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First short work I ever completed. that was almost five years ago.
It's about a man, and an almost lover. The events she causes in his life... well read to find out.
The Doctor takes Baylie to be one of the first passengers aboard the brand new trans Atlantic tunnel, a train that runs from Paris to New York along a futuristic underwater tunnel, but when the tunnel comes under threat lives are at stake and there is little time to save them.
By Sultry Alice
One never knows when love will blossom.
By Blair Gowrie
George and Kennedy visit Vince Giganti's hotel in Atlantic City and meet a world-famous celebrity.
from "The Adventures of George"
a fictional story about a young amn who joins the krigsmarine and serves in a u-boat in ww2
"I looked down and found the source to the voice. Beside where I had been sitting, was a seventeen or so years old guy, with crystal blue eyes, and dark brown hair."
Charlottes parent had just got divorced and was being forced to live with her Great Aunt Clara in Atlantic City. But out of her...
A guy wins a vacation to sunny Florida but when the plane doesnt make it to Florida and the guy gets stuck on the island with a fellow passenger things change and they have to do what they can to survive.
Short Story | Updated Aug 28, 2010 | Reads: 1 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 1
I had to write this for school and I just thought I'd post it and see what happens.
At dinner, my father would sometimes talk about his experiences in the war.
By Donna Cavanagh
A trip to Atlantic City not only filled my day with fun but my wallet with dollars.
My visit inside the shipyard was an awesome experience. This poem is the result of that visit.
My first trip to Africa.
By Clyde Donard
I've decided to post here some excerpts from my memoirs, as well as some oddball stuff, mainly written some time ago, since lately I've been concentrating on the novels. For more info, visit http://www.clydedonard.com
We'll start with my arrival in the USA at the age of 26. I thought this might...