Nineteen year old Lionel McDonough struck big, hitting a diamond mine jackpot. Due to the world-wide popularity of video games, education & graduation rates have been dropping, reaching an all time low in the year 3156. Lionel had always dreamed of opening a school, but not just any school. A video game school. How will young Lionel keep his dream a reality? Did Lionel bite off more than he can chew?
Ren, a 13-year old, academically inclined student who loves and dreams to be successful in the field of Mathematics, experiences a great start to his highschool life by getting himself a girlfriend during his first year. They enjoyed each other's company, but when Ren began to question everything around him (including their relationship), everything changed as well, and it all started when he came to see the basketball games for his school's sports event. That day, in that court, he met a certain athlete who would change his definition of love and give something he loved the most --- math, an entirely new meaning. Will Ren follow his heart and pursue his dreams? Or will he let himself get entangled in his own feelings? Follow Ren on his journey to mathematical success and self-discovery! Re:View - to look once more at what could've been PS: This is a work of fiction but some events within the story are based on ones that took place in real life, but they aren't a 100% translation from life to page.
Rei Itsuki is an upperclassman in Academy City, an entire city devoted to a magical academy. The school sends teams out on missions to protect Academy City and Rei gets placed in a partnership with his worst enemy. When war threatens Academy City, they must find a way to work together.
Honghui, abandoned at six and top notch violinist struggles with a bad childhood, a rough admission into the elite school of magic and unlikely friendships. What he hopes to discover, or what he hopes to come true is that the merciless gleam in Zhan Wei's eyes could be real. At least not only for himself but for the safety of those around.
Set in America ~ When they were young kids, they lived across the street together. Two kids with a passion for adventure, best friends. However, the boy’s mother suddenly dies, forcing the boy and his father to move away across the country. After losing her best friend, Rica had only one other person to rely on. Her other friend helped her get through her last year of middle school while she was down. She came out with a 4.0 GPA, and got into a nice high school in California. New York was fun, but it was so much better with two friends instead of one. She would enjoy the beaches more. And the sun. Ocean. And maybe even the small chance that she could find Tris. Growing up with no female influence has made Tristan hard. He could withstand pain. Pain from his lost friend. Pain from football. And pain from the occasional beating from his father. They used to be a happy family back in New York, but his mother dying had changed all that. Though his father was a rich company owner, he would sometimes come home drunk, making Tristan scared in a corner, fearing assault. So he took some of his father’s most violent tendencies to high school. He was trapped in the cycle of violence, just waiting for someone to save him. Along with following the contest guidelines, I want to share with readers the places in San Mateo County, California, so the places in this story are all real (unless I wanna make something up).
Annabelle Basil, a young single mother who has sworn off of love sets out to find her own path in a new town. But with bumps and hiccups along the way the promise of a new life begins to fade until a capable stranger appears, but can she keep her heart sheltered from this man who can easily break through her defenses? Jack Weston, the town bachelor and acclaimed “Fix-It,” man has thought he seen about everything Marfa had to offer, that was until the bewitching and intriguing Ms. Basil came to town. Is it just simple attraction, or does something else dwell beneath the surface?