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By Becca Swan
The Smiling Masquerade...
Well, a simple poem who knows someone has time making an imprint in time. :)
Poetry | Updated Dec 16, 2014 | Reads: 5 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By James A Grove
Carnival Zoo's & Ferris Wheels is a audio ebook for children the ages of 3-7, you can read it to your child, let them read it themselves or let Rocky Road the Smiling Toad read it to them!
Stunning photography is used as a backdrop for the humorous stories to entertain the kids!
Please, would you play pretend with me?
Well it's all in the title.
Book/Novel cover design contest
and in that second that I see your smiling face...
Poetry | Updated Sep 14, 2013 | Reads: 14 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 2
The reason I'm smiling.
By Cory Cortez
A short story about a girl who seemingly loves life, but does not love herself. It is an examination of her contradictory and personal struggles.
I appreciate any comments/feedback/criticism (in fact, I'd prefer some criticism!), and I really hope that you all at least enjoy reading it! :D
By Spirit Of Freedom
Raptures Of Love. Physical, love making.
This is a little un-rhyming poem about a girl I know. And all of the stuff in this poem was true thoughts straight out of my head in about fifteen minutes. but anyway enjoy. Oh by the way at the end I call her mole because that's her nickname.
Effie has just turned twenty-one and life couldn't be anymore perfect. Until she meets the big bad Alpha of the RedMoon Pack (the most vicious pack in California) - he gets her Wolf senses tingling in a way she's never felt before. Effie must choose between love and her destiny and neither of...
the tragic tale of a man in trapped in the depths of madness
By Jennifer Brighton
-A peek into the diary of an abused, young girl.
Annaleighâ€”whose age is undisclosedâ€”is a young girl who has been living with her Aunt Kathy whilst her mother, a recovering addict of an anonymous vice, undergoes recovery. Kathy takes Annaleigh into her home, but...