Category Archives: YA

Are You Normal? Ask Cosmo

Judy’s office was filled with noise. The presentation for corporate was closing in– four days, six hours– and no one could sit still. No one was promised anything, but one word kept passing between people like a secret. Promotion. It … Continue reading

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Taylor Swift Might Have a Point. Then Again, Maybe Not.

I see David through the cafe window. When I walk in, we don’t touch. “You found it,” he starts. There are circles under his eyes. I wonder why he hasn’t been sleeping. I’m not sure it’s my right to know … Continue reading

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Happy (Belated) Valentine’s Day!

Author’s Note: In honor of Valentine’s Day (and the glorious blog hop hosted by Heather Webb), here’s a retelling of one of my scenes from London Streets– A Love Story. Comment and enjoy! *** He walks over, “What’ll you have?” … Continue reading

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Dickens has Nothing on These Expectations

Date: March 14, 2012 Skype Call to Daniel Weaver Duration: 1 hr, 05 min Duration of relationship: 9 months “Holy Jesus, Dan, there’s almost twenty things on this.” Marley watched her boyfriend’s pixellated image shake back and forth. “I bolded … Continue reading

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London Streets– A Love Story

Walking down the cobble stone streets, coming from another club in the Strand, I’m trying to remember why I thought it was a good idea to pack heels. I can usually walk in them just fine (dance too), but the … Continue reading

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Good to See You Again, You Lying Bastard.

Ten million people in New York City– and I can’t escape the one that reminded me why I wanted to disappear. “Molly,” I say after knocking on her door, “Why is Luke Hollaway coming here? He’s an actor, not a … Continue reading

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Drunken Propositions

Lyle takes his fifth shot of tequila in the hour he and Aly have been at the party. He licks the line of salt off his hand, winces at the strength of the tequila, and bites the lime for effect. … Continue reading

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