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The Adventures of Lizzie Jane - Book 9, Society's Outcast's

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Soon it would all be over. People had told him God does not make mistakes. If God did not make mistakes, what was he? Perhaps after he dove into the deep abyss of the black waters, he would soon face other creatures of doom, even coming face to face with Satan himself.

Society's Outcast
A Lizzie Jane Story
 
By Billie Sue Pilgrim

Society's Outcast, Chapter 8

The next morning seemed like normal. The sun rose on time, the birds were singing -- everything were great -- that is, except in Lizzie Jane's mind. She keep rolling over in her mind about Charlene. Was she going to die? What about her soul salvation? Was she ready to meet God?

Society's Outcast
A Lizzie Jane Story
Chapter 8
 
By Billie Sue Pilgrim

Society's Outcast, Chapter 7


"My mother died a few years ago.” Charlene stared straight ahead as if in deep thought. “She loved me… she understood…I would tell her I wanted to be her little girl…and she always told me, ‘You ARE my little girl’. I would crawl up in her lap and she would hug me and love me…”

Society's Outcast
A Lizzie Jane Story
Chapter 7
 
By Billie Sue Pilgrim

Society's Outcast, Chapter 6

Charlene never realized how much there was to being a woman of the hills. “Anytime you want to back out and be something besides a woman, you can,” was the words of Lizzie Jane. No way was Charlene going to go back to her old life. If the things she was being taught were what rural women needed to know, she was all for it.

Society's Outcast
A Lizzie Jane Story
Chapter 6
 
By Billie Sue Pilgrim

Society's Outcast, Chapter 5

Looking toward Charlene, the judge asked, “You look like a girl to me, but you have a boy’s name. Do you wish to explain?”

“Sir, I am a girl in a boy’s body,” answered Charlene.

“If you felt like a monkey, would that make you swing through the trees like a monkey? I am sorry, but that reasoning is not sufficient.”

Society's Outcast
A Lizzie Jane Story
Chapter 5
 
By Billie Sue Pilgrim

Society's Outcast, Chapter 4

Charles — or rather, Charlene -- felt like crawling through a keyhole when Jake drove up to the church. Why did she ever agree to attend church? She knew that she would be ‘read’ and told not to come back.

Society's Outcast
A Lizzie Jane Story
Chapter 4
 
By Billie Sue Pilgrim

My purpose in writing Society's Outcast

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Lizzie Jane has returned to BC as promised. It is here because it is a transsexual story that I felt must be told. There is a dark side of transitioning which I hope to show, but there is also a bright side when God is in the transition.

Society's Outcast, Chapter 3

Tears began to fill Charles’ eyes as he spoke. “My dad is a deacon and he kicked me out of the house and told me not to come back until I changed. I can’t change. I have tried and tried. I thought he loved me. I was raised in church and that has been important in my life. Why does God want me to be miserable — putting me in the wrong body and saying that it is wrong and requiring me to live a life that I cannot?”

Society's Outcast
A Lizzie Jane Story
Chapter 3
 
By Billie Sue Pilgrim

Society's Outcast, Chapter 2

Lizzie Jane noticed that Charles had used some of her mascara — very lightly, but having seen Charles before, it was obvious. Charles realized that she knew what he had done, so he replied, “Sorry — I will go back in and wash it out.”

Lizzie Jane gently grabbed his arm and said, “It is okay. I know.”

“You know what?” asked Charles nervously.

“Let's just say that I know.”

Society's Outcast
A Lizzie Jane Story
Chapter 2
 
By Billie Sue Pilgrim

Society's Outcast, Chapter 1

Soon it would all be over. People had told him God does not make mistakes. If God did not make mistakes, what was he? Perhaps after he dove into the deep abyss of the black waters, he would soon face other creatures of doom, even coming face to face with Satan himself.

Society's Outcast
A Lizzie Jane Story
Chapter 1
 
By Billie Sue Pilgrim

Lizzie Jane's Wedding, Chapter 3 (Final Chapter)

If you haven't already done so, to get the full story leading up to this chapter, please click on the following and follow the chapters as will be shown at the close of each installment:

http://fictioneer.org/content/return-gorilla-island-chapter-1

Lizzie Jane's Wedding
A Lizzie Jane Story
Chapter 3
 
By Billie Sue Pilgrim

Lizzie Jane's Wedding, Chapter 2

This is a short chapter, but if you want to see a longer version, go to "Escape from Gorilla Island, Chapter 2" at Fictioneer.org. This is where two stories eventually collide with each other.)

For the full story, read "Return to Gorilla Island" and "Escape from Gorilla Island" on www.fictioneer.org

This particular chapter is explained more fully in

http://www.fictioneer.org/content/escape-gorilla-island-chap...

Lizzie Jane's Wedding
A Lizzie Jane Story
Chapter 2
 
By Billie Sue Pilgrim

Asking a question of authors

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Although I am writing a western story over on Fictioneer, I am back to this group to ask a question because it has more authors.

When you write a story, do you know about what will happen when you begin it? Like I have said, my stories seem to write themselves. I have started in a direction with my story, "Prairie's Children" that I never dreamed about when I wrote the first chapter.

Young Love, Chapter 18 (Final Chapter)

"Yes, Heaven -- that beautiful place I went to. There was a wall with all kind of precious jewels and something that looked like a pearl was a gate. Buildings inside the wall were sparkling and shining and looked like gold. The street looked like it was gold, too, and shined so much that it seemed as if you could see through it."

Young Love
A Lizzie Jane Adventure
Chapter 18 (Final Chapter)
 
By Billie Sue Pilgrim

Young Love, Chapter 17

"Jake, get Jed's truck and run and get Doc Brown. Maybe he has enough training to talk some sense in that girl. She is threatening to kill herself and I don't think she is kidding. She has never talked that way before."...

...Aunt Maudie could hear Lizzie Jane tearing some cloth. What was she doing? Aunt Maudie tried to knock the door in, but was not strong enough......

Young Love
A Lizzie Jane Adventure
Chapter 17
 
By Billie Sue Pilgrim

Young Love, Chapter 16

"And you look good for your age," said Robert as he turned toward Lizzie Jane, leaned forward, and kissed her on the lips.

Looking into her pretty face, and said, "Was that okay?"

"Well, no," replied Lizzie Jane with a smile. "But I liked it.".

Young Love
A Lizzie Jane Adventure
Chapter 16
 
By Billie Sue Pilgrim

Young Love, Chapter 15

Lizzie Jane was a little scared, not knowing what to expect -- meeting people that knew her, but she was sure that she would not recognize them. Also, her old boy friend, Jake, would probably be there, too. She prayed that he would be off fishing or something.

Young Love
A Lizzie Jane Adventure
Chapter 15
 
By Billie Sue Pilgrim

Young Love, Chapter 14

This chapter is very descriptive of farm life in the 1950's in Alabama for many farmers. To begin getting her memory back, Lizzie Jane must begin re-living these moments in her mind.

Young Love
A Lizzie Jane Adventure
Chapter 14
 
By Billie Sue Pilgrim

Young Love, Chapter 13

Lizzie Jane slowly walked to toward the house. Aunt Maudie was standing on the porch with loving tears in her eyes. "Lizzie Jane, don't you know me? I am your Aunt Maudie."

Young Love
A Lizzie Jane Adventure
Chapter 13
 
By Billie Sue Pilgrim

Young Love, Chapter 12

Patiently, Doc Brown waited. It was a long minute. Finally, he saw a young lady come from the kitchen toward his table. He looked at her closely. Could it be...? It was! He did not know whether to shout or dance. What could he say?

The chef was Lizzie Jane!

Young Love
A Lizzie Jane Adventure
Chapter 12
 
By Billie Sue Pilgrim

Young Love, Chapter 10 & 11

"How about it, Bright Eyes -- you ready to marry me?" asked Philip.

"No," answered Lizzie Jane. "That is why I wanted to talk with you. I don't think neither of us are ready for marriage. You will go off to some college, find some lady friend that you will fall in love with and the next thing you know, she will hook you."

Young Love
A Lizzie Jane Adventure
Chapter 10 & 11
 
By Billie Sue Pilgrim

Young Love, Chapter 9

The last part of this chapter is very religious, but I felt that it was necessary for the continuation of the story. Reference is made to a previous 'stand alone' story, but used only for explanation purposes. I do not intend for my stories to teach any certain kind of religious doctrine, although this chapter may seem to do that. The purpose is to supply hints about Lizzie Jane's future and what kind of husband she can expect, whoever he may be.

Young Love
A Lizzie Jane Adventure
Chapter 9
 
By Billie Sue Pilgrim

Young Love, Chapter 8

Philip placed a couple of fingers to her lips and whispered, "Shh." Putting one bent finger under her chin, he raised her head and looked at her straight in the eyes. Their lips moved toward each other and, as they touched, Lizzie Jane became limp as the sweetness of the kiss canceled out everything around them and, once again, she was flooded with warmness and complete surrender. At that moment, she would have given into anything Philip wanted.

Young Love
A Lizzie Jane Adventure
Chapter 8
 
By Billie Sue Pilgrim

Young Love, Chapter 7

"Hon, the fact that you are so anxious may indicate that have never been on a real date. You may have been out with friends and may have received a kiss from a boy that you cared for very much, but dating a strange man that you don't know is a new and exciting experience. You have got to date and play the field if you ever expect to get married and have a happy home life."

Young Love
A Lizzie Jane Adventure
Chapter 7
 
By Billie Sue Pilgrim

Young Love, Chapter 6

"Well, this is what I call home," stated Carol ... Lizzie Jane fell in love with it right away. "It is your home, too -- for you and Philip." teased Carol.
"Don't even mention that rich, stuck-up brat," Lizzie Jane answered sharply.
"Oh, now -- a brat is a naughty little boy," smiled Carol.
"That is exactly what he is!"

Young Love
A Lizzie Jane Adventure
Chapter 6
 
By Billie Sue Pilgrim

Young Love, Chapter 5

She wasn't sure what she should do until she heard his remark, "Good night, sister. We don't leave witnesses." Immediately Lizzie Jane knew that the gunman intended to kill the waitress.
 

Young Love
A Lizzie Jane Adventure
Chapter 5
 
By Billie Sue Pilgrim

Young Love, Chapter 4

Lizzie Jane has lost her memory, but little things keep coming back -- but how much? How fast? Why did she pick Lizzie Jane as a new name, not realizing that was her old name? Will she find a new love? There are many questions yet to be answered. Maybe we can find out these and other things together.
 

Young Love
A Lizzie Jane Adventure
Chapter 4
 
By Billie Sue Pilgrim

Young Love, Chapter 3

"My name is --- ah, my name is ---," Lizzie Jane stopped for a moment, seemed to go into deep thought and then exclaimed, "I don't know! I don't know who I am!"

"We are not far from the truck stop. Maybe some food will help. Remember, I will be buying. Oh, by the way, when was the last time you ate?" asked Joe.

"I don't know that, either," said Lizzie Jane. "I know it has not been recently.".
 

Young Love
A Lizzie Jane Adventure
Chapter 3
 
By Billie Sue Pilgrim

The Adventures of Lizzie Jane - Book 7, Young Love

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Lizzie Jane and Jake sat holding hands watching the old clock on the mantle over the fireplace tick toward midnight and the new year -- 1955. Their clock may be off a few minutes, but to them it would be official and they would meet the new year together.

Young Love
A Lizzie Jane Romantic Adventure
 
By Billie Sue Pilgrim

Young Love, Chapter 2

Lizzie Jane and Jake sat holding hands watching the old clock on the mantel over the fireplace tick toward midnight and the new year -- 1955. Their clock may be off a few minutes, but to them it would be official and they would meet the new year together.
 

Young Love
A Lizzie Jane Romantic Adventure
Chapter 2
 
By Billie Sue Pilgrim

Young Love, Chapter 1

This is a short chapter. I hope you enjoy it. If you have not already done so, it might help if you would read my story, "Guns are not for Little Boys", Chapter 2. It may help understand this chapter.

Young Love
A Lizzie Jane Adventure
Chapter 1
 
By Billie Sue Pilgrim

Josephine Bockkernodd | Chapter 3 - Meets The Judge of Traffic Court

“Order in the court!”

“Well, it is about time,” said Josephine Bockerrnod. “I am getting hungry. I will have a chocolate ice cream cone with ketchup on it.”

JOSEPHINE BOCKKERNODD
Meets The Judge of Traffic Court

Chapter 3

Josephine Bockkernodd

Poor ole Joe Bockkernodd . Upset with life. Work, work all the time. Whenever he saw a girl with her boyfriend, a wife with her husband, he thought, “Oh how lucky they are. Never having to work. Always having somebody to take care of them. Oh, if only he was one of the lucky ones with someone to take care of him.”

Josephine Bockkernodd

 
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But she will not admit it

Josephine Bockkernodd | Chapter 2 - Josephine drives a car (or tries to)

“You know you cannot drive without a driver license,” screamed the nicely dressed non-intoxicated policeman.

“Sure I can. I put something in this here hole next to the wheel that the nicely dressed intoxicated gentleman uses to stir things with and I put this thang here in “R”, get my book about Dick and Jane and Spot and put my foot on that thang down there and the car goes, but there is always that there tree in the way.”
 

Josephine Bockkernodd Drives a Car (or tries to)

 
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But she still will not admit it

Josephine Bockkernodd | Chapter 1

Poor ole Joe Bockkernodd . Upset with life. Work, work all the time. Whenever he saw a girl with her boyfriend, a wife with her husband, he thought, “Oh how lucky they are. Never having to work. Always having somebody to take care of them. Oh, if only he was one of the lucky ones with someone to take care of him.”

Josephine Bockkernodd, Chapter 1

 
Supposedly written and revised by Starla Anne Lowry
But she will not admit it

Guns are not for Little Boys -- Chapter 3 (Final Chapter)

This continues the romance between Jake and Lizzie Jane. How about the ones who are trying to kill Lizzie Jane? Well, you will have to read the story to find out. (smile)

Guns are not for Little Boys
A Lizzie Jane Adventure
Chapter 3 (Final Chapter)
 
By Billie Sue Pilgrim

Guns are not for Little Boys -- Chapter 2

I have stepped out on uncharted grounds again (for me) with a little romance mixed with drama. I hope you like it. Whether you do or not, please comment.

Guns are not for Little Boys
A Lizzie Jane Adventure
Chapter 2
 
By Billie Sue Pilgrim

Guns are not for Little Boys -- Chapter 1

My surgeon has not called yet, although it is getting close to the time that he recommended, so I just kept on writing. Since I do not know what day I will enter the hospital, I am trying to write this story so that each chapter can stand alone. It may not be long enough to be considered a serial, but it is planned to be more than one chapter.

Guns are not for Little Boys
A Lizzie Jane Adventure
Chapter 1
 
By Billie Sue Pilgrim

The Long Journey -- Chapter 9 (Final Chapter)

The girls thought about the matter for a few moments and Shirley said, “Okay, let’s try it. The savages probably have already missed Christie and on their way here to find her and whoever helped her get loose.”

The Long Journey
(A Lizzie Jane Adventure)
Chapter 9
 
By Billie Sue

The Long Journey -- Chapter 8

Upon hitting the ground, Lizzie Jane saw the huge head of the tyrannosaurus rex coming toward her very fast, mouth open with sharp 13 inch teeth. This was the king of the dinosaurs, which, with one bite from his massive four-foot jaws, could snap any backbone. She didn’t have time to get up and run. Even if she could, a T-rex could run 40 miles per hour.

The Long Journey
(A Lizzie Jane Adventure)
Chapter 8
 
By Billie Sue

The Long Journey, Chapter 7

This chapter is the introduction to the wildest ride any ten year old will face -- yes, Lizzie Jane turns ten years old in this chapter.

The wild ride is yet to come, but events in this chapter will shed light on events in the next chapter. Without this knowledge, a lot of people will not understand the exploits of our Lizzie Jane

The Long Journey
(A Lizzie Jane Adventure)
Chapter 7
 
By Billie Sue

The Long Journey, Chapter 6

Shirley and Christie stood frozen in fear as they watched the giant gorilla, with Lizzie Jane in its grasp, make threatening noises and gestures. The question uppermost in their minds was the same that was frightening to Lizzie Jane -- Did a giant 18-foot gorilla eat humans?

The Long Journey
(A Lizzie Jane Adventure)
Chapter 6
 
By Billie Sue

The Long Journey, Chapter 5


Proud of his accomplishment so far, the pilot turned to speak to the passengers when he saw something through a window. He screamed, “Let’s get the door open and run like the blazes!”


The Long Journey
(A Lizzie Jane Adventure)
Chapter 5
 
By Billie Sue

The Long Journey, Chapter 4


Lizzie Jane, still thinking that the strange man was giving her a ride to Tuscaloosa, was unknowingly flown to a small airport outside Miami. Still unsuspecting the true motive of the strange man, she was placed in a room with two other girls “to wait for just a little while”.

It was when she was given a pair of short-shorts and a short top that revealed her belly button that questions seem to pop up. Puzzled, she asked, “What are these for?’

“Because that is the way our clients like for our young girls to be dressed,” came the reply.

”Clients?” questioned Lizzie Jane.

“Shut up and put them on,” was the response, followed by a sharp slap on the face.

Surprised and being overcome with fear, she complied. The two other girls looked on at the spectacle.

After the door was closed, one of the girls spoke, “Didn’t you realize that you have been kidnapped and to be sold to someone of another country? We are all in the same boat.”

Lizzie Jane was speechless. The girl noticed Lizzie Jane’s confusion, so she continued, “We tried to resist and were beaten for our efforts. We have talked about escape, but there isn’t any chance."


 

The Long Journey
(A Lizzie Jane Adventure)
Chapter 4
 
By Billie Sue

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