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A family's adaptation to a new country through the daughter Esma's eyes.
By Rolf Luetcke
Man flying a plane has to land to sit out a nasty storm but awakes in a different world.
Short Story | Updated Jul 4, 2012 | Reads: 16 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 0
The story of a man struggling to deal with the loss of his partner and sister by moving back to a place he'd long ago abandoned.
It hasn't been easy since the predators awoke. People are dying at our feet, loosing their families, and friends. The town's streets, soaked with blood, dripping and sliding in every corner. No one can remember the last time they saw the sun, and anyone who has, has lived to say anything useful....
By Naima Karp
This is a modern day adaptation of Babar, set in my hometown, New York City.
Though I focus on Babar, I was strongly influenced by Rudyard Kiplingâ€™s poem the White Manâ€™s Burden which revolves around the concepts of doling out control and a self righteous sense of importance that is...
By Naima Karp
Essay on the adaption of the novel the reader by bernard schlink into film.
By Midnight Rose
Blood Moon, continues. Chapter 4- Jenna starts adapting to her new life as a vampire...
It's Lord of the Rings set inside the RENT music. Thanks Joey for the inspiration for this, sort of. The LOTR part was totally me. But he gave me the RENT idea. Enjoy, everyone. It's both movie and book verse, so LOTR purists, please don't kill me. This was a lot of fun to write actually.
Izzy will do anything to save her father. So when she discovers he is being held hostage in a mansion deep in the woods, she sets out to find him. And when the man agrees to set her father free in exchange for her, Izzy solemnly agrees. Now, with a long new life ahead of her, what will Izzy...