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By Brennan Dwyer
Things went from bad to worse. It all happened the day Eric got accepted into Hillside University. Things were normal as usual in the small town of Hillside but Eric must prepare for something far more extreme than he could ever imagine.
Article | Updated Nov 20, 2013 | Reads: 3 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
The room is now empty; There's no place to hide...
By Tracey Alvarez
Piper Harland does the one thing she swore she'd never doâ€”return home. Her brother's financial difficulties can't be ignored, so she heads for her tiny island home town where Ryan 'West' Westlake crushed her heart just days before her father drowned while they were out diving.
A prim and proper high school teacher from a wealthy background decides to teach in one of the many fastly downgrading lower class neighborhoods surrounding Atlanta. It isn't long after she arrives in the deceitfully charming Old Town Douglasville that she finds herself attracted to the...
By Savanna Jade Harris
Frustration with people and society.
This is the opening chapter to my debut novel, The Fallen Body. I hope you enjoy it!
Happy Halloween! Here is a very short zombie story. I think its cute and full of irony. Enjoy!
clu was quite a thinker back in his early years.
Miscellaneous | Updated Oct 5, 2013 | Reads: 20 | Comments: 4 | Likes: 4
There is a little elephant, who grows into gigantic proportions!
By Brian A Garber
This is all about a tale of my good childhood friend Andre
Short Story | Updated Sep 24, 2013 | Reads: 103 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 1
Near the city of Orlando, there's a small town called Celebration. It holds the nostalgic memory of yesterday, the unity of family, and the forgotten power of love. This is what happens when two souls who cross paths, and belong to different worlds, meet and can't help but fall in love.
You will never be the same again after reading this book
By Eathan Markson
This a very short poem about a couple who, thanks to their friends and family, get an important job done and decide to celebrate.