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A first person account of an inmate's experiences in Harris County Jail. Enjoy.
By Mistresses Of Romance
Champion surfer Taylen Frostwind meets high school senior Meimi Tachibana who doesn't seem to care about anything but surfing and fame. However when he agrees to tutor her, he slowly begins seeing more sides to her than what meets the eye.
Novel | Updated Jan 26, 2015 | Reads: 18 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Wily Geist
My little town has a certain weirdness of creating B-list or maybe D-list famous people. The town itself is known to be a great place to raise kids, blah, blah, blah. Personally, I believe that to be marketing,as my little block has a person on death-row and guy arrested and in prison for...
True love holds out over tragedy. A good sense of humor and attraction can over come many things. Including the wreck of the day that last thirty years later.
By Jim Pack
There is a new gang in jail and it has a very long name. The next installment of the Henry Luellen saga of short fiction.
By Turjemia Lornell
Based on a true story, Ayanna Jones is suicidal. It seems no one cares if she chooses life or death. Her father is a bully, and won't stop sneaking into her room to do sexual things to her. She doesn't like to see her own reflection while standing in the mirror. Her mother lives in denial, and...
By Shawn Wallis
The long awaited sequel to The Long Road Out will examine all the questions that are waiting to be answered. 2013 was an unkind year for Shawn Wallis and it is detailed strongly in this new epic book, The Devil in Polo.
Waverly is the short story I wrote for Booksie Idol Season 2, Round 2. It can get a bit graphic at times, so be careful when reading this. The story is about a group of ten friends who are in for the scare of their lives after deciding in unison to visit one of the world's most scary places, the...
Blood stained the ground.
I looked down at my hands without a care in the world. No emotion, no feeling, just the essence of death filling the once enlightened city. No one was left living, just an empty void of what once used to thrive of live.
Entire Manuscript to DISCRIMINATION: A True Story about Randy Pettitt and the Plantation Fire Department
By Roger Feldstein
A (slightly fictionalized) memoir of my experience judging a preliminary round of the
By Ava Rosien
My poems of late have been more on the serious side of things. I decided to change it up with a fun poem of the County Fairs I went to as a child.
Poetry | Updated Feb 25, 2013 | Reads: 275 | Comments: 3 | Likes: 3
This story takes place in Grant County, Indiana in the 1840s. The Underground Railroad transporting slaves from the southern states ran through this area and many local Quaker and non Quaker folks sacrificed their own safety to help the runaway slaves. The names and places in my story are...
By Harlowe Pilgrim
Big Dick is a porn star.
You know how he got his nickname?
Well, his name is Richard. And he's un-small.
They also call him Thick Dick.
'Cause he ain't so bright.
Which must be why LA County, CA has passed a law mandating condoms for porn stars, and requiring a permit to film sex scenes.
Essay | Updated Nov 10, 2012 | Reads: 15 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 0
By Julius Jules
The Legendary Graduate is written by the high-functioning autistic man, Joseph D. Smith, that helps open up your mind and have you on the edge of your seat!