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Curiosity Killed The Cat
By Robert Kasch
Bad writing has it's rewards.
Prologue: 1916 Battle of the Somme
By Jason Bubbleo
A nightmarish supernatural horror adventure about a college student who finds a creepy book.
The Stone Manor have always kept to themselves. To outsiders they have always been mysterious... but yet inexplicably rich. In particular one girl... Lady Verity Stone, the Countess of Ority and the owner of the Manor, and even worse, it's said she isn't entirely human -- but that's just a...
You know that saying, "The curiosity killed the cat"?
Well. This is a story where that is sadly true.
Dessie had always been compelled by the old mansion in her neighborhood. She watched it from afar, looking to see if there was any sing of people--or rather, ghosts--in the eerie house. She'd...
It's my first time please kindly help me to improve....counstructive critisism is appreciated
Short Story | Updated Sep 4, 2014 | Reads: 83 | Comments: 2 | Likes: 3
By Jim Pack
Henry Luellen had always been a small person and therefore assumed to be harmless. This assumption was a frequent mistake made by bullies, to their peril. Number 14 in the continuing series of Henry Luellen short fiction.
By Motus Ginus
Two men have a lovely conversation over a cup of tea. At the same time, events happen, seemingly at random.
A one shot written for the Tallenge literature contest.
In this episode Andrew and Heather have relationship issues. What will Andrew do about Heather cheating on him?
I had this dream on January 1, 2014.
Short Story | Updated Jun 7, 2014 | Reads: 20 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 2
Jack Ironhall is a privileged 18 year old gentlemen, most popular in the city, school and the world thanks to his high-society parents with multiple multimillion dollar houses and fast cars. Despite this he is modest and the perfectly pure bred manners he has grown up with.
By Rubianne Wood
A story with a Gothic touch that will leave you feeling a little haunted. Love and family are the most important things in life, and Gracie Lawson feels cheated by both. When she reluctantly goes home to Nebraska for her grandmotherâ€™s funeral, she is surprised to find an...
By Tyler Benjamin
Julia and Brent, middle-class people, are an engaged couple that have been mysteriously invited to attend Dr. Aragorn's Open House Party for the social elite. What started out as something exciting and different soon took a drastic turn for the worse.