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Random First Lines:My ASVAB scores from December 22, 1994. I joined the Army's early entry program and took the Oath of Enlistment on June 28, 1995. I wanted to... » Read
Sometimes you have to go to extremes to do the right thing...
By Ian Russell
Touching Souls is the first in a series of novels which leads to the successors of Home Sapiens, laying down the foundation for the second book, The Genesis of Homo Cognoscit or The Origins of Enlightened Man. We live in an over populated world of conspiracy. Our lives are manipulated by...
By Pentagram The Wicked
A poem about the Queen Zoth Syra.
This is my first book in the process of being rewritten for a final publication. Please tell me what you think, I will post it one chapter at a time as it gets written.
This is the tale of Colton Kindlin, a member of a society called the Akkira. He and his group have a job, send monsters known...
When the city of Lyone became a hellish nightmare. Gabrielle Dutton, one of the few survivors of the city's police force meets Vincent Crow, a young "Chevalier" who is the only survivor of a mysterious paramilitary team sent to control the situation, she offers to help in order to discover who...
taken from my book, "If It Doesn't Compromise The Chicken"
Mysterious kidnappings of children. Who has doing it? Why are they doing? Get the inside look at the kidnappings. It's not what you think.
A POEM ON A WORLD CONSTANTLY AT WAR
Poetry | Updated Sep 4, 2011 | Reads: 0 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
This is a book about a strange young man who will live at some point in the future, in a land called Festin. He is a bad kid and will one day grow up to be president. This is how his life was freshman year of college. This is in need of an editor, but i hope you will enjoy it.
Follow the tale of a witness to the events that takes place in a secret society of clowns. Will they find out how to help their friends or will they fall victim to the brainwashing?
By Kagiso Kekana
Describes the life of the human species and how we act in our most different ways.
Poetry | Updated Oct 24, 2009 | Reads: 0 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0