A trip to the library-RSHS"Hello all! Stripes here! I am part of the Journalism club here at Red Society High School-or RSHS(try saying that five times fast). Today, I'm investigating some...interesting rumors I've been hearing about our library. You might have heard about them too but for now that's all they are-rumors! As part of the Red High Journalism Club it's my duty as reporter to get all the facts! So here I go."A trip to the library-RSHS3 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
The teenager smiled as she clicked the button, putting her recording devise on pause as she walked into the library, waving to the librarian Mr...Who was that again? His name always seemed to slip from her mind-as well as the whole student body. She shrugged, looking around the book filled place as she walked further in.
"Alright, I'm in. Lately, I've been seeing some of our favorite school couples come in here more frequently and its gotten me curious. I-" She automatically paused the recorder as she watched two shadows pass by, knocking down a few books in their haste to get back. "I see some
RSHS - The First Round"Place your bets," Dominick smiled though it was far from an innocent one. The boys looked towards each other, as if to reassure themselves that what they were about to do wasn't going to be detrimental in the long run.RSHS - The First Round3 years ago in Flash Fiction & Vignettes More Like This
"Wait," Stefan quipped, as he placed a hand over his cards. "So...what you said before...does that mean that I don't have to place a bet?"
Dominick nodded. "It does, so you don't have to bet anything." Stefan smiled softly, as he nodded. "Okay, then. I'm not betting anything for this round."
"It's only fair," Dominick called out. "Now, should I deal?"
Various murmurs and nods of assent rose from the crowd, and Dominck's grin grew even wider, as he began to deal out five cards to each of the boys sitting in the circle, slow and deliberate.
"I'm betting my blazer," Anthony said, as he threw his blazer over the back of his seat.
"I'm betting the same," Archer called out, followed by Alastair, who was grumbling something about just wanting an excuse to get rid
Red Society High School - Just Another DayAlastair skidded in through the door, just as the bell rung. As soon as he heard the shrill sound that so often woke him up (even in his nightmares dreams )he let out a sigh, straightening his shirt, and his hastily-done tie. So as not to attract any more unnecessary attention, he made his way to the back of the classroom, without even saying hi or hello to anyone. Alastair cleared his throat as inconspicuously as the teacher walked in, wondering whether the teacher had seen him go through the door just in the nick of time. Considering it was Mr. Kirkland and first period, however, he doubted it.Red Society High School - Just Another Day3 years ago in Flash Fiction & Vignettes More Like This
No one else would openly corroborate on his theory that Mr. Kirkland's tea definitely contained some sort of dodgy substance...but then again, none of the others had seen him talking to thin air, either. When Alastair had told his femself, Star, that he had seen the school's most reputed English teacher explicitly refer to air as "Tinky," even she has stared at him in surprise. After a few mom