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Random First Lines:Parker Wilson was just your average collage student until she found out the truth about who or rather what she is. She then has to decide who she... » Read
I would like to make something very clear. As a female I am NOT a feminist. At least not in the trashy, fat, hateful, pentasexual, nasty, awful, black-souled, lazy kind of way. Those people are just looking to cause trouble. I have been appalled by the "feminists" that harassed Dr. Matt Taylor...
Diana is lost, locked in a basement of a beautiful stranger she feels she might know. She can't remember who she is, how she got here, or who this man is, but something about the stranger feels familiar.
Shane is in big trouble. Stuck in the hold 2 guys, doing sketchy stuff for them, he's in...
By Just Another Stupid College Student
My views of the human sexuality trend of the young generation
By Apocolypse Kid
'One night the men came. Nobody knew who they were, but we knew they were men. We didn't know where they came from, only that they came. They landed one night, in a flash of light and a boom of sound. To all of us, they were just men. Men who'd come from outer space.'
Short Story | Updated Oct 29, 2014 | Reads: 11 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
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.
A girl and two men and a pond and a forest.
Short Story | Updated Aug 31, 2014 | Reads: 26 | 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
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?