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Fragment Earth â€“ An epic adventure into misunderstanding, this series of psychological short stories, explores the finer meaning of the meaningless meanings overlooked by understanding itself.
Cold Concept: Is Easy To Do
Sadly, among those tasks which we...
Five children are sent to a facility to learn to control their psychic powers. They are nothing alike, except for a few things.
1. They were all lied to
2. They know nothing about this facility
3. They all have to pay a price for the services they were given.
This facility is a secret. Very few...
Adventure and mystery in the uncanny spirit world captivate the young lives of fourteen-year-old Christina and her sister Jackie, eleven. When the family moves 1500 miles from their home in New Jersey to the desert of the American Southwest, they encounter many spiritsâ€”some good, some...
â€œWell IMOP stands for Internet Mail Order Pharmacist,â€ Dan looked at Juggernaut as if he let go a big secret.
â€œWho is mail order pharmacist?â€
â€œAny person can become an internet mail order pharmacist without any training; all they need is an...
By Rock N Roll Bachelor
Mildly humourous, inspired whilst watching the television
By Donna Cavanagh
I thought I only had to fight my husband for the remote. Then, I ran into my dog.
Essay | Updated Mar 26, 2010 | Reads: 101 | Comments: 8 | Likes: 8
Written in 2006, this poem celebrates my favorite retreat, a place so filled with natural beauty that I plan to retire there someday. I refuse to tell where it is, for I do not want everyone on the East Coast to also discover its beauty and taint it by living there...
Lexis Madrigal is in for the surprise of her life. Shes being forced to marry a multi millionaire's son, Andrew Montrelli. Not only is he unbearably gorgeous but hes also way to cocky and obnoxious for Lexis's taste. But when they're being forced to take a two month vacation on a remote private...
War never changes. The names sometimes, and the numbers killed maybe, but nothing important. War and the people who wage it are immortal.