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For Lenore Mazy, it's just a long flight. For Juan de Medina, it's just a normal day on Christopher Columbus's ship. For Aki, it's a simple excursion to the past. For Sandy Jones, it's just a normal tuesday. For Mr.kaito, it's just another student learning the ropes.
However, these young men and...
Yay! new story. This is just a spoof to see what you guys think let me know if you think I should continue or not?
I was told. That I was born blind. I was told. I would never be able to see. But Iâ€™ll probably never know.
One day when walking in the market district with the others she...
Novel | Updated Nov 7, 2014 | Reads: 8 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
A short story about the surrender at Appomattox Courthouse. General Robert E. Lee of the Confederates surrendered to General Ulysses S. Grant (whose real name was actually Hiram Ulysses Grant) on April 9th, 1865. This is my rendition of both General Grant and General Lee's emotions that day.
Short Story | Updated Nov 3, 2014 | Reads: 66 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
As Iâ€™ve now passed my fiftieth birthday, I have come to realize that stories like mine; though common; are kept mainly in peopleâ€™s minds. In another thirty years most of those minds will have faded, and with them, the wonderful stories of what it was like to be raised in a world...
By William Liu
Native Americans have been disrespected for many years. However, I believe that now is the time for them to regain their rights and actually be respected as humans.
I wrote this story for a class I am in. I enjoyed making it. Alistair is a boy who traveled with his father in business and had written on how the 13 original colonies looked like in his perspective.
Short Story | Updated Oct 7, 2014 | Reads: 57 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Damian Vincent Henry
Some people love history, because the thought of imagining themselves as knights, vikings and soldiers...actually excites them; and some men and women who lived in that era, needed something much more than being remembered. They looked forward to the future.
By Marvin Hill
This is a basic elaboration of the Middle Passages and the ordeals encountered by the enslaved.
Time travel is real. Governments have been using the technology to alter history for their own benefit. Now time travel is illegal. It is only used with the permission of the UN, and only for the betterment of all. A group of soldiers is still using time travel for their own good. A scientist...
The Story of The Black explains the simple story of African American history from the struggles to the near future of all.
Poetry | Updated Sep 14, 2014 | Reads: 35 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
For imagination to be dipped onto the slate of creativity. An ongoing towards fields of yields, that merge the reading pleasure of a modern classic, and sum the simplicities of those elemental varieties at no times dealt with. Its an impersonal fictive narrative of nearing real edged facts,...
Life is pretty hard as teenager, and that's not including the itsy bitsy detail of me being able to travel back in time through my dreams and...oh I don't know....change the course of history. This is a pretty recent development, and I have NO clue what to do about it. Not only that but there is...
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...
Essay about the history of homosexuality in Europe, specifically Germany, and the events leading up, and during, the Holocaust. Essay focused on the homosexuals.
By Hades Above Ground
How many times did a miraculous idea pop up in your mind right before you compelled it to exit the lobbies of you unsorted, suffocating brain?
IT'S TIME TO CHANGE!