Overthinker

This is my creative writing account. Names for my stories are fake and usually gathered from a random name generator. Anybody who happens to have any of these names in real life is strictly coincidental. Click the 'Description' tab to see what each book is about.

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I have dozens of more stories to share but I’m going to be tied up for the next few weeks and therefore sharing is going to be put on hold for a while. Will get back to it as soon as I can!


6 days ago

Chapter 15 in Forget It

Tia’s heartbeat quickened with hope at the expression on Lorelei’s face the next time she was locked in the tiny visiting booth. “Hey, sweetie.” “Hi,” said Tia. “I didn’t expect to see you again ...


6 days ago

Chapter 14 in Forget It

Tia was never more than happy to get out of her cell and see Lorelei, as always. Heart pounding in hopeful anticipation, she followed the officer to the visiting booths. Wordlessly, the officer u...


6 days ago

Chapter 13 in Forget It

Courtney Cole dried her eyes and then blew her nose. Next, she got a cold drink and tried to calm herself down. This was far from the first time her thoughts and emotions had driven her to tears ...


6 days ago

Chapter 12 in Forget It

Courtney rubbed her irritated eyes. She’d been on the couch crying for hours. She pulled herself into an upright position trying to clear her head. Her mind ached from going back and forth betwee...


7 days ago

Chapter 11 in Forget It

Tia lay on her bunk pretending to be asleep. She had a different cellmate now and this one was worse than the last. The woman stank, she was noisy, constantly talking to herself and bursting into...


7 days ago

Chapter 10 in Forget It

Lorelei jumped off the treadmill, hot and sweaty. She then moved through the spacious house and on up to the second floor where she pulled off her athletic clothes and hit the shower. As she dres...


June 17, 2021

Chapter 9 in Forget It

Tia slowly came awake. She wished she could force herself to stay asleep forever, but wakefulness pulled her back to the reality she didn’t want to face. She was in jail. For a murder she did not...


June 17, 2021

Chapter 8 in Forget It

The next time Tia awoke it was with a splitting headache. She had reached up and touched the bruise on the back of her head during one of her trips to the bathroom when she wasn’t handcuffed. The...


June 16, 2021

Chapter 7 in Forget It

Tia slowly floated up towards consciousness. The odd sounds and smells she was suddenly aware of confused her. Was she dreaming? She moaned and heard footsteps approach her. “Ah, you’re coming ar...


June 16, 2021

Chapter 6 in Forget It

The next morning came too fast. Tia hated to leave Courtney and the secluded cozy little trailer in the woods. She pulled herself up groggily and stumbled into the bathroom. On her way there, she...


June 15, 2021

Chapter 5 in Forget It

The week passed uneventfully, and Tia didn’t get to learn much more about Courtney because they didn’t have much time to talk. According to Courtney, business was “booming” and they didn’t usuall...


June 14, 2021

Chapter 4 in Forget It

Lunchtime came fast the following day because of how busy the store was. “Sundays are always a circus,” Morgan told Tia when she first arrived. “So I can’t let you and Courtney take breaks or go ...


June 14, 2021

Chapter 3 in Forget It

It was finally Saturday and time to go to work. Tia couldn’t wait. “My God, I’ve never felt so self-conscious before in my life,” she told Tinkerbell who was getting ready to call it a day. “Do I...


June 13, 2021

Chapter 2 in Forget It

Tia was finishing up braiding her hair the next morning as she approached Tinkerbell’s cage. The rat peered sleepily up at her new master. “It’s hard to believe that just days ago I had nothing. ...


June 13, 2021

Chapter 1 in Forget It

“More casualties?” asked forty-five-year-old Morgan Cole, as she secured the end of her newly braided hair with a purple elastic. Her daughter nodded. “Yeah, but don’t worry. I’ll fish them out b...


June 12, 2021

30 in Far from Home

Cutting up a dead body is a lot harder than they make it seem in the movies. Hard or not, I knew I had to get rid of Frieda’s body before she was discovered. People were calling and one had knock...


June 12, 2021

29 in Far from Home

I was hoping that the longer I was with Frieda, the more she would loosen up, accept me, and maybe even be a little friendly. She didn’t, though. She remained as cold as ice the entire time. Some...


June 11, 2021

28 in Far from Home

The weather had turned cold, damp, dreary, gloomy and downright miserable by the time I arrived at Frieda’s fourth-floor apartment. She’d barely spoken a word to me the entire way except to bark ...


June 11, 2021

27 in Far from Home

Three months later… I lay alone in the dark on the twin bed, covers pulled up to my chin, tears streaming down my face. Once again, my life had changed in an unexpected and devastating way that h...


June 10, 2021

26 in Far from Home

Once we pulled up to the marina and parked not too far from the water’s edge where boats were docked, flanking a long wooden boardwalk, I could really feel my pulse begin to race and the rest of ...


June 10, 2021

25 in Far from Home

Frieda waited in a sitting area on the boat’s deck in anticipation of her friend showing up with Nicole in tow. She didn’t like the way her heart rate sped up when she spotted them pulling up in ...


June 09, 2021

24 in Far from Home

Five weeks after moving in with Adele in Germany, we boarded a plane bound for Turkey. I’m not sure what I was interested in seeing most, the country or Frieda. I guess the answer to that would p...


June 09, 2021

23 in Far from Home

Frieda was caught in the middle of a tug of war with her head and her heart. Her head told her to cancel the trip to Turkey since Adele was bringing Nicole along, but her heart held a degree of c...


June 08, 2021

22 in Far from Home

The guesthouse was small but cozy. It was very simple with a bathroom and a small kitchenette off of a large room in which a double bed, nightstand and dresser stood. Most of the walls had floor-...


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