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This is the story of Eric Draven
a poem written about the film The Crow,
Eric came home on Halloween to find his engaged bride being raped and cut by the Halloween boomers, they shot Eric in a crucifix stance and threw him out of their apartment loft, Shelly his love,still watching.
Kip is the emo kid with an alcoholic, abusive father and a depressed mother. He just moved to Oregon...with his dad. Will he find love with his new best friend? Or maybe a character of the past? Or will his memories get in the way as the past blends into the present and darkness fades into the...
By Essay Fitzgerald
A half human-half robot finds herself in a
girl's room - running from her creator,
Dr. Shelly Givenchy.
Jess Ellis and Danny Michaels have know each other since they were born, but hate each other's guts and it doesn't help that he's going out with her best friend. Even so, because of their parents, they stick close to each other, but someone needs Danny gone. When Jess finds out the biggest...
By Scarlett Ibis
Two women, Paige and Shelly, die on the same day, at the same moment.
Shelly, a quiet wedding photographer, wins the "Afterlife Lottery," and gets a second chance at life. She is resurrected, but as the wrong person, and comes back as Paige, a beautiful and shallow aspiring actress.
Frankenstein with a twist...
By Shelly Goodman Wright
With her cozy new family, in the middle of the Okefenokee Swamp- surrounded by the heritage of the Cherokee Indians- Jessie is happier than she has ever been. Even though the tiny shack did not have running water or electricity, she feels at home and loved. She has her suspicions that she has...
She's dressed like a prep, reading like a nerd, with marks of an emo. He's a skater with a pure bad boy attitude. She's the three things he hates about people. He's the kind of guy she runs from. Allan Right and Stacy Frank.
By Classics Publisher
A man celebrates his 323rd birthday. A gripping short story from Mary Shelley, the writer of Frankenstein. The story is now in the public domain, so enjoy.