Author has written 5 stories for Young Adult, General, General, and Haiku.
Amanda and Bobbie: A fantastic, awful, and poorly written Parody
with an upper-case P. If you like laughing, giggling, acting like a
child, seeing people in stories experience ridiculous and wanton
misfortune, and/or reading about "poseur punks", read it. Or if you
hate all of those things, read it. Actually, just read it. It's bad.
But in a good way. I think.
Henry: A lot more serious than Amanda and Bobbie,
this story is about a teenage skinhead who gets kicked out of home by
his step-dad, who happens to be a regular arsehole. So he has to find a
place to stay, a way to make money, all that. Along the way, this
teenage skinhead meets new friends, allies and enemies, does things he
never would have imagined he'd do, and falls in love, though only due
to Stockholm Syndrome.
Chocolate Pudding: Poem. Sid Vicious thinks about Johnny Rotten and choclate pudding, right before he dies. Heroin's a fucking bitch.
(John's Singing): Poem. Sid Vicious watchs his best mate John singing. Sid's an attention whore.