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Daruuk leaves his home in Rome after a series of events, and goes to Carthage to retrieve his sister, who had traveled to Carthage two years ago, and had never returned. However, he meets several obstacles on his way which impede his progress severely. Will he be able to rescue her?
Novel | Updated Feb 6, 2014 | Reads: 4 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
Risk, we all take them, but I'm pretty sure you don't take them as much as me. I would definitely be what you called a serious risk-taker. I don't play around. I've never lost a bet, a dare, nothing like that, but I could lose this one. My crazy best friend, Daria Masters, has dared me to do...
Before the House of Metellus began its campaign of hate against the House of Nepos, the two houses were much closer together. Find out how the feud came into being.
By Don Watson
An incompetent blaspheming so-called "scholar" finds "proof" that Jesus was invented by the Roman elite? Another scholar debunked.
In Ancient Rome, an old feud is building to a head. A plot to destroy a good man is underway, and revenge will be had...
By The Bronc Writer
Reflections on Love and Gladiators
taken from my book, "Taking Our Sweet Little Time"
By Maxwell Mole
The year is 265 B.C. Conflict over the otherwise trivial city of Messana has led the two superpowers of the Western Mediterranean to clash in a conflict that will give one power and the other death.
Is an alternate history of the First Punic War, a What If Scenario, if a storm had delayed the...
Novel | Updated Nov 18, 2013 | Reads: 28 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 1
short poem on a woman's majesty
Short travel story in Rome, Italy. About the brevity of encounters in a predominant low-cost society.
A story about how a early modern Europe would look like if vampires had established themselves as the ruling class in Roman times.
Book | Updated Sep 14, 2013 | Reads: 4 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Mr Ezimuor
Dear Madalina, The pure girl from the creek of Rome. I found you
Poetry | Updated Jul 17, 2013 | Reads: 18 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
Religious rant, after coming across more homo-hatred on Facebook.
By Matthew Bissonnette
A fictional short story about a man in ancient Rome who wanders aimlessly trying to escape his tragic past and happens to come across a man who has spent thirty years alone sitting atop a stone pillar.
By James Troxler
I don't remember when I wrote this one. I really did not intend for it to end the way it did. But no one tells the tale of those who tried and failed. Shouldn't they get a little of the spotlight?