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A night in the diner for the sultry half demon, portal-walker, come detective, Blaize, is a real bang.
I have been writing Blaize for 22 years now. This is just one of the multitude of stories she is in, and I sort of start in the middle. The beginning and end are still to be added at a later...
I wrote this story for my English class assessment, it was meant to be a Science fiction story, but I recently found out my English teacher was homophobic, so I turned it into a Gay love story. There are aliens in it just to make it passable for my class. Leave reviews please :)
Daniel and his friends get caught up in an evil plot to break down the European Union. It is a story full of action, mystery and self-sacrifice.
Five people from five different countries plan to destroy the E.U. Each has a different role to play, which requires courage and determination. Will...
Book | Updated Jun 26, 2009 | Reads: 1 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
A poem describing two girls who really piss me off. It doesnt mention them directly, but it describes their personalities.
A guy who happens to exist in a different reference of time flees from a fiery chasm with a ram.
A story that starts at the end, jumps back to the beginning, and then fills in the blanks as it progresses. A story of love & loss, of music & mohawks, of allegory & alliteration...
It may confuse you, it may enlighten you, it may frighten you--but most importantly, it will give you something to...
Mick Carrera, a young trumpet playing graduate of the Julliard School of Music cannot account for several years of his life; he must fill in the blanks. In a desperate search for answers, he unwittingly triggers a dormant and devastating personality flaw that draws him into a San Francisco...
A strange young girl is found in an abandoned house, but there seems to be no explanation as to where her parents are nor why she's there.
A Short Novel telling an old Story.......
Novel | Updated Dec 10, 2008 | Reads: 2 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Ashleigh Butcher
society, society....will they ever accept difference? Just a short form of irritation in verse, this one.
By Lee Duffy
A chance encounter with a strange man leads you on a remarkable journey through dreams and awakenings with the introduction to a sound unlike any other. Sit back and watch the deafened world pass by, "for until now, you have been deaf all your life."
This story accompanies my paintings and...
By James Trusty
(A paralogue of the Ancient Circles Chainsaga): Tristan finally marries the love of his life. He then finds himself living a dream come true entangled in a perpetual nightmare, while he struggles to adjust to his wifeâ€™s reality. Brandon, in turn, searches for romance and adventure, but...
By James Trusty
AD Caulder, otherwise known as Skinner, was the sheriff of the Sand Rose Plantation, which was as much a fiefdom and colony as it was a vast farm and ranch. It was located on lands that the ntives wished to reclaim. The world that it spread across was one of a few earthworlds of a nation, which...
By Wilma Al Carlson
In Virengaleh, music is everything, Betrayal is rampant, and three people and one ghost must stop the land from destroying itself from the inside out.
Novel | Updated Apr 19, 2008 | Reads: 1 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Chris Myers
"The Secret War" is an intriguing and action-packed piece that examines and critiques the human cost of capitalist systems.
***Part One only. More to follow soon.