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By Mentis Cibum
A short play to promote anti-bullying, especially in the young ones.
Tom tries to get even with Sid but something goes wrong...
Short Story | Updated Jun 14, 2013 | Reads: 68 | Comments: 8 | Likes: 18
When nothing works, Juggernaut turns into begging people direcktly to do the right thing. Does it work?
By Day Owl
The day when a man proposes, is supposed to be one of the greatest day of her life. But, Iris Kenmore just wants to take things slow with him, John Sawyer. She dates, dozens of men after him, but she never feels the connection she had with him. After years without seeing him again, she is...
Juliet Lambert was the fiance of one of the most wealthiest men in New York; Sawyer Lincoln. Her life is luxury until she discovers she's pregnant, when she tries to explain to Sawyer her world crumbles, she's been excused of cheating with Sawyer's brother Alexander! And to make matters worse,...
By Paul Thomson
The literary opportunities orphaned protagonist provide authors in Tom Sawyer and Jane Eyre
By Paul Thomson
The "Bad Boy" convention in Tom Sawyer and Lord of the Flies
Bridgette McKay is used to living on her own, without anyone to push her around. She's in a happy relationship, has good friends, and lives awesomely in a big house. But when Lyle Carry -- a new transfer from London -- comes to town, things start to get complicated.
This is not a love story,...
By Steven Hunley
Kids play Tom Sawyer in canyon
Short Story | Updated Feb 14, 2010 | Reads: 111 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
This is the sequel to the first Temporarily Untitled story. Like the last time, I write the Kennedy P.O.V.s and my best friend Padfoot write the Skylar P.O.V.s. there are also some Sawyer and Beckett P.O.V.s, but I'll say who wrote them.
This is a story that my friend (you may know her as Padfoot) and I wrote together. She wrote the Skylar POVs and I wrote the Kennedy POVs. I'm just the one who is posting the story. We don't have a name for our story yet, though.