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By Bill Rayburn
No second acts in life are guaranteed, and not all second acts sell out, but when you meet someone who has re-discovered their mo-jo...it's wonderful.
My entry for princeedwards 2nd 2012 weekly writing contest. My words: Apple, Monster, Love. It was hard, but I got there in the end.
Just a review for the stories.
Book Review | Updated Sep 20, 2012 | Reads: 19 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 2
This story is about hunting dangerous game in Mozambique. If you have every wanted to go to hunt dangerous game in Africa or are thinking about it I believe you will enjoy this story and find it informative.
Short Story | Updated Sep 16, 2012 | Reads: 8 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Giant Killer
I never edit my writing. This particular piece I have changed over four times. I am nervous to show it but I do ask for feed back from my fellow writers if you can.
A seriers of diffrent short stories. Story one: A boy takes revenge on the man who killed his baby sister.
By Giant Killer
The beginning of mending a broken heart...the idea anyway.
By Benjamin Saphiro
The second greatest living writer.
Book | Updated Aug 20, 2012 | Reads: 10 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
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...
This is a short story which I wrote during my first year of University. I broke as many of my tutor's 'rules of fiction' as I could, and she had me do a public reading of it.
I hope you enjoy it also!
PS. It's hard to write in second person.
this is a fantasy story ,it teaches one to believe in it
A strange letter found in the possession of a deceased individual, apparently wanting to get some final things off his chest. A sort of deathbed confession it seems.
The rain became a powerful aid in keeping their love together.
By Ian Brunner
Our protagonist Liam learns his family has always had the second sight and it was only hidden from him. Now hes in over his head with trouble from The Fey.