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To school my subscribers

So i got the emails and all you guys "WTF" messages. Thank you. I really do love you guys. I will continue the blog from tomorrow. Don't stress. Whoever hasn't received replies i will get back to you guys as soon as i can. Right now however I'm listening to two huge dogs snore and … Continue reading To school my subscribers

A letter to my readers

To breathe is to live. My grandmother once said that to me. I never understood what she meant until recently. We can not live our lives without regret. We can not feel emotion with experiencing tears. We can not learn the lessons of our lives without having to fall from our choices. Pathways are the … Continue reading A letter to my readers

School me p2 (page 42)

Lizzy My day was not turning out any way on how I’d planned it, scratch that, what I meant to say in simple terms is my day sucked ass in a huge way.   It started when I went to first period and Reagan Orniel was there waiting in all his major glory. Did I … Continue reading School me p2 (page 42)

School me p2 (page 41)

Sabastian   “Hey, could you get me a cup of coffee, I just need to make a few calls.” I don't wait for a reply from Dainy who has been held up in the kitchen doing only hell knows what. I head on up the stairs to my room. The dark oak wood gating the … Continue reading School me p2 (page 41)

School me p2 (page 40)

Sabastian It's another hour before we’ve posted her father’s bail. I didn't expect Dainy to be so pliant when I agreed to pay the one and half mil. I didn't expect her to leave the station without even greeting her father either. But then again Dainy didn't act like the concerned daughter she oughta be. … Continue reading School me p2 (page 40)

School me p2 (page 39)

Sabastian  The police station in Liston Hills, is what I would mildly describe as ‘different.’ Over the years the blue bloods have kept their promise by keeping the scum out of Liston Hills. And to show our gratitude the founding families awarded them with excellent work space. We don't pay the cops extra. Nope, we … Continue reading School me p2 (page 39)

River’s Keeper (A sneak peak)

Prelude  Growing up life was good, simple. I took it for granted. Why not right? I had a stay at home mom, and two older brothers. I was the baby and my family treated me as such. My dad was an electrician for a machine repair company only 10 miles from Laurelhurst, our suburban home … Continue reading River’s Keeper (A sneak peak)

Satan Snipers

Happy Blue Monday to all my many subscribers. Many of you have all noticed that River's keeper is on pre-order yippee.  Another Satan Sniper's Mc book completed. I'm going to send through the first chapter. Before I do, I just want to let you guys know that there is a prelude to this book. I'm … Continue reading Satan Snipers

School me p2 (page 38)

Sabastian We've been driving for all but ten minutes, taking the long strip of road toward the city centre. Dainy is behind the wheel doing forty miles per hour. Luckily we haven't hit anything but we still got another five minutes drive before we get to the station. I haven't sweated in a suit since … Continue reading School me p2 (page 38)