"Im Coming Home"

"Im Coming Home"

36 chapters / 46293 words

Approximately about 4 hours to read



Samantha and Kelly are two best friends struggling with life. Both girls are experiencing life’s hardships as they approach their lives with new profound sorrow and sadness. With Samantha’s mother critically ill and Kelly’s father missing at war, the girls find themselves asking the legendary question…
What really is the true meaning of life?
I’m Coming Home is a story that follows two teenage girls as they embark on a journey, attempting to uncover the true meaning of life.
Outcasts in a beloved forest dear to them both, the two friends seek refuge in an....unlikely place, meeting up with many friends along the way.
As the girls search desperately not only to seek out the “true meaning of life” but also to find their way back home and reclaim their shattered faith with god.
A short, inspirational story sure to keep you on your toes and open your eyes to asking yourself that same universal question…
What really is the true meaning of life?



almost 5 years ago Rose said:

This is really good. I love the emotion put into it, it all felt so real.


almost 5 years ago Marti said:

I read prologue and first chapter and so far, it could use some tweaking. I know you're finished and I commend you for that but it's not exactly "hooking".

Best of luck!


almost 5 years ago Angelina Montanari said:

I read the prologue and first chapter :D I thought it was rather good :D good enough for me to keep reading :D I like your description of the story and the ones in the story, good job :D


almost 5 years ago Mackenzie Kelley said:

Your hook is perfect. The way you just jump into the story with a strong emotion instantly grabs the reader's attention and makes them want to find out more. You did a great job with this from what I read. Very nice style and flow.


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almost 5 years ago Lily Thomas said:

I thought this was really amazing. You had such great detail and the flow of the words was very good. I did notice that you used "threw" in the beginning sentence, and it should be "through". Because I am pretty sure she didn't throw her voice through the forest. Other than that I didn't see any other mistakes. Keep writing!


almost 5 years ago Christine R. Funalde said:

Read "Caught in a web" was really awesome. And gripped my attenition. I just had one typo that I noticed and thought I'd point out to you. "that sounded sure and first" I think you meant to say "That sounded sure at first" this is towards the end of your chapter.