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An unbelievable piece of literature that will keep you biting your nails from start to finish!
An engrossing tale guaranteed to make your spine tingle and your pulse pound!
A compelling, provocative, masterful thriller guaranteed to leave you spell-bound with its suspense-filled intrigue and nail-biting finishes!
Shannon and his girlfriend Lauren are a young couple taking part in a tour organized by the local paranormal society who have extended an invite to all thrill seekers and horror fans, a guided tour of the Grand Coronado Hotel on the Coast.
Supposedly one of the most haunted locales in the...
A lawyer never expects a routine trip to a whorehouse will change his perspective, let alone his life. And the unwilling prostitute learns there are still good men in the world.
By Maximum Red
i wrote this about someone who had the velvet voice that could talk me down from a cliff if i needed. this poem was me realizing sometimes i have to stop thinking of my own pain and see that my hero has troubles too
TALE OF HORROR AND HEARTBREAK. Courtesy of: http://distressedguy.deviantart.com/
This is not complete. I still have editing and revision to do, but for now, this is it.
This poem, if you can not tell from the writing, is about a love triangle. My poem, Damsel in Distress, is about a girl who is in love and truly cares about her significant other, but of course, there is...
A boy who would never consider himself a hero tries to help out a damsel in distress.
Prologue & chapter 1.
An exiled Norskan barbarian & his sword-wench companion. All she wanted was a soft bed, all he wanted was a strong drink...
By Keller Wiley
"Poor Ella Bee"
Those three words are a theme of sorts in Ella Miranda Bee's life. You see, Ella has a habit of being kidnapped.
In a world where Heroes and Villains fight openly in the streets, someone has to play the part of the damsel in distress, and in the case of the Villian Shadow...
Novel | Updated Dec 7, 2011 | Reads: 5 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 0
If you don't understand the Family Guy reference, here it is.
This man takes a bite of a York Peppermint Patty, which puts him on a Mountain Top. He says "It feels like I'm on a mountain top!!- It's been 2 weeks since I've bitten into a York Peppermint Patty, I'm going to starve because...
The wall between reality and fantasy is beginning to blur, and it's up to a lonely mage, a wingless angel, and plain-jane Slyvia Stevens to save the day. Oh, and there's a maple-syrup moose named Walter too.
This poem was a very "spur of the moment" piece of work. It was written at 2 in the morning so please excuse the quality. Also I abhor trying to follow any set style of writing poetry so I kind of do my own thing. Deal with it.