"If you are reading this, you are checking me out. xD" That's a little line I saw scrawled across the back of my middle school crush's bell bottoms. We didn't work out, later on in life, but that's what life is all about. The journey. I am a big fan of the sentiment that, "There is no story not worth telling," which is, of course, from the PSP game Final Fantasy 7: Crisis Core. Of all places. As a result, I am a media sponge, so if it's got a good story, I want to check it out. If you'd like to share a story with me, I will love it and you, but make sure to let me know to keep it a secret if you'll die of embarrassment. Please.
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Keep Right: Winter
by Rj Waltz
Bad-boy editor Rick Harding is sent by his boss to the little town of Angel Falls to piece his life back together after a rough breakup.
Hazel Blare, a nervous wreck of a woman, chases her therapist to Angel Falls from the big city, desperate to keep the only good therapist she has ever had. While navigating the small town's rumor mill, she attempts to keep her mental illness under wraps.
by Rj Waltz
Rusty, age 21, stumbles through life at a bar in a bustling metropolis. He meets strange and exotic people, including the vulgar princess Angel, his gay best friend and coworker Jim, Harry the computer mastermind, and his energetic boss Aaron. Rusty navigates the pitfalls of dating with Angel's questionable advice, but even he can't avoid the strings of destiny.
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