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By Star Nikita Singh
This is a story about the truth. It's about human nature to expect from destiny. Story tells us what we expect we never get and what we get we never expect.
a short poem written written late last night, inspired by a thought of someone i should not be thinking of.
Volume of masters value beginning where days never end. :)
Article | Updated Dec 16, 2014 | Reads: 1 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Flynn Hodgson
The curiosity of the locked wooden cupboard has resurfaced at Orlando's house. With the help of Rosaline will they ever unlock the doors and venture inside?
A girl just wanting the life of any other typical 14yr old. An outcast not only in her family but in her scchool too, she decides that she has had enough and is going to make a change.
By Lee Hall
After much deliberation, my heart sways towards self publishing my first novel.....
By Oliver Daisies
if i've got an idea for a story, but no time to write it, this is where it'll go! come here to buy a plot! x
By Ina Mcfarmers
Gifted present dont have to lead to ?
The publishing of a new author's work.
Short Story | Updated Nov 28, 2012 | Reads: 17 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 2
This is a link that was provided in the magazine "Muse and the Mode" directing their readers to read my full story on their website. It also received a full page in their November/December issue!
It is also currently posted on ther main home page on the site.
This is more of a blog than anything else. I only submitted it as an article because hardly anyone reads 'miscellaneous' and I think this comes pretty close to being an article... or column... I don't know. But please, read on!
I intend this to be a book journal where I have journalled, and are continue to journal, the little things that makes me happy and keeps me going. At the back of this book journal, I would like a few pages empty for the reader to start recording their life's lessons and perk-me-ups for their own...
This is most of my poetry I am selling on Amazon over Kindle. If you like my poetry and would like to download it cheaply, just go on the link above.
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