Road Runner

A serialized YA novel set in an America not too far in the future — one in which the safety net has failed and national pride has taken a beating. It stars a remarkable young woman who is capable of more than she could ever imagine.

New chapters, daily, at 11am. Follow along here, or on Twitter @roadrunnerbook.


  1. You ever been jealous of a rooster? How about a potato plant?
  2. Reno at night is magic
  3. My legs need work but at least I know how to run my mouth
  4. Call her the bringer of destruction
  5. What’s the worst that could happen?
  6. I always thought “watch your step” was a cliche
  7. If no one else will feel sorry for you, feel sorry for yourself
  8. Welcome to the gimp ward
  9. We Will Make You Useful Again
  10. Put a saddle on me, sarge. I’m ready to ride
  11. Sometimes things change faster than a breath and when they do you find you can’t breathe
  12. In which my towering intellect finally does me some good
  13. Well, fuck. Nevermind.
  14. I don’t want to jinx it but I think I made a friend
  15. Do not underestimate me, for I am the bringer of Pain
  16. I’ll take a side of fries with my mashed potatoes
  17. Happiness looks different for everyone. So do boots, I guess
  18. We are not soulmates but we have soul stomachs
  19. Wish in one hand, shit in the other
  20. Understanding the enemy
  21. Just a bad day to be clumsy
  22. Tal vez sanará mañana
  23. A pie for my pity party
  24. The great consolation prize
  25. A lazy savior named rodney
  26. You scratch my lazy work ethic and I’ll scratch yours
  27. Only the guilty run from heroes
  28. One person’s slur is another’s endearment
  29. In the military, karma is called ‘tactical retaliation’
  30. When lying feels like a poison you feed yourself
  31. We must cultivate our own garden
  32. We had a good run, didn’t we?
  33. Seriously, what would Jesus do?
  34. How to graciously accept an apology
  35. When prison is your future
  36. How to make friends and influence people
  37. A match made in hell
  38. The difference between gardens and farms, it seems, is death
  39. If you're gonna be dumb, you gotta be tough
  40. Differnt flavored prisons
  41. Invisible wounds and all the other things hug-therapy can't heal
  42. Envisioning a world in which I don't dissapoint myself
  43. In my garden, I finally grow a backbone
  44. This is me, finally using that backbone
  45. I'm sorry it had to end this way
  46. I have seen good things sprout from darkness (just not today)