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By James William
Crafting a true horror experience is something that not too many can do these days whether it is through writing or film. This artilce was written in order to spark a discussion on the matter of saving what truly is horror.
By The King Of Nerds
David is 30 years old and was born in 2345. He is part of the U.M.S. he used to live in a holo-craft, till it was shot down by the enemy, now he and 18 other people sprawl to what used to be Maine. Will they survive the desolate waste land? Knowing that the enemy lurks in the shadows waiting to...
Is the horror genre lacking in originality? You bet.
Essay | Updated Apr 5, 2014 | Reads: 16 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 1
By Adrienne Giordano
Two attorneys with everything to lose fight for justice in THE PROSECUTOR by USA TODAY bestselling author Adrienne Giordano
Chicago assistant state's attorney Zac Hennings just got handed a political hot potato: keeping the convicted murderer in a high-profile case behind bars. He's up against...
A good man. A bad man. They both turn up in a fragile soapy sphere. Oh, they must be trapped, but are they really?
Frank is unable to conceive of this punishment, and the man sitting across from him can only smile at his traveling partnerâ€™s numerous attempts to escape. As the clouds...
Book | Updated Feb 19, 2014 | Reads: 2 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
At the tender age of eighteen, Jessie Bacelli learned the truth of evil. After the murder of her father, Jessie steps in to take care of her younger sister, Annie, while following in her fatherâ€™s footsteps and becoming an agent for the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Dedicating her...
By Ray Anderson
An adventure mystery full of intrigue, suspense, danger and lost historical inquiry.
The Lotus Cross is a thriller pitting personal gain against the promise of redemption.
For over a thousand years, history has kept secret the Lotus Cross, an artifact with blood traces of the risen...
By Eliot Hartford Bailey
Have you ever wished for a miracle? Come on now. Of course you have. You know you have. For, which of us on this planet, atheists included, has not at one time or another, and with the heart of a beggar, pleaded, entreated, prayed, even bargained for a miracle of one sort or another to be...
By Melissa Firefox
Not really in the mood for a description. -_- Sorry! Anyway, enjoy and... uhh... yeah. XD
By Melissa Firefox
Hey guys! I am thrilled to announce the results to my writing awards. Good luck to everyone!
By Wendy Lane
I cant even believe I'm doing this......
please have fun with it though :)
winners will have promotion space, fan, reads,
no losers, no hate, loads of fun
deadline for signing up is the 31st of October, deadline for entries in is the 5th of November, winners announced on the 10th of November
So this is were all of my short contests for short stories will be. Plus all of my contest winners
By Miss Fellis
a new competition, any genre can be chosen and a book, poem, short story or novel can be entered. judging is based around creativity, grammar, storyline and emotion, please come and join for your chance at great prizes! see context for further details