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Random First Lines:For the 30 day writing challenge.
My prompt for Day 2: Tell about a character who lost something important to him/her.
Time Travel Novel
Asher Reisinger is on a mission to save someone lost in time. Catherina Berkman is on a mission to save children before time runs out. The Nazis have taken over the Netherlands, and Europe has begun a slow slide into chaos. Against the backdrop of war, the two meet and begin a...
By Patricia Mcgurk Martin
Oh, say can you see? (We sang)
by the dawnâ€™s early light
what so proudly we hailed
at the twilightâ€™s last gleaming
whose broad stripes and bright stars
through the perilous night
and whose ramparts we watched were
so gallantly streaming?
and the rocketsâ€™ red...
By S Wilcox
Sarah has just graduated high school and is struggling with anxiety. When she comes upon a strange adventure into the past, she has to learn how to deal with the lack of distractions and focus on surviving in the new environment.
This is my first story I've decided to publish on the internet,...
By Margaret Snowdon
Maria Calvert is a poor, lonely chair mender and is struggling to survive, with no hope for the future. Winter and summer alike she tramps from place to place, calling at dwellings in isolated places with her timid knock and faint, mournful cry of 'Chairs to mend!' When she calls at Hillview...
Short Story | Updated Oct 4, 2014 | Reads: 45 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 0
By Margaret Snowdon
Set in the nineteenth century in the glorious Lakelands of Cumbria, The Edge of Heaven is a story of love and unsettling passions, relating to two very different young women and the men in their lives. The discontented Megan Greenward, who has spent all her life on her fatherâ€™s farm and...
By Best Ecx
A prequel to the devastating story of how world war 3 began.
Short Story | Updated Sep 12, 2014 | Reads: 100 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 2
A man in a cafÃ© writes a letter to his sister. That letter contains his story, his journey through life and how he got to where he was. And why he's about to do die that day.
By Don Solenberger
Still Standing is a fantasy that has been living in Don Solenberger's mind for many years, yearning to be told. Don's mother homesteaded on the Dakota plains and often retold the story of a wagon rolling into town with its passengers suffering from arrow wounds. Don worked for the Connecticut...
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WHEN VIKTOR AND ROMULUS, two peasant boys, dig into their townâ€™s strange past, they awaken the wrath of a mysterious overlord. As the blood brothers struggle to survive, their search for answers takes them through gambling parlors, fortune-teller dens, and...
By Brenden Singh
Young Tsuna Watanabe, brash, foolish and arrogant is estranged from all he ever knew and held dear. His prestige and power. Self-destructive decisions make the village a grim reaper heaven
Brigitte Rousseau, along with her husband, is taken captive by a notorious pirate as punishment for landing him in jail earlier. Now, the only way to save her husband's life, is to submit to the pirate's every command.
By Lucinda Blake
A story about Etta, the daughter of a harsh and brutal coal miner, who dreams about escaping from the north east of England to become an artist. As she grows up in the 1900's without a Father, following a pit disaster, she learns about life and love in the cruellest of ways. With her dreams...
Novel | Updated Aug 18, 2014 | Reads: 16 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 0
By Wily Geist
Reports from the White house staff said that unknown objects somehow were being moved around the Lincoln bedroom. Lamps,and a TV appeared to be moved and then turned on. At first, they blamed Barbara Walters and her kleptomania.
Babs claimed they were just souvenirs she bought at the gift shop,...
I had to write this for an assignment in 9th grade. I just really liked it. Enjoy!
Miscellaneous | Updated Aug 13, 2014 | Reads: 10 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0