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The Universe doesn't reward you for trying. The Universe doesn't reward you for being morally good. The Universe doesn't care about you. The Universe doesn't care how hard you run up the stairs. The Universe doesn't care what your intentions were, or that it was an accident. My cousin was 23...
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By Emily Burke
Elizabeth believes she is a twenty five year old woman travelling on a train to visit her dear friend, Anna, whom she has not seen for a while. But there's a lot more to Elizabeth that she has yet discover.
second part to Annabelle's exciting adventure
First of all, MASSIVE thank you for clicking into my story and deciding to give it a go! I really hope you'll all have as much fun reading it as I do writing it!
Second of all, the story is set in an imaginary/made-up city called Lumiere. It might be weird and all that, but...
William finds himself in a small room, which he knows nothing about. Apparently, it had something to do with a test at school, but he didn't know why. Soon, William finds out that the world is not how it seems.
Novel | Updated Mar 2, 2014 | Reads: 11 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By James Inkwell
Jim goes on a vacation.
This is the story of a man named Ri. It may not be as glamorous as some stories, for it's just the tale of one man pursuing the noble endeavor of ridding the world of divine influence. Please leave me your feed back in the comments section below.
By Cece Grace
Julia lived a normal life. Went to school, had friends. But one day changed everything. Will things ever go back to normal. Where is she and what will happen to this young teen.
Short Story | Updated Jan 25, 2014 | Reads: 84 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 4
Willow Adira is a young girl in the 9th grade who lives only with her father in a small southern New York town. She leads a normal life until the world collapses into shambles from a quickly spreading virus. The virus causes it's victims to become flesh eating cannibalistic crazy creatures who...
Lorona, son of Arkin, plagued with a past of dark memories, is faced with a brutal final battle, challenging all that he knows. This story is meant to inspire, entertain, but most of all, it is meant for people to realize the fragility of mortality and how we all need to be sure of our eternity.
Kidnapped by the seductive immortal Greyson Ledger, Carigan must face one of two futures; one that defies her captor, and one that proposes eternity.
Everything you know and have grown to believe, is a lie. Nothing makes sense, but at the same time it all does. You are confused, and know it's wrong. But then why does it feel so right?
All around the world burning children are showing the glowing, radiant, brilliant true colours and are going to let their souls burn.
Is it the start of a revolution? Are they saviors? Are they good? Or do they work for a service of evil?
All we know, is their name.
The Children of The Sun.
A girl walks to seven eleven drunk after a long night of partying. Her small trip to the store turns deadly when two robbers enter the store.
So add any comments about how I can make this better, thanks :)
Should I leave in the bits and pieces about Tom?