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When does enough become enough ?
Wormhole to another dimension ends in surprise
Bree Highland is a fresh graduate from college. She yearns to be free, so she plans a trip to the secluded great Smockey Mountains. How will her stay go? Is she really alone? Read to find out!!
When a self proclaimed Pickup artists meats a women with more game then him, you'd think they'd be a perfect match? But she has no interest in such an "easy" guy.
By Emilio Amaro
A disgruntled radio DJ haunted by the summer where he played Who Let The Dogs Out constantly decides to pay the Baha men a fatal visit.
A girl and two men and a pond and a forest.
Short Story | Updated Aug 31, 2014 | Reads: 24 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
The first of a series titled
The one thing about the film 'Pulp Fiction' that I wish would have happened differently.
By Paul Dabrowski
The second part in a series
By Albrene Monroe
Adelbrecht Malboro believes he has been banished to the land of the dead when he is forced to move back into his adopted father's dusty hometown. However, he soon learns that Jake's Crossing has countless opportunities lurking beneath its squalid surface. The drug trade is booming, the criminals...
It's about a girl who saves four of King Louis X111 personal guards. Also including Cardinal Richelieu and Queen Anne of Austria. Set in the 17th Century.
Apparently in the Twenty-First Century women have become just an object for amusement for the male population; do we really want our daughters and grand-daughters to be treated this way?
This is an actual nightmare I had (hence the title). We were studying Literature After The Bomb in English Extension 1 at the time, and I think I got a little too into it. Basically, literature in this time period reflects people's fear and mistrust after the Hiroshima bomb was dropped, so the...
Short Story | Updated Aug 4, 2014 | Reads: 14 | Comments: 2 | Likes: 1
By Beatrice Bee
Never quiting the bad habits.