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By Cassey Dracotone
When it comes to crushes and
This is a story of a person who meets a funny ghost who changes his course of life
Short Story | Updated Mar 12, 2015 | Reads: 77 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Jarod D T
The continuation of Inferno's Legacy
Amanda finds herself with a new group and what will she go through now
A story about a town with paper cut-outs as its inhabitants.
A boy named Ditor has to rally a mob and overthrow President Crit, who resides in The Newsroom, the tallest building in Newstown
**WRITTEN FOR ANDREAPYKETT'S NEW BEGINNING CONTEST**
Poetry | Updated Dec 2, 2013 | Reads: 3 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Julius The Jules
A cat with a stylish hat meets it's match with an over-confident gnat!
By Sanju Sharma
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This is my Entry for FrootLoop's writing contest. 3000 words and the theme was apocalypse (I chose to do post- apocalypse with comet/asteriod theme). Hope you enjoy
Want something chilling? This is the story for you.
Originally intended for someone I waited for.
Also intended for anyone thinking about their own relationship struggles.
Additionally intended for those who wonder about my random thoughts, and for those who want insight on what being a graduate feels like.
Warning: Slightly sad. Eternally...
By Kurai Sensei
Between the end of the medieval ages and the start of the renaissance ages, takes place a unique story of courage, betrayal, love and the where one man must decide which is good, and which is evil!, the industrial revolution has just taken place bringing into the world a new invention; the gun,...
Book | Updated Nov 29, 2012 | Reads: 36 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 2
By Anthony J Piccione
This is an essay covering an issue facing many people in the United States - both parents and their children alike - in the year 2012. The essay discusses the rising cost of financial aid, how it got this way, and ways it could potentially be fixed in the future.