|C. B. Foster|
Author has written 1 story for Young Adult.
Name: For me to know, and for you to find out... Just call me Knight.
For those that may be wondering about my other stories, and the fact that I haven't updated in a while, I'd like you to know that I took the idea for Striker and rewrote it for NaNoWriMo. And I might even rewrite it again. As for Double Play. And another story I'm writing. Just be patient.
Stories in Writing:
Sorry that I don't have any up quite yet. I'm working on many that are developing. As a general rule for writing, I try to write two chapters at the least of a story before publishing it on here or Fanfiction. That way, I'll know I'm probably committed to finishing it. I finished NaNoWriMo, didn't I? So I can probably finish a story on here. So here they are:
Pizza Girl: A Modern Romeo and Juliet: Austin Jacobson can't get Angela Kemp out of his mind. No girl was more beautiful. But he wouldn't ever get a chance with her. She's popular. He's the son of a pizza restaurant owner. But when he sees a new girl at a party, he completely forgets about Angela. She's easily more beautiful. Austin talks to her, and they quickly connect, but he never gets her name. Days later, he sees her again. At the pizza restaurant across the street from his father's. The two pizzerias are intense rivals, and when Austin finds out the girl's father is the owner of the rival pizza place, he is dismayed. His parents would never let him date her. Austin, determined not to let his father get in the way, asks her out.
This is what I've got so far. I got inspiration when we began reading Romeo and Juliet in English class. I've got the plot mapped out already, but I can't give away the ending, can I? I'm currently working on writing this and making it a screenplay. A chapter should hopefully be up soon. A message with feedback about the idea would be nice.
All At Once: Chase Crawford is a high school basketball star from Chicago. His team won the State championship game the year before with him as the point guard, and he was the only sophomore to even play. Despite his height disadvantage, he got along. The next year, he's fired up to defend that title. But his grandfather falls at his home and breaks his hip, forcing the Crawfords to move to small town Charleston where his grandfather has always lived, over three hours from the home in Chicago that Chase has always lived in. His life, his friends--he leaves everything behind in Chicago. All he can hope is to fit into his life in Charleston, to find his role in the town he'd always wanted to avoid. What awaits him in a town less than a hundredth the size of Chicago, where he'd grown up.
This has actually got a chapter published now. I hope you enjoy.
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