Discovering Juliana – Jes2G

Life in Willow Creek came with good and bad for Harriet and Harold Humphries. Harriet ran the local library while recently retired Harold muttered to himself, content to stay at home. How were they to expect that meeting Juliana Sepulveda, an immigrant fleeing the violence of Monte Vista, would change their lives? Status: Ongoing First Post: February…

A Ghost of a Chance – Raerei

First, there was darkness.Then, a mysterious figure illuminated the blackness around him with flashes of images. They were blurry at first, slowly coming into focus, one by one consuming the empty world around him. But one cannot move forward by merely recollecting what once was, and there is a new door of opportunity walk through, even…

The Cat Chronicles – Mastress Alita

Being a kitten without her milk-queen is dangerous, but at least at the animal prison, he was comfortable. That is until the one that smells like mutts and sandboxes leaves him in a new territory with his new owner, the sad wrinkly two-legger. Adopted at a young age, this kitten explores their new home, attempts…

Unexpected Turn – Octopocket

Rick Schmitz is typically suave and debonair. All the girls want him, men want to be him, and he thinks he has life figured out with is two roommates, the workaholic Alvin and the side-kick best friend Rhett, at his side. That is until Rhett’s sister comes into town. The silver-haired Olivia doesn’t act nearly like any…

Noble Doubt – Rosemary

“If you would stop spending so much time alone, you’d have so much fun!” her sister would point at Memphis. It was a common complaint, one that Memphis tried not to take to heart. The two had made due since their parent’s accident and even if the freckled ginger was adopted, Memphis missed them dearly.…

Exit Without Saving – ChealsyCat

Jess was happy. Or is she? With a one-sided marriage and a growing rift between her family, Jess finds a way to escape her reality into another. Posted On: September 30, 2016 Status: Concluded First Impressions: This is a very short story that received first place prize, and rightfully so. What the formatting lacks, the story…