Why do people, more often than not, do stupid things that screw up their lives? Intrigued by people, but not always able to understand their actions, that question of why fascinates Puppilull. A long time reader and spinner of fantasies, Puppilull is new to writing for the public and her content varies. To tell a story worth reading, she tries to stay true and honest to the characters. Besides, what’s the point of telling a story, if you don’t try to get to know the people who inhabit it?
Devon is struggling with feelings of life slipping through his fingers, which in turn causes his mind to slip away to far more romantic places. But what does he actually want out of life? And will it include his boyfriend Fabian?
How far is too far when trying to help a person in an abusive relationship? Is it any of your business who people choose as partner? Stuart can't get Cyril's situation out of his mind, but for most of us his plan would fall into the "too far" category. Question is - will it work?
Sometimes being a friend to someone in need tests you to your limits. How can you ever be enough for someone who has lost his footing in life and can’t move forward? Stuart tries his best to be there for Cyril, but his colleague turned roommate isn’t making things easy for either of them.
A surprise visitor drops in unannounced and Ruben realizes he’s not alone. None of us are. The discovery shakes him to his core. When others want to make sure the secret remains a secret, what will he do? Turn his back and pretend nothing has happened? Or take a chance?