Jexon Kendrik is a veterinary student at a university in Perth Western Australia, his home is a remote cattle station in the Pilbara region of northern Western Australia, just south of the hottest town in the state, where temperatures are often 40 degrees Celsius or above during the summer months. Not long after turning twenty one, life for Jexon takes a different turn which includes a bit of travelling to the countries capital and plenty of drama.
Ryan isn't a singer so why is he added to the band after they had released their first album as the new up and coming boy band of the year? Jasper is certain this is all a publicity stunt by their manager, why else would someone so inappropriate for the position, get placed in with them? While three members of the band are happy to accept this change, Jasper challenges the manager and when their personal situations end up on headlines creating drama, it becomes clear that they are all being manipulated. Jasper finds himself becoming protective of Ryan and developing feelings he didn’t expect towards the sweet and gentle man.
Reflections of the past, realities of the present, and hopes for the future. These aren't prompts, and anything could wind up here, from poetry to monologues. It's all about words, and the forms they lead us to.
After decades keeping a promise to leave him alone, Kevin returns to seek the help of the person who despises him most, Lee. The very man who had unknowingly inspired a revolutionary quest to change the species he was converted into. Word has gotten out among the ancient community of this change and in order to keep himself and his secrets safe, Kevin has to work with Lee, while keeping him completely in the dark about the truth of what they are hiding. With a history of betrayal and lies, the only way Kevin knows how to protect Lee, is by walking the tightrope of deceit, even if Lee hates him forever.
Writers make mistakes, especially when writing quickly. Students make mistakes, even when writing slowly. Students writing quickly often make lots of mistakes, and they get unintentionally funny. Here are some of them.
In Germany, it appears there's a whole cult that collects these. In America, we largely have the popular British book Eats Shoots and Leaves by Lynne Truss. This collection follows both of those.
A friendly caution: A little of these goes a long way, so don't try to read them all at once. They get less funny. Very less funny. Far less funny. Oh so less funny. You were warned.
Kevin Thorne's life was pretty straight forward. With a loving mother and an adorable but annoying six year old brother as family, he didn't think he needed anyone else to make it better. But as usual, just when you think you have it all figured out, life throws a curve ball. And Kevin now has to adjust to accommodate a stranger in his family - a stranger who brings sudden change in how he felt about a lot of things in his life.
Voldemort is dead and the wizarding world is dead. Can Harry Potter now live a normal life? No! He finds out his friends are spies for Dumbledore and Ginny is obsessed with becoming the next Lady Potter even though he has told her time and again that he is gay. As his friendship with Hermione and Ron deteriorated he found a new friendship in Neville Longbottom and Draco Malfoy of all people.
Follow along as they leave the British wizarding world behind and travel to America where they meet a group of wolf shifters and vegetarian vampires.
Dumbledore , Ron, Molly, Ginny, and Hermione bashing
Barnegat Bay is a romance, which starts on the Jersey shore in the summer of 1932. It focuses on its narrator, Doc, and his friends Mike, Larry, Al, and Spence, summer lifeguards soon headed into their senior year at CCNY -- the City College of New York. This is in the uncertain times and job market of the still early years of the Great Depression, just before Franklin Delano Roosevelt was elected. Joining the guys are Mary and Claire, local to the area but no less ambitious for their lives, and in fairly close by New York City, Doc's parents.
It may initially seem an odd book for this site, but, believe me, it's not.