Welcome back to school! Aren't you excited? Well, this post is here to cheer you up, especially with a GIVEAWAY that follows. :D
I want to introduce you to these boys in my stories. They're all special. In my first story, Dreamcatcher, Jordan and Jamie get to defeat a warlock that pretends to be their coach. The strong feeling between the boys helps them beat the bad guy and save each other. In the second story, A Granted Wish, Kyle and Aiden find love in each other, but being young and only high school students, all they can do is dream--or rather, it's Kyle who is dreaming and he drags Aiden into it.
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Pages: 16 / Words: 3700
Publisher: Prizm Books
Genre: Prizm Pinch, Sci-fi/Fantasy, Paranormal/Horror, Historical, Drama
Age Rating: Young Adult
When kids at his school begin to fall asleep and never wake up, Jordan Sullivan remembers the story his parents told him when he was a kid, a story involving his great-great-grandfather, a certain warlock, and a dreamcatcher.
When his best friend Jamie falls victim to the nightmare, Jordan’s only hope is to use his dreamcatcher-- and prepare to face the consequences.
“You refused it the first time we gave it to you, Jordan.” His father looks slightly amused as Jordan turns red. “But I can see why you're suddenly interested in it.”
“You think it won't work?”
His father sighs. “It's just an old wives' tale, Jordan. You really believe you can help your friends with that?”
Jordan remembers clearly the story that his grandpa told him when he was little, about his great-great-grandfather, Zachary Sullivan. He remembers how thrilled Jordan had been to hear how young Zach had managed to banish a strong, wicked warlock who had been terrorizing their village by killing the children. Jordan loves that story. Even though his father says it’s just a myth, Jordan kind of thinks of Zachary as his hero. The only problem is — he doesn’t know how the dreamcatcher works.
“Where do dreamcatchers originate from, dad?”
“It's from the Native American culture. They say it catches negative dreams while letting through positive ones. That's all I know about it.”
Jordan sighs disappointedly. “Where is it? Can I see it, Dad?”
His father looks at Jordan for a long moment. “Sure. It's in the attic.”
Pages: 5 / Words: 1800
Publisher: Alfie Dog Fiction
Age Rating: Young Adult
Being told over and over that he is too young to have a girlfriend, or a boyfriend as the case may be, 15-year-old Kyle sends a wish to whoever up there is willing to grant it.
Kyle inches slowly, creeps in, and, stealing a quick glance towards the boy sitting next to him, he smiles. He looks down; can feel their fingers entwined together underneath their school bags. He loves seeing the blush on the other boy's face, feel the slight tremor running through his hand–though from excitement or fear he knows not. They are inside the school bus after all.
He swallows his disappointment when Aiden pulls his hand back. Right. He tries not to show his feeling, looks up and sees the boy’s shy smile toward him, making him feel warm all over.
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