RM Forrest

RM Forrest

Hey all, I found this place through Instagram and wanted to try it out by sharing my stories on here too. I have two books so far that are amazon.com but nothing wrong with having other avenues to go with. I'm also on Wattpad as well.

How does it work?
  • RM Forrest
    Published 2 months ago
    Murders at Bear Lake

    Murders at Bear Lake

    CHAPTER 3
  • RM Forrest
    Published 2 months ago
    Murders at Bear Lake
  • RM Forrest
    Published 2 months ago
    The Shadow (Ep. 6, Pt. 1)

    The Shadow (Ep. 6, Pt. 1)

    When I was eleven years old, I went to live with my grandmother. We lived in the house that she called home for thirty-eight years or so along with her many antiques and a few other family members. A time came for the local area to upgrade from its former self to a newer look. The road that ran in front of my grandmother’s house for so many years that once was dirt, became a paved roadway before I was born. So, for as long as I can remember it was a two-lane road that was soon to become four lanes of crazy traffic. She sold her house and property for apparently a decent amount because, in the Spring of 1984, we moved from North Carolina to Tennessee where we could be closer to the family that we did not get to see that often. I felt special because of being in the sixth grade for only around two months, but hey I passed so cool beans.
  • RM Forrest
    Published 2 months ago
    The Shadow (Ep. 6, Pt. 2)

    The Shadow (Ep. 6, Pt. 2)

    Well, after all the excitement, the atmosphere seemed to calm down, and things were back to a normal feeling. Zayedie stood in the kitchen, and while putting away groceries, she stopped and turned around to face me while placing her left hand on her left hip.
  • RM Forrest
    Published 2 months ago
    The Tattoo (Ep. 5, Pt. 2)

    The Tattoo (Ep. 5, Pt. 2)

    After a few pick pockets along the way, Cade saw a tattoo shop on the corner.
  • RM Forrest
    Published 2 months ago
    The Dare!

    The Dare!

    “It was just a dare! He never came back out,” Jenny said with a worried tone in her voice, as she rushed in to see her best friend Mike, who was sitting in a booth at the local eating joint, the Grill’n Chill. Mike looked up from his burger and fries as she sat down quickly.