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Random First Lines:Nasir Bin Olu Dara; September 14, 1973 in Brooklyn, New York. His family later moved to the Queensbridge projects.
This is the first chapter of my new novel, Wake Me. If you enjoy this, please order a copy off Createspace: https://www.createspace.com/4526910
Kellan is your normal girl until a series of supernatural events uproots her life. Her family's past is key to figuring out why these misfortunes take place. From ominous warnings to full blown attacks from the other side, Kellan faces traumatic experiences that no one could face alone. Instinct...
By Eskay Miras
A very very short funny story, with a deeper meaning than what is conveyed. Written in the style of late 17th century writers for a writing competition
By Tristan Bayliss
Maggie Winter is a young girl who finds herself caught up in an adventure when someone she meets entrusts her with a sacred talisman. To unravel the mystery of its gift, she needs to find the right companions and follow the clues presented by the ever stranger events that unfold.
This is a Poem from my upcoming book
Poetry | Updated Jan 30, 2012 | Reads: 3 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Peter Amaral
The new doctor in town has to deal with the skeletons (and skulls) in the old doctor's closet.
By Ichi Clairvoyance
Since I haven't posted anything here in quite some time... I guess I'll indulge.
Follow the life of Elisa, a clairvoyant girl who stands ahead of the rest of humanity- a sentinel pointing the way to the future that the human race must soon realize. Her visions give her insight into the true nature of the world, but also alienate her from society at large.
A poem about why reading is evil. Because, my fellow writers, reading is the root of all evil. (So says this poet.)