Be Fearless

Be Fearless

1 chapter / 1188 words

Approximately 6 minutes to read


© Copyright 2013 Maryn Wosu

Melanie Archer has fast-fallen for a boy not knowing that she and him are more alike than normal. Fear of unleashing her power and loving irrelevantly consume her. But Travis is there to bring her back.

I put some thought into these names :)

Melanie: dark (she was stuck in a depressed state for a while). Love, rebellious (she hated being super-human, and almost killed herself because of it), it also means sun-ray or light (which is her power and her attitude at the end of the story.

Travis: strong (his power is super-strength, independent, crossing (I don't know about that one, to be honest).

Cover made by me!

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I have no words; other than that was very enticing. You caught my attention right away and I loved it!



almost 5 years ago Emma Smith said:

I'm not going to say that I liked it, by I won't say I hated it. The whole superpower thing was unnecessary, and it seemed to me that you were trying too hard to give the sorry romance. It just didn't work, it was love at first sight. You're writing your own emotions into the piece and it's giving it an immature voice. I understand that you have boy problems, but you don't need to post it on your profile, let the pain flow out of you into paper. It is more realistic when you write with what you have rather than what you want. I used to write like this, and it seemed to be good to me because it's what I wanted, but it wasn't believable.


almost 5 years ago Ryanne Kap said:

This seems a bit melodramatic and cliche compared to your other stories. It feels like the whole story just flew by. I felt that the first paragraph was out of line since Miami had little to do with the story. Travis felt unbelievable. There are too many "perfect guys" with perfect good looks in YA literature. It felt like none of your characters had faults. Other than her fear, which to me seemed a bit dry of emotion. I didn't understand their relationship, perhaps because you jumped from 3 weeks to 2 months and that was confusing. I hope I'm not being too harsh. You definitely have skill, don't get me wrong. I just feel that this piece needs a bit of editing. What piece doesn't?