A series of well-backed-up and researched arguments discussing why Fifty Shades of Grey is a terrible novel for women young and old, and why it is intensely problematic for you, yes you, to enjoy it. Brought to you by that guy who hates Twilight.
For as long as the villagers can remember, there have been whispers spread of supposedly horrible creatures known as the Fey, living just outside their borders. However, young Allison, despairing of her culture's rigid standards, and desiring escape, ventures into the forest by night. What she finds will not just impact her, but everyone she cares for.
Fiction: Fantasy - Rated: M - English - Romance/Supernatural - Chapters: 1 - Words: 3,304 - Reviews: 1 - Published: 8-16-12 - Complete
It's the 26th century, and humans have ventured out into the final frontier. Pirates have become widespread, and the people who hunt them are nastier than they are. In this chaotic and violent universe, one group of pirates...really needs an accountant.
Crane and his friends are a group of dead-end teenagers with terrible home lives. Between the dual hells of school and home, they have only one sanctuary: Matron lake. But beneath the surface of the lake, something watches, something waits. COMPLETED
A complete explanation of what is wrong with Twilight, and why the things that it represents are so troubling. Not originally written for Fictionpress. Potentially offensive to both Twilight lovers and the community here. UPDATED.