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Nick Franchot was an ordinary, young man of twenty-years of existence in the 18th century. And that was what he thought. But there's something dark, maybe even sinister inside him, a side of him that he didn't know, a memory that he had chose to forget. Could his dark side took over and destroy...
This is a chapter from a short novel I am writing. It's a mystery/romance set 4000 years ago.
Before the House of Metellus began its campaign of hate against the House of Nepos, the two houses were much closer together. Find out how the feud came into being.
A fresh and passionate adventure, full of breath taking details that will make you fall in love for this story.
In one moment you know were you are and in another........
FIND OUT MORE....
By Tim Vallie
History is decided by the men who march to war, but their names are soon forgotten, lost forevermore.
Poetry | Updated Jan 5, 2014 | Reads: 6 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Michael J Frey
Just months before the Battle of Central Park and the onset of the Second Civil War, President Obama declares martial law in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut as the ZA infection spreads.
Despite the militaryâ€™s best efforts, the government falls and Manhattan is reborn as a...
The boy I love and my three eldest brothers are going away, they must fight. Them leaving opens my eyes to the horrors this world can bring. 1942 was one of the worst years of my life and this shows the loss I have experienced over time.
Novel | Updated Jan 1, 2014 | Reads: 6 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
Just check out the book itself from: http://bookbooster.com/newage.htm
Andersonville was a Civil War Camp in Georgia. It had been the worst one of the whole war, and perhaps the worst ever on American soil. It consisted of a large field held within a fence of big trees in which prisoners were over capacity by 20,000, given little food and water, and were burning...
Cameron is just sneaking out of his parents's mansion as always but he falls. He doesn't just fall though. He falls in love with somebody he never expected which hurls him into a world of danger.
Just another pointless day uttering the same pointless half-facts
Poetry | Updated Dec 24, 2013 | Reads: 19 | Comments: 3 | Likes: 4
I visited Phnom Penh, Cambodia a few months ago. It was a trip that was the result of a growing interest in its history and ended up being a very profound experience. This is a short reflective article which will serve as a general primer. It is not a detailed travellogue.
Article | Updated Dec 23, 2013 | Reads: 18 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Ted Gerard
What would you do to save the world?
By Tim Vallie
a poem inspired by a quote from Brave Heart, "The dead cost nothing." Historically speaking this unfortunate attitude was often true.
The purpose of this research paper is to demonstrate analysis of the modernization processes of Afghanistan under the ruling of Amanullah Khan and that of France under the ruling of King Louis XIV; applying theories to compare and understand the accomplishments and failures resulting from the...