Angel in the Fire: Special Edition

Tara was five years old when the house burnt down. She had inhaled so much smoke and had third degree burns covering the left side of her body. When she woke up in the hospital she insisted that a boy named Aaron had kept her company inside the fire. Despite the fact that her mother was an atheist, Tara believed he was an angel.  After years of torment and ridicule Tara was in need of a miracle and he showed up in her 12th grade chemistry class.

Angel in the Fire

Tara was five years old when the house burnt down. She had inhaled so much smoke and had third degree burns covering the left side of her body. When she woke up in the hospital she insisted that a boy named Aaron had kept her company inside the fire. Despite the fact that her mother was an atheist, Tara believed he was an angel.  After years of torment and ridicule Tara was in need of a miracle and he showed up in her 12th grade chemistry class.

Cynder

In my college writing class I was told to write a modern day Cinderella story. I was not looking forward to it because I hate writing happy stuff. I pull my creativity from a place of pain not a butterflies and rainbows sort of place, and I do not believe in happy endings. Then I learned that I could use my own style and put my own twist on this cliché story, so this is it, this is my shock value take on Cinderella. Enjoy if you dare. On a side note I want to thank my professors Sarah Kirk and Sara Rufner for helping me become a better writer. This story I am dedicating to you.