This is the universe formerly knows as "the insane little universe".

Do you sometimes feel like Trixie: watching the parade go by but unable to escape the glass walls around you? Or do you sometimes feel left out in the cold, only able to watch the warm coziness inside the Belden household? Hopefully you don't feel either, but some of the characters in this universe certainly do. Expect to find lots of angst, depression, dissociation, mental diseases, etc. Cheery, I know. But, really, they're not all depressing, and some people have even been kind enough to tell me that there are some nice stories here. ;-)

Stories are rated blue, purple, yellow, or red star according to the Jixemitri Rating System. Some stories on this page may be passworded due to intense story lines. If you would like to have the password, you will need to email Jixemitri with your full date of birth. Thank you.



Summer's End  blue star
Brian and Jim get ready to leave for college. (August 1986)
(3,268 words)

The Freshman Dance Mystery   blue star
Trixie and her date find a mystery. Broken into four parts. (September 1986)
(22,723 words)

One Fall Day  blue star
A short story that could be an epilogue or a prologue. (October 1986)
a Fall Memories GWP submission
(1,173 words)

Mr. Farmer's Story  blue star
Mr. Farmer is somebody's long lost relative, but whose? (October 1986)
(4,711 words)

Ruthie Has A Secret, Too   purple star  password flag
Ruthie has some problems dealing with the changes in her family. (November 1986)
passworded for intense story line: self-injury, alcoholism, and a few mild swear words
(9,261 words)

Flaws   yellow star 
Honey has a crush on her lab partner ... but is it reciprocated? (October 1989)
Note: This is slash.
(6,131 words)

Crush   purple star  password flag
Brian meets someone and things start to get stirred up. In six parts. (January 1990)
passworded for intense story line: dissociative identity disorder, may contain a few mild swear words
parts two and four are cwp #1 and cwp #8 submissions
(18,486 words)

Manhattan   yellow star 
The Bob-White girls are seniors in high school and on spring break. (April 1990)
(writing and posting in progress; 28,560 words so far)

Seven and Diamond   purple star  password flag
Brian finds out more about Maria. In two parts. (September 1990)
passworded for intense story line: dissociative identity disorder, may contain a few mild swear words
(4,700 words)




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