Tio Ricardo (español)

Esta historia escribí en ingles por mi “tío” y ya lo traduci a español.  Gracias a todos mis amigos que me ayudaron!!!!  Y por favor, disculpa los errores. ———- Mis papás decidieron mandarme a Colombia en mi último año de colegio. Me dijeron que yo necesitaba conocer otras culturas… que no agradecía las cosas simples … More Tio Ricardo (español)

Danielle: Getting Burned

 This was a random story I wrote based on the following writing prompt:  “Are there adults around?  Tell a story (based on truth or fiction) where someone is playing with fire–literally or metaphorically–and probably shouldn’t be.”  Danielle is hanging out with the wrong crowd and ends up getting burned… well her bottom anyway. ——— I … More Danielle: Getting Burned

Back on Track 2

Jocelyn is back, and still smoking.  This time Alan’s the one who spanks her.     ———- It seemed like a good idea when I thought of it.  Usually that’s how ideas go, right?  Well, I had been smoking it up in my friend’s apartment munching on marshmallow popcorn when the idea crossed my mind.  … More Back on Track 2

Back on Track

(story revised 1/4/2019) Jocelyn is going down the wrong path, and her two older brothers will do what they can to help her get back on track. ———- It sucks when you think you’re home alone and you’re not.  Especially when you’re doing something that you shouldn’t be doing… like smoking weed. My older brother, … More Back on Track

Stabler Girls: Jerry

Part of the Stabler Girls series.  Breanna meets Lenore’s friend, Jerry, who ends up causing them more trouble than he’s probably worth.  But Lenore loves him like crazy, and it’s really all Great Aunt Mildred’s fault! ———- It was spring break, and Lenore and Breanna’s Great-Aunt Mildred (not to be confused with great Aunt Mildred, … More Stabler Girls: Jerry

Tio Ricardo

Disclaimer: I do not intend for this story to be a stereotypical Colombian story about drugs… I do understand that Colombia is a beautiful country with loads more than marijuana. In fact, the only reason I chose Colombia is because I happened to be eating a Colombian empanada when I wrote this. So I hope … More Tio Ricardo