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this is about how lonley famous people can be.
By Da Lee La
Thank you is sometimes the one thing most of us forget to say, so today I am thanking all of you here on Booksie. I want to let you know that I appreciate the time and effort my fellow writers take to read and comments on my work.
By Carina Lea
Teen pop sensation Asher Smith has it all, except being able to live a normal life. Here is Ashers intro to himself.
This is just a poem I wrote in honor of anime. I love it and live for it! Anime lovers please read! :O
Poetry | Updated Aug 17, 2008 | Reads: 6 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 7
the evil thing, a monster that lives in another dimension, gets released by a couple of pranksters.
Book | Updated Jul 3, 2008 | Reads: 136 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 18
By Andy Wasif
Fabled GREEN MONSTER UNIVERSITY is the world's foremost institution teaching enthusiasts of all aptitudes and levels of passion what it takes to be a Red Sox fan. This book has every piece of information you'd ever want to know about fans of Boston's baseball team -- some of it factual.
By Iason Tonyaka
What is that New Messages button doing there?? Is it taunting me?? After reading LionHearts excerpt I begin to believe it!
This is dedicated to the Capt. of the Toronto Maple Leafs & his mother - Capt. Mats Sundin - after seeing him & his mother in a commercial awhile back & esp. when his pic appeared in local papers as he played a character in "The Nutcracker Ballet!!!!
A humorous account of the life of a struggling freelance writer and the few friends that he has in the strangest places!
Sometimes, I wonder if movies have messed everybody up. By â€œmessed everybody upâ€ I mean at least as much as my family and I.
Short Story | Updated Jan 4, 2008 | Reads: 7 | Comments: 3 | Likes: 2
By Andy Wasif
It's a tongue-in-cheek primer of Yankee discourse; a psychology examination of baseball fandom peppered with fun facts, frivolous historical accounts, and comical illustrations. If you've ever been forced to listen to a Yankee fan's insufferable ranting and incessant blathering, then this book...