DAYTON - When Kali Moriarty clicked on an advertisement last January called "Get Published" while surfing the Internet, she never thought it would actually happen.
"Those things don't happen to me," she said.
But this time it did, because after writing an essay decrying the cliques, ridicule and overall angst that teens tend to inflict on one another, Moriarty actually got a response.
"They wanted to get an essay on something that is important to you or that you are passionate about," she said. "It was supposed to be more about happy things, but I wasn't feeling that way."