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By Lawson Luke
The radio was playing in a low tune from a corner of the room in a somewhat Chris Martin falsetto....
Book | Updated Jul 1, 2015 | Reads: 0 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By William R Morgan
Certain thoughts on writing and normality amongst other things, a confession of sorts on my feelings and me as a person.
Drugs can make a man go mad, but they cannot also make him saner than he has ever been before. Short story about a TRIP to the grocery store.
This is a poem I wrote about a guy.
Another short fiction story. Its about going to pick up.
I have been really interested in writing and reading about drugs, so here is another one.
By Francis Birnbaum
This poem is a response to
Poetry | Updated Aug 4, 2013 | Reads: 18 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 1
An Autobiographical on how I view myself
I wrote this piece for the contest maker's autobiographical contest. Hope everyone enjoys learning a little bit about me, hehe. Enjoy. :o)
Poetry written lazily for those who care enough to read.
She had the perfect husband, the perfect career --- the perfect life...UNTIL BRAZIL.
A woman MBA in a stalled career, a troubled Brazilian company, and a fledgling consulting team far from Boston headquarters inhabit this compelling tale of cultural contrasts, business intrigue, and personal...
A collection of poetry for the infinitely sad and lonely.
By Bella Reeves
An extremely rough draft of a work detailing the love life of a twenty-something, failed romantic who overthinks, analyses and questions life.
It is a stream of consciousness style work, with little editing but just wanted to gather some ideas, opinions and suggestions. Writing is a process :)
Julia A. J. Foote became a popular addition to the canon of women preachers when William Andrews included her autobiography, A Brand Plucked from the Fire: An Autobiographical Sketch, in his collection Sisters of the Spirit in 1986. Very few scholars were familiar with Footeâ€™s ministry...