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Here is a book that I am writing based off of whatever comes to my head, so I have no clue what it is about. This will be fun because I have disassociative identity disorder, and my shrink urged me to write whatever I wanted. This book isnt about me, but its about whatever pops out of my head at...
The secrets and ideas behind DIMILY, DIMINY and DIMIMY.
An open minded woman makes a shocking discovery that changes her view of the world around her.
Short Story | Updated Sep 4, 2013 | Reads: 124 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 1
THE FOLLOW-UP TO DID I MENTION I NEED YOU
After being separated for yet another year, Tyler and Eden's relationship has suffered another blow. One can only handle so much, and after Tyler's swift departure almost a year ago, Eden is struggling to accept his reasons for doing so.
By Agache Adrian
Did you ever know,
Did you ever felt,
What storm you brought,
Upon my head again ?
No description needed, it's a quick read
By Bronse Baker
Life on Earth is a fragile thing almost lucky to exist. Look at our neighbor the moon pock marked and lifeless but vital to life on earth. This is what could happen and statistically the most likely end of us all.
By Michael Anaokar
From my younger days, typos and all!
Character pictures for No He Didn't (But He Did)
Did I Mention I Love You?, the sequel to Did I Mention I Love You?
Tyler Bruce and Eden Munro's story isn't over just quite yet.
Tyler's moving to New York for a year after being offered the opportunity to tour the country, raising awareness of child abuse.
After the long year has...
This is a small riddle/poem. Can you figure out who did it?
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The lives of 9 fantasy characters are turned upside down when they are blamed for bringing a world changing prophecy to life.
A poem about Dissociative Identity Disorder (or Multiple Personality Disorder) and what it does to the people who have it. It's not very long, but I hope it gives the right message. If you could comment on it for me, I'd much appreciate it.