"You are such a Capricorn, I love that." "I am literally the Grim Reaper."
When a deadly disease ravages the town of Holmsley, Frankie and her friends find themselves trapped inside a military-blockaded quarantine zone. *****A story that was first published in 2014 and feels more relevant than ever.Fifteen-year-old Frankie and her friends must find their way out of quarantine if they want to survive. As the body count rises, Frankie realizes that this is no ordinary quarantine and no one is coming to help. Once infected, the sick become crazed and violent, while fear turns other survivors to savages. And who or what are the mysterious figures Frankie keeps seeing around town? It seems she'll have to unravel the dark truth behind it all if she wants to get out alive...Content and/or trigger warning: This story describes disease outbreaks and contains scenes of violence, which may be triggering for some readers.[[word count: 100,000-150,000 words]]
He was the boy that no one noticed. He was quiet, bland to the naked eye, a total wallflower who sat on the sidelines and lacked in eye contact with those around him though he had the type of eyes that made you feel like you could drown. He tried his best to blend into the background, but what he didn't know was that he was the only one that caught my eye. He was the most intriguing person I had ever laid eyes on even though he couldn't see me. He couldn't see anything.
⌈ He was deaf, she was mute. And they communicated through sticky notes. ⌋ A multimedia teen fiction story, extended summary inside.Copyright © 2018 by awishgrantingfactory.[ Highest Rank - #253 in Teen Fiction ]❱ ❱ ❱ ❱ ❱ ❱ ❱ ❱ ✾ ❰ ❰ ❰ ❰ ❰ ❰ ❰ ❰ ➵ Published: 2nd March 2018➵ Completed: 31st May 2019
"Tell me what you want.""All I want is you."Isla Monroe is officially out of her tiny hometown, Shellside Bay. She's starting her first week of college and she's living in the heart of the city with her best friend, River. Things couldn't be more perfect.There's only one problem - her boyfriend Everett is half way across the world.[Sequel to Isla but can be read as a standalone]
Amelia Bouchard gave her number to the cute barista on campus.It's not him that ends up texting her.Highest rank: #16 teen fiction, #73 in romance
When Jane Madarang's neighbor Natalie kills herself and leaves behind cryptic instructions, it's up to Jane and her classmates to unearth deadly secrets. ***** Natalie Driscoll is dead.She threw herself out a window and left her neighbor Jane to unravel their town's darkest secrets. Following Natalie's instructions leads Jane to three other high school students who all have something to hide. The four of them must carry out Natalie's final errand while solving the mysteries written in her diary. But the secrets they unearth may be far more dangerous than what they ever imagined.Content and/or trigger warning: This story contains scenes of suicide, violence and murder that may be triggering for some readers.[[word count: 100,000-150,000 words]]
A story in which a girl falls in love with a sociopath.Highest rank: #1 in Teen Fiction [July 29, 2022], #1 in Humor [January 3, 2023], #12 in New Adult [January 23, 2023], #26 in Romance [January 26, 2023].