Penelope’s Story: An Odyssey Fanfiction, Part I

I could never tell anyone the truth: I really hoped that Odysseus would never return. The truth was, I never really liked him. Is that all right to say about your husband, even if he is a war hero? I was only fifteen when we were married, and frankly, he was a little bit of a jerk back then. Most men his age are. The … Continue reading Penelope’s Story: An Odyssey Fanfiction, Part I

Ten Years Later: A Wuthering Heights Fanfiction, Part III

The gymnasium of Grace Valley High School was crowded with blue balloons that reflected the party lights, throwing pieces of color on the linoleum. “Oh my word, this looks just like prom in every eighties movie,” Sarah said. Locke chuckled and squeezed her arm. He didn’t see anyone he recognized strolling between the hors d’oeuvres and the bowl of sickly pink punch. Yet. Ten years … Continue reading Ten Years Later: A Wuthering Heights Fanfiction, Part III

Temper: A Wuthering Heights Fanfiction, Part II

For a long moment, Locke and Ellie sat without moving, watching in mutual silence. He could read his own thoughts in her concerned blue eyes:¬†how would Heathcliff react? “Where is he, anyway?” Ellie whispered. “Does he know?” “I don’t know,” Locke whispered back. “I doubt it’ll be long until we find out, though.” Ellie startled violently as the bedroom door flew open, slamming against the … Continue reading Temper: A Wuthering Heights Fanfiction, Part II

Graffiti: A Wuthering Heights fanfiction, Part I

The party was reaching a wild note when Locke found his way to the bedroom. Someone was bound to call in a noise complaint to the police soon — not that they would care. Katie’s dad paid the town too much money for them to be bothered about what went on at Thrushcross Grange. “Locke!” hissed a voice. He startled . “Holy crap, Ellie. I … Continue reading Graffiti: A Wuthering Heights fanfiction, Part I

St. Stanislaus: A Crime and Punishment fanfiction

It was still dark when Parker made his way down the seventh-floor corridor of St. Stanislaus’ Home for Unsettled Individuals. Lands, he hated these 5 AM sessions. Unfortunately, it was the only time the patient was lucid enough to speak clearly. The air conditioning blasted over Parker like a freezing wave, making him shudder even in his thick Northface jacket. Why did they keep it … Continue reading St. Stanislaus: A Crime and Punishment fanfiction

Mr. Collins’ Choice: A Pride & Prejudice Fanfiction

  Mr. Collins was well aware of his own charms. As he brushed his lank hair over his forehead, he gave his reflection a simpering grin. It was charitable of him, really, to consider courting one of Cousin Bennett’s daughters. A marriage proposal would be the thing of dreams for them — a notable marriage with a clergyman of his reputation, a respectable fortune, and … Continue reading Mr. Collins’ Choice: A Pride & Prejudice Fanfiction

Rain – A Little Women Fanfiction

Marmee did worry for Jo. Well, for Jo — and for all of her daughters. But somehow she’d never expected Jo to be the child who was left behind. Jo, always charging forward. Always on a mission, afire with dreams and plans. It was not like her spirited second daughter to drift so listlessly through her life. “You mean because the others are married,” Robert … Continue reading Rain – A Little Women Fanfiction