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By Molly Mushroom
Description of the ocean for my english class
Novel | Updated Jun 7, 2014 | Reads: 9 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
When Ocean finds out that the characters from one of her favorite books are real, she can't believe it! But when she's taken on the adventure of her life with her new friends, she doesn't want to lose them, and risks her life to save them.
By James Graham
A poem about the beauty of storms.
A poem about the Basalt Pillars of the West in the Dreamlands.
More poetry, this one was written today, 5/10/14. I just found out that one of my closest friends has cancer.
Please let me know what you think. This is one of my newer poems.
Poetry written by me in a hard point of life
Chapter two of The Islands of Dreams.
How will this world end? I guess it really doesn't matter.
Joshua and Maks are poor and underfed men living in a country governed by corruption; When the opportunity to set sail in search of a better life finds them, where will they find themselves?
Every year my mother would take me and my sisters to Cali to visit family.
Margarita and her husband Cornelius embark on a strange Alaskan cruise with relatives. After a long, eerie night on the ship, the family discovers that the ship is sinking, and all scramble to save themselves.
Short Story | Updated Apr 1, 2014 | Reads: 11 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 2
One technique writers use to generate ideas for stories is free writing, where one simply writes whatever comes to their mind without stopping, and eventually ideas will begin to form. A very good technique. Here is a very short piece of free writing I did, with emerging themes of the...
I'm sorry, ocean. But I've made up my mind, and this is what I'll do. I can't live without them.
By Inebriated Genie
The story of a lonely, bitter man in the throws of isolation.
The first story that I really tried to perfect. Let me know if I missed any incorrect grammar and whatnot. By the way, I posted this to Creepypasta wiki under the title