Sometimes, the death of someone you don’t know finds a way to hit too close to home.
Tired of being overworked, Nicola decides to change up her usual schedule in the name of self-care. But, when a message from her boss threatens that, her reply is le
Margo has always hated summer, but one beach and one friend will forever change that, for better or for worse.
As Cate’s country prepares for the beginning of the end, Cate tries to soak up the present, as she wishes to have learned from the past.
After each home game, Evie cleans the gym at her high school for some extra under-the-table cash – and something much more valuable.
In light of recent events in the United States, including multiple mass shootings, one writer considers: how do we recommend America?
Having spent a lifetime at the mercy of their parents’ choices, Everett and Adelaide reflect on some questions that have been nagging them at them.
Working at a motel across from an amusement park, Everett knows all about rollercoaster, but one guest is going to make him feel like he’s riding one of his own. <
Can a relationship last when one of the parties is dead-set on self-destruction? Is it worth watching a time bomb tick tock, or should you save yourself?