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Random First Lines:When I toured across Europe for promotion of a recent published book, I anticipated some sort of confrontation between my own values of what a... » Read
What love means to me.
By John Marie
Grace Sanders isn't your normal type of girl. She isn't into pop or rap and absolutely HATES the new age in music. Her mom is a stuck up, selfish rich woman and her sister is exactly like her mother, causing Grace to be rebellious and outgoing. Missing the "Nirvana Days" and being influenced by...
By Law Of Time Press
Book of the Transcendence - Time and the New Universe of Mind - Cosmic History Chronicles, Volume VI
by Jose Arguelles & Stephanie South
We are at a time when knowledge is being renewed. We are being called to turn inward, away from the virtual cyber-world into the vast realm of our own mind -...
By Jessa Sumner
The debate over successful parenting continues.
By Jessa Sumner
Ever got sick of people bashing on Bush Jr. Even when you didn't agree with Bush either? This paper is inspired by just that feeling of generational entrapment. Enjoy.
Wrote this randomly at school today. Hope you like it! <3
Poetry | Updated Oct 1, 2010 | Reads: 2 | Comments: 2 | Likes: 2
Chris, a university student in Anchorage, discovers a woman named Anna who isn't what she seems. She's intelligent, charitable, and has an adventurous spirit but beneath the exterior lies a more darker nature. As the murders continue in Anchorage, Chris' suspicion of Anna grows until a...
Tori O'Connell was orphaned when she was a mere child of 4. She was left in the care of her Grandmother who is the nanny to three spoiled rich siblings heirs, to the Beckin Estate in Rowling, Virginia. Bartholomew, Cassandra, and Ruthie have never worked a day in their lives.
Some poetry and text
War... The Battle of Stalingrad
By King Kong
Early American history.
This interactive map is simply wonderful for teaching oneself about what happened
Miscellaneous | Updated Sep 9, 2010 | Reads: 0 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Mike Florio
This is a poem that my small education has helped me write and I consider it a good creed for all poets.
Little Thing About Kalaibo...my town..