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Twin Souls Trilogy
Started: January 2008
Completed Instalments: 43, across three stories
Status: In progress
Word Count: 188,697
Rating: MA 15+

At Schuyler’s words, I too looked up. Standing before us was Mark’s twin, judging from the lack of a watch around either of his wrists. “Oh wow,” I breathed. He towered over Schuyler and I, and wore his long, caramel-coloured hair loose over his shoulders. Peering down at us in what looked like amusement, over a pair of rectangular-framed glasses, was a set of bright blue eyes.

Started: February 2013
Completed Instalments: 20
Status: In progress
Word Count: 97,541
Rating: M

He had looked straight at me. Me. There were easily a couple thousand people crammed into the UniBar, most of them female (though I had seen a few guys dotted through the crowd), and yet it was me he had zeroed in on. Nobody else.

Started: November 2013
Completed Instalments: 7
Status: In progress
Word Count: 59,550
Rating: M

“Talk to them,” Kimberley replied. “Find out why they’ve kept this from you for so long. But I would wait until after your dad is out of here. I don’t think it’s a conversation you should have here – it’s a private matter between you and your parents.” She came over to where I sat on a high stool and put her hands on my shoulders. “I really am sorry you had to find out this way. And if it helps any, I still love you no matter what. That you might be adopted, that doesn’t have any bearing on who you are as a person – you are still my Taylor, and that will never change. Okay?”

Braving Darker Days
Started: November 2014
Completed Instalments: 15
Status: In progress
Word Count: 70,006
Rating: M

I had soon followed Taylor’s lead in stripping out of my clothes, pulling my boardshorts on over my bikini bottoms before joining him next to the pool. “Watch this,” he said, and he headed over to stand at the rear of the house. He braced himself before breaking into a run, pelting across the wooden decking toward the side of the pool. Right before he went into the water he jumped into the air, tucked his knees up and cannonballed into the pool. I shut my eyes just before the splash produced by roughly one hundred and eighty-five centimetres of Jordan Taylor Hanson hit me, soaking me from head to foot.

Love, Chaos And Other Phenomena
Started: November 2016
Completed Instalments: 2
Status: In progress
Word Count: 8,479
Rating: M

“Same thing she did last year.” Molly nodded toward the windows at the rear of the building, through which I could see the swimming pool. The Olympic-sized pool had a floating obstacle course set up down the middle of the shallow end, with small knots of spectators watching from the poolside as one student after another attempted to complete the course without taking an involuntary dip. “I think she might actually manage to finish it this year though.”

Three Chords And The Truth
Started: January 2017
Completed Instalments: 2
Status: In progress
Word Count: 4,911
Rating: M

Back inside the cabin, it was the usual madness that accompanied the Hanson family whenever we travelled to Byron Bay for the Easter long weekend. Dad held court in the cabin’s kitchenette, an egg flip in one hand and a pair of tongs in the other. Mum sat at the tiny dining table with my youngest brother on her knee, feeding him his dinner. And sitting on the lounge across the room from the kitchenette were Isaac and Zac – Zac was talking at top speed as he watched TV, and Isaac was leafing one-handed through what looked like a guitar magazine with a finger shoved into one of his ears. I bit back a smirk at this – if I had to listen to Zac jabbering on at the top of his voice in close quarters, I’d end up sticking a finger in my ear too.