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It starts with a fungus that is found in meat and dairy products.Then comes the bites.This is a story of a survivor named Jane,who will tell you all about the outbreak. They are not sick. They are dead. And they are hungry.This is her story.This is how she survives.
Book | Updated Oct 7, 2014 | Reads: 34 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 2
A poem about Celephais in the Dreamlands.
By Paul Dabrowski
This a prequel to "Mad Season (Working Title)". Other than the characters of Jackson, Ingalls and Edwards this is a stand alone story.
The Detectives are called to the scene where an attendant of a 25 Year Class reunion has died. Was it murder or just dumb luck. But as they proceed with the...
Cruise has lost his memory. Everything and everyone he has ever known are strange to him â€“ all he knows are the people who own him and they are who control him. He is no longer fully human now.
Katrina and gang have to fight against not only the Blood-Suckers, but now they have a new...
taken from my book,
I wrote this while listening to "Monster" by Skillet and "Animal I have Become" by Three days grace. I don't know what this is about exactly so I'll leave that up to the readers.
Poetry | Updated Sep 26, 2014 | Reads: 5 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 1
taken from my book,
Massey Vela is heading home and she notices that someone's following her. But when she looks back, it isn't what she thinks it was.
Short Story | Updated Sep 6, 2014 | Reads: 67 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 2
By Jc Taylor
Disposing of a body is such a pain, but some people will do anything for love.
A Teenage girl goes missing from the river, had she drowned? or had something else much worse happened?
(In progress - not finished!)
Short Story | Updated Aug 27, 2014 | Reads: 126 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 1
By Unjust Mohan
This poem is a satire on politically correct language which only makes the language vague and many a times meaningless. Different words and their politically correct phrases have been contrasted.
By Robert Kasch
Robbing the dead is forbidden for good cause...