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Random First Lines:Originally published in 2014 as a digital only edition, this new edition comes with a brand new artwork but the same original prose. It was... » Read
The Missouri River is a lazy river flows slowly through Sioux City, Iowa bisecting into South Sioux City into Nebraska and Sioux City in Iowa. Big Sioux River seperates Sioux City into North Sioux City in South Dakota. Sioux City is a Tri-State and Three River City, A unique city for its name...
By Nikolai Winter
An essay I wrote defining (and defending) the art of role-playing.
The mystery of Alice Grey has always eluded curious high-schooler, Peter. One day, Peter follows her into the woods and discovers her secret. Based on Lewis Carroll's poem, 'Alice Grey.'
With apologies to C.S. Lewis's "Prince Caspian", Lucy's plea to the dryads, the spirits of the trees, to awake.
What will happen when Brandon slaps Lewis' orange juice?
By Jennifer Brighton
Letters and Scribblings of Jane.
When nothing works, Juggernaut turns into begging people direcktly to do the right thing. Does it work?
By Faith Writer
Ray Lewis has done so much with his second chance at life, but so many people want to hang on to the past and see him for who he was and not see him for who he is now.
Essay | Updated Jan 21, 2013 | Reads: 23 | Comments: 2 | Likes: 2
â€œField commander, Lewis Xephos, reporting for team transport to surface.â€
About some kids who's parents told them that one moment in their life could either make or break. This story tells how these kid's life unravels when an unexpected event happens in their life. What's going to happen. Make sure to read Sabrina's book "Make or Break"
Novel | Updated Aug 16, 2012 | Reads: 1 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
Poetry | Updated Jul 28, 2012 | Reads: 5 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
A story of what happened before the poem "the Jabberwocky" by Lewis Carol
Short Story | Updated May 18, 2012 | Reads: 10 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
It's the same as my first version. I made a mistake and uploaded the wrong version before, so this is the most up to date one, with many improvements, I hope you will agree.
A boy in his early teens called Sam had a tough life at home. He had always loved nature, so decided to run away from home, and survive with only the help of nature.
I did this as part of my Higher English course at school. The limited feedback I got from my teacher was 'Good' - so I...