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By Dave J
A hypochondriac visits the doctor.
This short, fictional story is about a man that has it all, the lifestyle,car and job. He loses it all, when he falls into depression, as he seeks the one thing he does not have - love.
The story contains two real life topics - depression and suicide,that some readers may find upsetting....
By Shenita Etwaroo
Short Story | Updated Jan 12, 2015 | Reads: 14 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Rm Duchene
The people of earth receive a certified letter from the stars.
By Hace Williams
A classic horror story to be told around campfires or recited during power outages when candles are lit.
By Bradley Cooper
A tale of sadness and truth during the most joyous time of the year.
Harry finds himself in a situation he never thought he would due to dark roots deep within. He finds his way out but is sadly dragged back by his lover, Carola.
It's the night of Christmas Eve and Ellen is alone. It is the festival season, but also thief season, and then there's the psychopaths and the murderers, who don't care what season it is. Can she ignore the bumps in the night until Christmas Day arrives?
Recently, in English class, we've come on to the subject of New York, and my teacher asked us to write a short piece of writing about New York. I decided to base mine around the idea of a writer observing people on the streets to inspire them to write.
Betrayal. I roll the word around my tongue like candy, relishing in its bitter taste...
I will look for you throughout the seasons.
Short Story | Updated Dec 16, 2014 | Reads: 86 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 1
By Jonathon Davis
Just a start to a short story about a boy from medieval Europe I plan to continue working on. This is the first story I have ever tried to write outside of school and I would love some pointers and tips.:)
By Anna Grettle
What would the world be like without electricity? David is an ordinary person with an ordinary life, so when he wakes up one morning with no electricity, he may not be able to handle it.
The author takes you on a walk through the garden of an abuse survivor. This journey is illustrated by using poems, prose, flash fiction and short stories to offer a glimpse into the thorny world in which a survivor often lives.
The dreams are the same, every night. A swirl of dark feathers. A shadowed pursuer. And me, falling.