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Robert Kirkman
“In a world ruled by the dead, we are forced to finally start living.”
Robert Kirkman, The Walking Dead, Vol. 1: Days Gone Bye

Robert Kirkman
“The second we put a bullet in the head of one of those undead monsters -- the moment one of us drove a hammer into one of their faces -- or cut a head off. We became what we are! And that's just it. THAT's what it comes down to. You people don't know what we are.

We're surrounded by the DEAD. We're among them -- and when we finally give up we become them! We're living on borrowed time here. Every minute of our life is a minute we steal from them! You see them out there. You KNOW that when we die -- we become them. You think we hide behind walls to protect us from the walking dead?

Don't you get it? We ARE the walking dead! WE are the walking dead.”
Robert Kirkman, The Walking Dead, Vol. 5: The Best Defense

Emily M. Danforth
“I thought about that while he made his next calls, while I kept on with the newsletters. I thought about it during Sunday service at Word of Life, and during study hours in my room, with the Viking Erin and her squeaky pink highlighter. What it meant to really believe in something—for real. Belief. The big dictionary in the Promise library said it meant something one accepts as true or real; a firmly held conviction or opinion. But even that definition, as short and simple as it was, confused me. True or real: Those were definite words; opinion and conviction just weren't—opinions wavered and changed and fluctuated with the person, the situation. And most troubling of all was the word accepts. Something one accepts. I was much better at excepting everything than accepting anything, at least anything for certain, for definite. That much I knew. That much I believed.”
Emily M. Danforth, The Miseducation of Cameron Post

Emily M. Danforth
“I don’t think it’s overstating it to say that my religion of choice became VHS rentals, and that its messages came in Technicolor and musical montages and fades and jump cuts and silver-screen legends and B-movie nobodies and villains to root for and good guys to hate. But Ruth was wrong, too. There was more than just one other world beyond ours; there were hundreds and hundreds of them, and at 99 cents apiece I could rent them all.”
Emily M. Danforth, The Miseducation of Cameron Post

Colleen Clayton
“Then I look over at Corey, who is watching me with a tenderness that makes me want to crawl inside his heart, pitch a tent, and set up camp forever.”
Colleen Clayton, What Happens Next

How To Move On (Literature & Fiction)
21 chapters   —   updated Nov 29, 2015 11:06PM
Description: Norah Peters is not ready to move on, despite what everybody around her keeps telling her. If anything, she wants to put on a smile and act like everything is perfectly fine. Two months after her former best friend's death and six years after her parent's painful divorce, Norah finds herself living with her mom and brother in the Hamptons, with running as her only escape. Everything should be fine; she has a nice boyfriend, tons of cross-country records, and great friends. But recently, with Grace's death still looming over her head, she finds running harder than ever, and feels herself drifting from her friends and boyfriend. She's supposed to be heading to New York City for college, but how can she face the city when all of her worst memories lie there? But when everything goes wrong, and she has no choice but to take a weekend in Manhattan, Norah is forced to head all of her problems head-on. WOW DESCRIPTIONS ARE REALLY REALLY DIFFICULT OK BYE
Maps To Nowhere (Literature & Fiction)
23 chapters   —   updated Jul 30, 2015 10:05PM
Description: Alice Robinson's junior year has not gone well. As she tries to come to terms with her new friendlessness, her mother's spontaneous absence, and her sister's new attitude, her old best friend decides to get the gang back together for one last summer of fun. All the while, she is trying to cope with what happened at a party in the spring. Trigger warning: this story deals with sexual assault, so if you don't like reading about it, don't read this. there's also quite a lot of swearing. ALSO: This book is technically copyrighted by the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards, as it won an award from them this spring. I still have the permission to put it up here, as long as I do that little byline, so thanks Scholastic! (Their rights are basically that they can put it in their publications or exhibitions if they so please, otherwise I can do with it what I will.)
Complex (Literature & Fiction)
20 chapters   —   updated May 13, 2015 06:35PM
Description: <i>(I entered this into the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards and there were no rules about not having it on the internet but I figure I should put it as a disclaimer or something, that this is currently submitted somewhere. So yeah.)</i> Sadie Winters has always been shy, much to her mother's dismay. So when the two pack up and move to Pikes, Pennsylvania, her mother sees it as a perfect opportunity for Sadie to "break out of her shell." Unfortunately, Sadie does nothing of the sort. When shyness leads to anxiety and anxiety leads to panic, Sadie doesn't know where to turn. This is a rough description. Sorry bout that. *Contains swearing.*
The Misfit Rebellion (Literature & Fiction)
32 chapters   —   updated May 13, 2015 06:34PM
Description: *Alternate Title: Fact and Theory* <i>(Also, I entered this into the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards and there were no rules about not having it on the internet but I figure I should put it as a disclaimer or something, that this is currently submitted somewhere. So yeah.)</i> Liv Sterling is sick of just about everything. After returning from a two month long math camp in the mountains, her regular church kid life seems completely different, and the differences are only just beginning. Her best friend, Devon, starts to disappear when they're supposed to hang out, an odd boy named Henry's moved in over the summer, and her conservative family seems more constricting than ever. When Devon urges her to join the science team, everything changes. This is a story of love, attempted rebellion, family, friends, and lunacy. I had a longer description but it sucks. So this is it. *Contains swearing.*
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