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taken from my book, "Into The Direction Of Where"
A brief discussion about the current lethal injection protocol and how it is inhumane. I propose an alternate protocol which would ensure a humane death by lethal injection.
By Sam Smith
An old essay.
Essay | Updated Feb 4, 2015 | Reads: 25 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 2
This is an essay I did for my English class because we had just finished reaading To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee. We had to write a personal opinionated essay on whether or not we think racism is affecting the fairness of the legal system in the United States. My works cited are at the...
This is a poem about domestic violence and what my own daughter went through and how she survived.
The con's of the current three drug protocol used in lethal injection and the pro's of using a unique humane two drug method that would ensure a painless and ultimately humane way to administer the death sentence. My view is from systematic empirical data and research regarding my proposed two...
taken from my book,
A short story (1500 words) of a dystopian future and its favorite holiday. It is an examination into madness and sanity, and into hypocriticality.
By Laura Colette
A murder victim elects to return to earth and haunt the man who killed him.
By Natasha Gordon
Brad Mitchell is an Army Sergeant. His job is one that keep him busy and away from home. While he is away on deployment, he couldnâ€™t help detecting the changes in his wife. They were unsatisfactory and intolerable. He is a reasonable man, but it was time he step it up a notch and restore...
By Novel Ninja
Victoria was a unlucky girl, with bad grades and was always bullied. But one day, things started to change. The most popular girl group in the school invited her to lunch, and people started to become friends with her. That night, when she thought everything was perfect, she heard a...
Novel | Updated Jun 28, 2014 | Reads: 26 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 0
What makes you different makes you special.
What's in a name? "A Rose, by any other name would still...";
Would I care any more, or would you care or be blessed... If the name that I call you, were to be more a test?
You want to see inside me? You want to lay me bare? ...You want me to tell you? To know how much more I care?
This is a true story about my some of the memories of school life. I never had learned English as a language, and it's not my native language either. I just wanted to share something my kids and my students in USA might not be familiar with. Your feedback will be greatly appreciated.
By Vincent Lakes
Two boys and a girl journey south to the ruins of Thorncove, an old hideout of the mystics. Seeking anything valuable in a time when Awen, the secret writing of the Immortals was strictly forbidden, the party stumbles into the darkness of the abandoned lair. What they find from there exceeds...