, the rain cutting into my exposed arms like miniature daggers. My boots, full of water now, squelched in the mud beneath me. I could barely hear my ragged breath above the pounding in my ears.
My eyes... (more »)
“Pete, wake up, are you going?” asked my dad softly peeking in through my door.
“Uhhh, yeah just one minute,” I slurred back.
It was 5:30 in the morning. My dad liked to go hunting on Saturdays at this time and he liked to take... (more »)
Searing pain spreads in my ear caused by the roaring alarm that blasts through the house. My eyes peek open to find a grey cloud of smoke covering my ceiling. Sweat slides down my face dampening the pillow that lays underneath me.
while laying... (more »)
Bursts of light fill the air, blinding those who watch. The heavy rains beat down on all things, stinging the skin of all living organisms. The waves grow taller each time they crash into the shore. The winds howl in the night, stirring up the... (more »)
I looked over and she was gone. My best friend, Daniela Patterson, was gone and I was alone on the crowded streets of New York City surrounded by thousands of strangers in the freezing cold during winter break in the tenth grade. Earlier that... (more »)