Christianity, Commentary, Fiction, Lidi, Original Story, Philosophy, Society, Story

Why Do Good Things Happen?

In senior year, I was working on a teen dystopian novel called "Rubble" that included the characters discussing Biblical matters. I wish I could finish that book, but I wrote it during physics, chemistry, and biology classes, and there's no way I could remember all the weird sciency stuff I was planning on putting in it. I do think it's interesting how I wrote about a lockdown, and people not wanting to listen to the government to keep them safe. Hmm...Pandemic predicted? Anyway. Hope you enjoy! Comment below if you might want to read more of this incomplete work.

Fiction, History, Lidi, Original Story, romance, Story, Unwritten Hope

The Fourteen Laws of Bristershine Part 3

The Symbol of the Bright Star Shine Bright and early came the day of my secret undercover mission. Thunder rumbled and lightning flashed, rain hammering the windows like angry villagers. I groaned, falling back against my covers. “Miss Abigail!” Dorothy pulled my blankets off again. “The day grows old! Get your lazy behind out of… Continue reading The Fourteen Laws of Bristershine Part 3

Fiction, Lidi, Original Story, Story, Unwritten Hope

The King

         The story was that he was a dangerous, ruthless renegade. Nobody thought he would ever come back, after "disappearing" five years ago, to take a final bow before the curtain closed on his act. He was like the midnight train that had jumped the track. He moved like a ghost, and… Continue reading The King

Fiction, Lidi, Original Story, romance, Story, Unwritten Hope

Ghost Girl Chapter 2

Yea...obviously watched too many princess movies. Remember, love is great, but you are enough, and you don't need a romantic partner to be worthy of life. Also mental health problems don't just disappear, as much as I wished they did when my teen self wrote this. Chapter 3 coming soon!

Commentary, Fiction, Lidi, Original Story, Society, Story, Unwritten Hope

This is the Circle Path

This is a story I'm actually pretty proud of, especially the poem at the beginning. I think people have regrets that are hard to talk about, but sometimes you can use it to teach someone else a lesson so they can avoid what you did.