So heres the next bit. I'm still not sure where this is going (doesn't even have a title) but this finnally got finished... Took long enough. any ideas are begged for. I do eventually plan to publish this all as one big story but I really need some help with it right now.
It had been a normal summer for him, as normal as the first summer after high school graduation anyway. But Xander felt lost. Who was he? Not the strong one- that was Buffy. Not the powerful one- that was Willow. Defiantly not the smart one- they had Giles for that. So who was he? Surely, he was meant to do more in life than retrieve donuts for an all-night research party or to act as the helpless human when Buffy needed bait. So he decided. It was time for him to get away from the Hellmouth and figure out who- and what- he was.
His road trip had gone pretty normal, driving smoothly, nothing but mountains, road, desert, and trees. He had hooked on to a road that paralleled Interstate 10 several hundred miles back and he was happy- until the car came to a shuddering, wheezing stop. “Great. Fifty miles from nowhere and my engine drops out.” Xander climbed out of the car and pushed it to the side of the road. He hadn’t seen a mechanic shop since Plyton, the last town, which was a little less than fifty miles away. However, he seemed to recall a shack not too far from where he was. Maybe the person who lived there would let him use their phone. Sighing, he grabbed his pack from the back of the Chevy his Uncle Rory had sold him and began the long walk.HELP THE AUTHOR!
This is not an update. I've gotten myself into a bit of trouble. See, I had a bunch written and within 2 weeks of my last post, everything I had got lost when my hard drive crashed. I have a hard copy version of what was written after the data got lost, but I'm having a hard time rewriting what was there. I really need some help with ideas or if you would be interested in being a beta (which is also desperately needed), please leave a review or click the link at the bottom of the page.
Sorry and thank you to those people who have continued to encourage me with writing this.