S.F.Brooke

United States

I’m a twin, a photographer, and a self published author. I’m someone who has way too many hobbies and not enough free time. Writing is something so special to me and my goal is to keep getting better at it. I hope you enjoy my stories, thank you.

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Hey! Thank you for reading my stories on Write the World! If you liked my writing please check out my novel, Names On The Tower on Amazon and Kindle. Hope you enjoy it!

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S.F.Brooke (United States) published:

Why Do Cheeseburgers Hate Me?

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Mike, age twenty-two, had an affinity for cheeseburgers. Any time, any day, any place, and any kind worked for him. Mike was a beanpole of a figure, standing over six feet, and skinny enough for one to wrap their pinkie and index finger over his wrist. Many — including friends and family — couldn’t figure out where Mike was able to store all of the cheeseburgers that he ate when he remained so skinny. But that is a story for...

3 months ago

S.F.Brooke (United States) published:

A Friend....Made to Order?

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The factory was bustling with activity every single day, every single minute, every single second of the year. The workers had plain faces, brought down with long hours and minimal pay, as they pieced together the perfect orders. Years spent in neon yellow vests working away to created F.R.I.E.N.D.s for other people. The robots, droids, freaks, whatever one wanted to call them were made bit by bit per order across the globe. Thousands of F.R.I.E.N.D.S were made in a day...

3 months ago

S.F.Brooke (United States) published:

Peridot is Precious

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As I looked into her bright green eyes, I thought that she was too beautiful to have her head down. Her wavy raven colored hair was in her face as she ordered her coffee but she didn't move it out of the way. I smiled at her hoping to get a response, but her olive colored face turned in a different direction. She payed and moved to wait to pick up her drink, her attention station. Picking up her cup...

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S.F.Brooke (United States) published:

Don't You Wish

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Don’t you wish 

Don’t you wish sometimes that you could grow up for a couples days and visit your life when you’re in your twenties or thirties. See who you’re friends are. See who stuck by you. Remember new birthdays and old ones. Celebrate with new people who are close and love you. 

It’s unfortunate sometimes to live life one day at a time....

Don’t you wish that sometimes you could be an adult with a car and a job...

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S.F.Brooke (United States) published:

I’m Always Almost There

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I have trouble with speaking. It’s not with a stutter, although I do trip over my words a lot. It’s more of a conscious anxiety. It’s not easy to explain because I know my mouth works after a good head slap or two but it’s like the words get stuck from my brain to my tongue. It’s not a conscious decision, the words just shoot out of my head like the way my blood pressure and pulse skyrocket when I...

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S.F.Brooke (United States) published:

2020

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There were three options after the war. One: go back to your family, if you had any left. Two: reenlist. Then there was this...option number three. Something the scientists called Cryo Stasis. Camden Gillis stood looking at the pamphlet, the sign-up sheet with barely five names on it. It was a week after the war, the newspaper was calling it The Great War. 
Gillis stood still in his fatigues, having just gotten back from his enlistment at the front lines....

4 months ago

S.F.Brooke (United States) published:

My Alien

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Zooculoo hissed as his friend shoved down the baseball hat further onto his head. “Watch it!” He snapped, as his friend shushed him. 
    Tarren looked around the corner of the grocery store. “Okay, we’re clear,” He whispered, before grabbing Zooculoo by the shirt and pulling him forward. 
    “Why are we here so late?” Zooculoo asked, his iridescent eyes blinking his third eyelid, the same one that he came to find out many birds and reptiles on Earth shared.  ...

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