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When two strangers meet in Paris, who knows what kind of things could happen. NOT A ROMANCE. I PROMISE.
In the middle of the forest, a man shoots down a crow as it flies by, for no other reason than to simply see it die. As he makes his way back to his hunting cabin, he finds himself watched by other crows. Ones who are not so easily frightened off by his loud noises and threats. Now, trapped in...
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When William Mentâ€™s friend and colleague mysteriously disappears, the authorities conclude that he met with a fatal hunting accident.
An appeal hearing reveals a twist that convinces Ment that there is more to the incident than meets the eye.
The trail leads the...
The dashing, witty, and controversial judge is back.
Still plagued by the murder in his courtroom he experiences recurring nightmares that lead him on the trail of another serial killer.
When the trial of the murder of a young British tourist goes sour, Ment is given information about another...
By Itane Vero
Why would anyone still read a story? What's the benefit of it in this world that's too fragmented, too ignorant?
Short Story | Updated Aug 15, 2013 | Reads: 57 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 0
What will you do if you've got the power?
Short Story | Updated Aug 15, 2013 | Reads: 81 | Comments: 2 | Likes: 2
By Neil Patrick Ricard
A spiritualist and radical view on a God filled life... pretty much from a Guy who somewhat just found his faith.
This is the true, uncensored, real story of my life. It tells a tale of damage, and of joy. It's weird and you might find me to be a creep, but if you're willing to not judge, then you can go ahead and read. It shows my views on Christianity, of which I believe in, and many other things, so if...
Edmund Capell lives in Barkingside, a little rainy town in London that is nearly as gloomy as his life. It was as if that depressing location was exactly the place of the entire world where he was destined to be born in, a very blue little town for in which lives a very blue little man...
Short Story | Updated Aug 9, 2013 | Reads: 13 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
This is a little section of my first serious attempt at writing something. This part is about 25 pages in. The main character Wes is in a bit of a depression after about a month of things not going right for him. Hope you enjoy! Maybe I'll post more or even the whole thing eventually!
By Tucker Haase
This is the first script to the first issue of the comic I' writing "Dead Man's Hand" based on my short story of the same title. This is far from perfect but it is a start. The numbers represent what is happening inside a panel. Every # is a different panel.
By Gary Troia
In this compilation of nine vignettes, Gary Troia shares his adventures and memories from his sojourn in Spain. Whether itâ€™s being stranded on a Spanish motorway, attempting to order a full English breakfast in Bilbao, or adopting a feral cat from outside a shop, he offers a wry look at...
Book | Updated Jul 17, 2013 | Reads: 11 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 0
By Emma Right
Books written in blood. Most are lost, their Keepers with them. A curse that befell a people. A Kingdom with no King. Life couldnâ€™t get more harrowing for the Elfies, a blend of Elves and Fairies. Or for sixteen-year-old Jules Blaze. Or could it?
For Jules, the heir of a Keeper, no less,...
By Toni Brisland
This Sherlock Holmes spoof for 8 â€“ 12 year old readers about a cat and dog team will keep readers guessing to the very end!
London detectives DemiChat and Lord Flannery Beagle discover that a scientist has gone missing! Will Scotland Yard Police Dog Jake and Detective Robert Cooper help...
Book | Updated Jul 16, 2013 | Reads: 9 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0