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By Christopher Derowne
An old hermit who has given up on the society that has wrongfully pushed him away is forced to fight for those that disdain him.
I wrote a short, two page story of Chris Kyle, the true American sniper.
Short Story | Updated Jan 26, 2015 | Reads: 15 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 1
Never in my life have I ever wanted to write about how much I love someone. With my writing being more on the dark and depressed side, it's amazing to me how Chris inspires me to write about something in the opposite direction, just by being who he is.
â€œWhen everything goes to hell, the people who stand by you without flinching -- they are your family. â€
â€• Jim Butcher
I consider this novel a PG-13 rating
I wrote this because i am struggling to deal with the loss of my fiance and baby. Every night becomes a struggle as the first anniversary approaches. I wonder...
The son of a government office, Chris Willfields, tries to save his father after being abducted by the dystopian society, The Saviors. But he has one problem. Where to start. He also has 7 year old brother Joey Willfields to look after. How will he pull this trick off?
A couple goes through wedding day stress, and then some.
A list of ten potential superstars or divas that I believe will return in 2014 at some point.
This is a summary of what to expect at Wrestlemania 28. It shows who I think will win, and the matches that will take place. This contains ones that I think will happen, and ones that are confirmed.
By Ella Harper
Romance, Action, Adventure, Sci Fi. I basically sloshed it all into one book. Read it if you like.
By Chris Bradbury
The secrets people have....
Disclaimer: Hi, My name is Lexie, I am the author of this story. I love to get on the internet and read stories how fans meet famous celebrities in real life. Also, I love to tell stories in third person. And lastly, I donâ€™t own any body in my stories, nor do I know them in real life. I...
By Chris Bradbury
Complex we are (so says Yoda)