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By Tristin Hinaga
What would you do if you were suddenly sucked into a video game? Follow Tristin on his journey to get back home, before life turns into a living Hell.
Short Story | Updated Jun 28, 2015 | Reads: 0 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
Learning Spanish in Los Angeles, CA.
Poetry | Updated Jun 16, 2015 | Reads: 2 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 1
One officer and shrieff finds themselves at a crime scene one night when they notice the murder is very bizzare almost unhuman
a teenage boy receives several text messages from his friend alex who claims too see a woman across the street who keeps getting closer and closer too the house the woman identity remains unknown...
Short Story | Updated May 25, 2015 | Reads: 31 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 0
By Jack Dikian
The development of the SQL+sh as an interactive front-end to Unifyâ€™s Structured Query Language (SQL).
By Jack Dikian
The development of the Structured query language
By Santiago Elizalde
Roberto is an immigrant who has an interesting relationship with the country he loves. In this story we see the personification of the USA and the conversations she has with Roberto.
By Tom Gallison
Paul goes on a routine diplomatic journey to Russia. Russia has been plagued by a deep economic crisis and is now more isolated than ever. Coalition pressures have drove China to swear off Russian exports. For much of Russia the quality of life has sank below that of many developing nations...
The world is full of those who do not deserve to live. It is my job to kill them. My name is Kerin and I will destroy the Imperfect of this world! This world will be perfect!
Christopher Parker is small and frail, especially in voice. For a long while, he hasn't said a word, not even a sound has come from him. His stitched mouth doesn't help to make him invisible, either.
He thinks his world is just burning to hell when he gets paired with super cocky, irritating,...
By Tom Gallison
Fiction centered around clandestine and covert operations involving surveillance, data forensics, language processing, AI, machine learning, pandemic, population growth, war on terror
The boy's private school near Biarritz is somewhere troubled children are shipped. Adriel is all too familiar with this notion. He has already spent one year of his primary school locked up in this prison after he came out to his parents. He'll soon realize that the institution wanted him for...
RoseMary and Rosalyn have changed schools six times! And are now changing again, for the seventh time! Dark brown hair, violet eyes, and a very pretty faces. Cause more problems than needed for the identical twins. Genius RoseMary just wants to try again, and keep to herself. Hippie Rosalyn...
Novel | Updated Jan 26, 2015 | Reads: 14 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Kristy Nicolle
A poem about the way in which language blooms in the mind of a writer.
By Aj Fate
some content may not be deemed appropriate for young readers contains blood, violence, and profanity.
This story is a story about a man who lives his life doing bad things the man is known as the debt collector and what goes around comes around. one day after completing a job he is returning...