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Random First Lines:Ander Peyrera was a cycling talent with a great career at his feet.
But then his mother dies in suspicious circumstances and Ander suffers some... » Read
One mans odyssey against the haters
The first of many cases of the dysfunctional detective duo, Lewis Grimshaw and Wesley Mortimer.
The Social Networks is a short story about two people who dedicate their lives to cultivating their social media presences.
By Hanna Nicol
From the day we are born our lives are planned and structured by a set of pre-determined expectations that society expects us to fulfil. Go to school, graduate, go to university, graduate, get a job, pay the rent, buy a car, get married, have kids, buy a house, pay your mortgage, retire...and...
By Kean Flynn
I had been reading a bit from The Book of Disquiet while also putting off studying for a midterm. Those two accidents combined to form this weird strip of pseudo-intellectual prose.
To your right lies all that you wish to escape from. To your left lies the gateway to your dreams. Yet all you can do is watch the days go by, beautiful though they may be.
Hope, humanity, and life in general.
By Liam Cooper
A metafictional memoir from the desk of the man in the future who those have deemed the returned Jesus. Please feel free to print it and post it on telephone poles around your town!
A momentous life of an eternal man, shrouded in a post modern despair and a romantic union.
Short Story | Updated Mar 15, 2012 | Reads: 1 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
I am 16 years old . I have always enjoyed reading and suddenly I felt the urge to start writing.
This is so far what I have written, I guess I still miss more than half but I thought I would try publishing a bit of it. You will notice a strange form of writing, this is just an experiment I...
By Howie Clark
My first short story for booksie. I personally like this story, it's only a page long on Microsoft Word but I think it's very powerful.
An anti-fairy tale.
WARNING: This piece does contain rape scenes, only to make a particular point, always presented negatively, and in the end righteously avenged. Never the less, some readers may be uncomfortable with these scenes.