Jasmine and the Narrator (March 11, 2017) personifies the typical literary device of the narrator as a real human providing the play-by-play coverage of Jasmine’s procrastination.
Two of These Things (March 11, 2017) tells the universal tale of loneliness and friendship with a colorful twist.
Alexa (March 11, 2017) depicts the events that occur when a piece of artificial intelligence comes to life, and what her motives are.
Darkness (December 31, 2016) follows the internal struggles of a hearing-gone-deaf girl struggling to figure out how music fits into her silent life.
Battle Scars (November 19, 2016) shows a depressed and socially anxious girl physically battling out her problems with lightsabers.
Seven Taps (November 19, 2016) depicts the anxiety attack of a boy with OCD when he is unable to complete his seven-tap routine.
Texts From God (November 19, 2016) imagines a world where God (and the Devil) can communicate to humans through text messages.
Notes (June 11, 2016) breaks the typical love-story formula with its tale of two kids who get to know each other through notes left on a bench.