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Random First Lines:This review is from the short Christian historical novel entitled Standing Elk which is available from Treble Heart Books. » Read
Immortality has its ups and downs, I guess I can't complain. But I didn't ask for this, I didn't want to watch my family grow old and die. I wanted to have a family of my own, kids to scold and love, a wife. Why me? I didn't ask for this, but I didn't have a choice.
By Lee Hall
An adapted excerpt of my second Clark Thorn book.....
This is something we did in class, called "note passing," where everyone would start their own story; subject topic was the 1930's Dust Bowl, and what life was like. (narrative, letter, mostly first person) From there we would pass it to another person, then another- after 5 minutes or so- and...
By Brent Seymour
You have had a traumatic childhood and seek revenge until your feelings grab hold and change things. Or do they?
The day you finally do it
A woman wanders around her dark basement flat, eating an odd, sticky spread from old peanut butter jars, knowing that there's something strange going on, but not quite remembering what.
She gets the Spread delivered to her by a little old man who won't talk to her, and to make things more...
Novel | Updated Feb 5, 2014 | Reads: 6 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
I know a girl - That girl was me
Something I wrote whilst listening to Ludo's 'Morning in may', it's a short story told from the point of view of a guy who's girlfriend killed herself, and how he wishes that he could've done something or at least died with her. TW: Suicide.
By Miharu Rokujo
It is certainly an eerie feeling, alienation. Isolation from everything and anything that would fit one in the classification of 'human'. Just what is this life they speak of?
Don't try to hide the devil in you.
Don't really understand where my life is going, it's som complicated and he isn't making it any better. It's getting harder to ignore the voices, to ignore him. I shouldn't be here I just shouldn't and yet he brought me here, he's keeping me here.
It's all his fault.
Yes that's right all his fault!
I'm trapped, I'm all alone and he's coming for me!!
Short Story | Updated Jan 8, 2014 | Reads: 13 | Comments: 2 | Likes: 2
This book is about the loss of my son and how I have managed to take such a tragedy and turn it into a positive way to help others. I want parents who have lost a child realize they are not going through this alone.
By Jon Ziegler
For non-morning people, waking up can be the start of a battle for your sanity.
Short Story | Updated Jan 5, 2014 | Reads: 167 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
A battle in the Coliseum from the eyes of a gladiator.