Author has written 7 stories for Young Adult, Play, and Supernatural.
Hi, I'm Sam, and I thrive on music and writing. I wont elaborate more, but I'll elaborate on my works below. Check it.. =)
NOW FINISHED AND POSTED! My first story on here - Jail Bait - is actually nothing like it sounds at first glance. I wrote it over the course of last summer into the fall. My best friend is the only one who has read it completely through, she's also my editor. lol. We go through chapters so many times its a surprise I don't have my stories memorized by now.
NOW POSTING! There is a sequel to Jail Bait that I will keep posting to should I get enough replies on the first one. It's already completely written, ready to go. It's just all up to you guys. :) Spread the word.
IN THE WORKS! The story I'm writing now has the working title of 2022 (as in the year in the future). It's nothing futuristic, more like an extension of where I see the world going. Nothing huge changes just minor things, and the story is all about a guy living in Chicago when the city just crumbles, and everyone seems to disappear. He's left with just two other people in the city and they cant get out of the city, but they also realize someone is watching them. It's more paranormal and supernatural than Science fiction so I don't really consider it Sci-Fi (though I do enjoy reading Scifi books sometimes).
IN THE WORKS! My between 2022 story titled Safe Cove. It's been about three years in the making and I'll be adding on to it as the year goes on when 2022 needs a little more outside thinking. It's got a nice supernatural twist in this one too, but it's nothing apocalyptic, etc. I think if you like the other stuff I write, you'll love this one!
NOW FINISHED & POSTED! I love to act, and yes, I have written a few short screenplays and short stories that may make it into screenplay form one day. The short story I have posted is called "Chemistry of a Car Crash". It's about a girl, Emma, who is hanging between life and death, watching herself in the hospital ICU until she meets a little boy, Charlie, who teaches her more or less about how fragile life really is. The two scripts posted were both written for my acting class last year. "Alone - Alternative Ending" was the first draft of the script. I decided not to turn it in because I came up with a more hopeful ending that I would have rather turned in. "Alone" was the actual, final copy of the script. They're both short, but I love them both.
My five favorite books, at this moment in time, are:
Honorable Mentions: aka those books that I love but I could never rank:
R. A. Grough (11)