Hiring a Hooligan by Deena Complete
Determined to put the fear of God into the racist homophobe who messed up her best friend, mild-mannered Jane Hazelton resorts to hiring a thug to do the job. Trouble is, said thug isn't interested in money, he's interested in her.
Hot Sauce And Cigarettes by Farinaceous
True love isn't simple, not exotic--at best, it can be embarrassing. Your dream guy is probably your worst nightmare. The real nuts don't advertise. And our journey of self-discovery is sparked by the most mundane people and places. I didn't really know this--I didn't even really know me, until, like my favorite character Alice--I jumped into a portal of funny happenings, witty sayings, twisted logic, and terrifying people.
How to Make a Human by Oddity
Bobbie Heising is a new student in her senior year at high school. Unfortunately for Bobbie, she is also tall, awkward, lanky, and a terrible liar. It also doesn't help that she has a severe case of diarrhea of the mouth and can't stop herself from making an ass out of herself in any given situation. Yeah, that could make being a new student a little difficult.
Melvin T. Bentley by vigilante_fever
Chloe was an average girl, but the murder of her father, being kidnapped and held hostage for month has changed Chloe drastically. Placed into the FBI's protective care, Chloe is transformed into a boy, Melvin T. Bentley and placed into an all boy's boarding school for her protection. Yet, Melvin, as she becomes known, keeps drawing attention to herself by provoking fights with muscled boys nearly every day. It may be a way to drown out her emotional pain and guilt, but will it cost her life?
Richard Fidget by Drew T.
His name is Richard Fidget. He likes to make up stories for gullible people. This story is true, though, he thinks. Richard's memories don't serve him as well as they used to, quite unlike the high-definition memories found in the mirror this whole story is about. But I'm getting ahead of myself. Read, read as Richard floats through his spring break and the last weeks of middle school. Kowalski (a fat friend), and Samantha (a pretty girl) are there with him. Their lives will all change forever once Richard finds the mirror, the Memory Mirror, and then nothing will be the same... You'll laugh. You'll cry. A little bit of pee will come out. But you have never read anything like this...and probably never will again.