Everyone needs their fan club. Children need their family cheering them on, “You can do it!” as they awkwardly figure out this thing called individuality. It’s trial and error, and we all need someone in the wings, applauding our accomplishments and laughing with us as we stumble gracelessly through failures. But not everyone has cheerleaders. … Continue reading Alexandra

Short Story: “A Reason”

  **Author's Note: This story takes place in the year 2003. It contains strong language and touches on a sensitive subject. Continue with caution and enjoy!**  A Reason © 2016 by Shalaena Medford Ely walked into the fading light of the evening. He tore the hospital bracelet from his wrist, picked a direction, and began walking. … Continue reading Short Story: “A Reason”