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.
Soma by cybersheep
Quite frankly, Col would rather eat scorpions than engage in any sort of confrontation; scorpions are high in protein, low in fat, and you get used to the stinging after the first few bites. How he ended up in a gang, fetching tea for 'the most clever, wonderful and amazing woman in the world', is...an awkward story. Why he's now been ordered to kidnap an obsessive waiter is ever harder to explain. And why said waiter insists on kissing him at every opportunity he can... Col isn't even going to even think about that. Add to that a handsome rich-boy violinist who may or may not want to kill him, a government conspiracy that could tear the world wide open, and a demented narcissist who quite literally wants his blood, and scorpions don't sound too bad at all, do they?
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.
Camp Boulder by Palliser Complete
Parker Nelson got accepted into the most prestigious soccer camp in the country; but he's not even that good at soccer. And he has no idea what the hell he's doing, especially when it comes to his roommate.
So I was Hit by a Car the Other Day by Lainiee Complete
Lucky had resigned himself to the life of an observer. The little brother. The best friend. The sidekick. The straight man. He was perfectly fine with being annoyed by everybody as long as he didn't have to actively participate. But then life decided to kick him in the balls and dumped his twitching body into his own crappy, never ending soap opera. And if he was irritated before, man is he ** off now.
Sluts in Love by Charlie Sheen Complete
This isn't one of those fucking love stories where the bitch finally falls in love. No, Juliet is a whore and professional cock blocker who is going to be alone for the rest of her miserable, fucked up life and the worst part is she's dragging me right along with her.
A Life Guide to Prolonging the Inevitable by EruptingFender9 Complete
Comic books and video games are not cool. Charlie Moyer knows this, and she doesn't need a constant reminder. Especially from Shane Griffith, but nonetheless, he took her childhood-embarrassment and made it his profession. Five years later, Charlie hasn't forgotten. She's lost the braces and the glasses, and now she's back in Hills Ridge to make damn-well positive he pays his dues.