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By Fire Child
This book is a mixture of crime, fiction, adventure, and a lot more. It is about a girl with duel personalities who is also an arsonist. Her name is Tabitha and she is 17 years old. The crime Tabitha is trying to solve is her father's death. Read on to find out more.
Novel | Updated Aug 26, 2013 | Reads: 7 | Comments: 2 | Likes: 2
taken from my book,
The continuation of EX0L8, BOOK 1. Sara continues her journey to Florida, in a race against the Director who gave her the name, 'EX0L8', his most prized experiment.
There's a good amount of soul-spilling and some strong language here. I don't usually write like this but I feel like it was a necessary outlet. Anyway it's not terribly graphic, just interested in what other people might walk away from it with.
Want to contribute a sentence? Read the instructions in chapter one! Looking forward to everyone's contributions and hope you all enjoy. :)
By Jason Wallace
Rick Ratner, after waking up in a mental health facility, is accused of murdering his only daughter. Could he have done it? Can he escape and prove his innocence or is there much more that Rick is unaware of?
By Jon Lymon
A story that twists and eventually turns on itself.
By Lost Love Long Forgotten
It's a story about a girl who suffers from multiple personalities she's later diagnosed with disassociative identity disorder. She suffers by herself because her parents have decided to pretend its a condition that doesn't exist.
By Mickel Mais
When faced with his age, a narcissistic man with multiple personalities simply couldn't help himself.
IT IS ABOUT MULTIPLE PERSONALITY DISORDER
The land of Foria has been a realm of battle and strife since the beginning of Man. However, in an age of schemes, bastards, and mystical sciences a fissure between the nations begins to emerge. A fissure that could tear apart the land and change it's history forever...
A poem about Dissociative Identity Disorder (or Multiple Personality Disorder) and what it does to the people who have it. It's not very long, but I hope it gives the right message. If you could comment on it for me, I'd much appreciate it.
By Sultry Alice
My first Haiku, inspired by Ben Hardstaff. This has multiple meanings to be determined by you.
By Ayla Daniels
If it's that easy to convince yourself you're stupid, could it be that easy to do the opposite?
By Michael Edward Potts
An introspective poem that I wrote during a pivotal time. Not only in my high school career, but in my life.