In late summer, demolition began on the Forest Mall, once the hub of hustle and bustle in my hometown.
Leo Dunn lost his bid for reelection as student council president, thanks to a no-good reporter. He’s not taking it lightly.
When Harry gets caught pulling a teenage prank, he knows he’s in trouble—two ways. Who’s going to clean up this mess anyway?
The truth is, 2020 didn’t start off well and never got much better. Look back with Sarah on what she’s grateful for and onward to what she’s inspired by.
Drake has something to share with April on the night of his cousin’s wedding. She can’t help wonder if she’ll end up a part of the family secret forever.
Addy isn’t sure whether there’s a heaven, or whether purgatory is real, or what to believe anymore. What she wants is just a touch of confirmation.
What do a wizard, a lawyer, a victim and a First Lady have in common? Sarah’s favorite childhood tales have quite the impact on her adult life.
The shackles around Anna’s ankles drag against the cement floor with every shuffle she takes, sounding like an anchor…
Is there anything more righteous than the pursuit of vigilante justice by liberating your belongings from a captor at a rummage sale?