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Defining Moments

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His first crush was supposed to be a girl, not a boy...
This 5,200 word short story is a fictional narrative following two boys, Evan and Michael, as they navigate both middle and high school and learn to accept themselves for who they are and who they love.
Kindle Edition, 19 pages
Published September 16th 2016
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Short MM romance.
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Oct 09, 2016 rated it it was amazing
Sweet short story.

While this story was only 19 pages, it told a very sweet story about two boys who found their forever in sixth grade. Loved it!
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Savannah Brooks spends her days as a reporting analyst, which is extremely difficult when her imaginary friends are constantly pestering her to come out and play. One of these days, she plans to leave the world of numbers and spreadsheets behind in order to write full-time but for now, late evenings and weekends with the voices in her head will have to do. Even then, her attempts to play in her fi ...more