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A sniper from the Irish Civil War is given a target, but the target proves to be more than just the average man.
Short Story | Updated Nov 21, 2013 | Reads: 19 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
After many years of peace and prosperity, storms loom on the horizon in the Kingdom of Northmarch, as the elderly king lays near death and outside forces stir up hostility among the people. Can Duke Eleazar and Duchess Aurei of Westmark and their children lead their loyal followers to restore...
To Kill a Mockingbird left the world in awe over fifty years ago, but does this text still pack such a powerful punch in our contemporary world?
Itâ€™s learnt that Sadhvi Pragya Singh was subjected to worst kind of animal treatment inside the boundaries of prison. She was shown porn movies, forced to consume non-vegetarian diet, and also mercilessly beaten naked. The severity of the inhuman treatment reached its crescendo just...
By Chanpreet Singh
If we ask what factor fueled the Civil Rights Movement, rarely would anyone answer â€œfederalism,â€ because a deep understanding and analysis is required to prove this. The easy way out is â€œdiscriminationâ€ and â€œsegregation.â€ But those are the obvious answers. We...
My attempt at completing the first challenge in the Booksie Idol competition. The challenge was to write a story with a hotel as the location, discovery as the theme, and a book as an important object. Here it is.
By Tucker Haase
A story of treachery, but by whom?
A story of meeting a real life hero.
Short Story | Updated Jul 17, 2013 | Reads: 71 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 2
With social and economic disorder spreading across the country, a young teenage girl embarks on a journey to join a massive and revolutionary political movement of teen "feral camps".
By Taco Dan
A (possible) novel series that focuses on the life of a young Soron Voldrius.
Before the Talibans came into power in 1996, the previous governments succeeded in destroying the country through different factions, ethnical tribes, languages and even religion. Instead of stabilization, civil war broke, overtaking the capital city Kabul and Afghanistan as a whole.
By Chris Bradbury
This came about after I'd done some reading about the American Civil War, a terrible time. It also had some personal relevance, about being torn between two sides when you just want to be left alone.
Poetry | Updated Jun 3, 2013 | Reads: 7 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 2
Victorie ashworth was a sixteen year old gentry maiden in 1860, jut before the civil war peaked. Her childhood playmate, Frederick Stanton, was a charming, working class boy. Being that victorie had a fettish with stories of forbidden romance (like 'Romeo & Juliet' and 'Pocahontas') it...