Heyyo. I’m here to tell you about my first story published online (in this case, thru Wattpad) entitled IN THE SLIGHTEST PROBABILITY. My good friend, artsandtheories, inspired me to write this online. Meanwhile, I dedicated this story to my other good friend, My Own Universe, who pursued her life in New Zealand (imy!). Anyways, here it is. And feel free to read the rest of the story in my Wattpad account: CurrentlyMe. I’ll be waiting! 🙂
She was invincible in her old life. But after having Casey off the picture, Carrie will do everything to be the opposite of who she was. But more loss comes in her way, and soon enough she’s lost more than she’d expect. Will love change her back? Meet Carrie Stamford: a 17-year-old gal who used to be the silent type. But after a tragic family loss, she changed and found refuge in the more bad paths in life. Enter Brett Livington: a hot jock who won’t get the best of Carrie, but also the least. And who knows? Maybe in the slightest probability, love will be the answer.
Are you a teen fiction fan? Then visit Wattpad! Enjoy unlimited stories and discover stories created by regular people. Even you, yourself, can publish your own story! You could even become a fan of others and vice versa. You would be able to share your talent to others and be acknowledged. We don’t know, this could be your ticket to success.
Wattpad even has an app. Even without internet connection or wifi, you could easily open and read stories.
Other categories/genres featured on Wattpad include:
Romance Science Fiction
Thriller Historical Fiction
Teen Fiction Fan Fiction
Poetry Short Story
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Easy to use! A lot of offers! Fit for all! So what are you waiting for? Visit Wattpad now!
Is it? Do you agree? Well to some people, mostly strict parents, it is. They claim that this frenetic hobby may ruin your goals in life, especially when you’re a student. And there is also a concern on the bad things that might happen to you physically by spending too much time reading like developing a bad eyesight. Believe me, that’s true. And I’m a living proof. So yeah, as much as we hate to admit it, our parents are partially right. The issue is if you read too much. But what if you just regulate your reading? That could work, right? It is hard for us, die-hard readers, to let go of this hobby. I bashfully admit that i feel that the real world is out there in the pages of those fiction books and not here. Don’t blame me, I’m just that addicted. And before you even criticize my opinions, I suggest that you read a book to see for yourself.
My only advice to other addicted readers such as myself, is to learn when and where to read a book. Don’t be too engrossed in reading that you might forget to do your homework or do your chores. No. Learn to manage your priorities. But if you’re just too stubborn, well go ahead. Don’t say I didn’t warn you. ☺
I positively, unequivocally, and absolutely agree. Well, aren’t they? Don’t they? I mean, have I ever met someone as charismatic and egotistic (yeah, I know) as Jace Wayland in The Mortal Instruments Series? No. How about someone as respectful as Tobias “Four” Eaton in The Divergent Trilogy?Nope. Someone as mysterious as Patch Cipriano in Hush,Hush Saga? Nada. Well, how about the three of them combined? No. Nada. Zilch.
And even if I did, they’re not teenagers. *sighs* I’m a sucker for fictional boys. Especially those teenage bad boys. But let’s get down with reality. Just so you know, and to your credit, boys, the abovementioned fictional boys are just works of fiction. A figment of every author’s imagination. So, seriously, does that still sound like competition?
I’m not trying to…negate the image of the male species. It’s just that, it’s what I think. My opinion. So, peace? ^-^
Okay. To the authors who made my heart melt and fall for those fictional characters, I salute you. I mean, seriously, who makes people fall in love with someone–-something-–who is, sadly, nonexistent? Can you see what I’m trying to say? If you do, tell me (or anyone in TFD).
Oh, and here’s a question: Who is your favorite fictional teenage boy, and why?
Okay, so have you noticed how, in our posts, we use the pronouns ‘we’, ‘us’, ‘our’, ‘ours’, and etc.?
‘Oh my God, she has MPD!’
or something came up in your mind, right?
If you did: Lo and behold, WE don’t and are not one of those. Ha-ha, no. To put it out, there are actually five people manning this blog. Five close friends, if we do say so ourselves. We love, or for someone *cough* Kate *cough*, like to read from a wide range of book genres: from biography to sci-fi, fantasy to mystery, suspense to humor, adventure to literary fiction—you name it. But of course, the one we love the most is teen fiction—hence, this blog was made!
Want to get to know us better? Just open each of our individual pages. See those names next to Home? Yep, that’s it. Just click one and you’ll find words flooding right out of your screen. Oh, and pictures, too!
Hey there, fellow book-lover and welcome to Teen Fiction Disorder! In here, we’ll post reviews, photos, quotes, and others, and all of it related to Young Adult / Teen Fiction. Well, we’ll also be talking about books in general, but we’ll give most of the spotlight to Teen Fiction. It’s not called Teen Fiction Disorder for nothing!
And together, we’ll spice up our teenage life with the help of Young Adult books, of course. *cue in: evil, sinister laugh* What can we say? We’re teenagers!
So go on and grab a YA book. Sit back and READ! And don’t forget to leave your realizations upon reading the book, too. Leave a comment, guys!