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By Carl Worgan
Triple homicide in a quiet English township. What really goes on behind the doors of Town Hall?
By Brennan Dwyer
A poem describing in depth about the mysterious winters of New England
Poetry | Updated Aug 16, 2015 | Reads: 0 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By List Of Tia
Verity Anderson has lived a fairly normal life. No family affairs, no drama. Moving from England to live in France at a young age, Verity now lives in Lyon with her mother. She never questioned the move abroad but why should she?
One summer night, her mother is killed and doubt begins to creep...
By Wyatt Collins
This is a poem about deer stalking, an age old Scottish pastime.
By Jeff Bezaire
In a quiet house in the dark of night in Victorian England, two men conspire towards the downfall of the Catholic church, and the rise of a powerful secret brotherhood.
By Jeff Bezaire
Frightened, anxious, and without hope is how a young woman feels as she sits at a cafe table, alone with her thoughts, while she waits for a stranger to arrive. A stranger whom she will perform a questionable deed for. Can she go through with it?
A story about a dream I had a few days ago.
By Aiden Mills
After the ravens leave the Tower of London in mysterious circumstances, England falls into apocalyptic conditions as famine and disease spreading across the land. This leads to an unknown political party rising through the ranks and gaining power, but are they the saviours the citizens believe...
By Iain Harmon
A group of kids at a grammar school in Liverpool, England in 1920 discover a mysterious gem as the visit of the elusive lord and lady of Lighton hall is fast approaching.
Short Story | Updated May 7, 2015 | Reads: 14 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Roni Archer
This could be the first chapter of a longer story about a guy struggling in the world of online dating, but also about the dark side of the world wide web...
This is a fictional poem.
Poetry | Updated Apr 3, 2015 | Reads: 15 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 1
By Seth Adams
Hal is a half Chinese, half British boy trying to find the killer whose been haunting his life and cleaning up his past with murders. Hal must find the killer but also must fight for his ability to keep his sanity.
Emmaline Rose Fletcher. That was the name on the birth certificate. But I know better than that, I am Kyna Donoghue, pen-scratcher, slave, lover. They can't take that from me. No one can take a memory.
By Honeybee Lilico
I moved from England to New Zealand two weeks ago, and tonight I wrote this poem about being homesick. Please enjoy, and feel free to leave comments describing your own experiences with homesickness! :)
By Mr Watson
A tale of Olde England.