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By Isaac Goldone
"The Last Escalation" is an anti-war futuristic political satire about
Mad politicians and a hallucinated war!
A military confrontation between democratic and Islamic forces may lead the world to final destruction!
The book creates a new, unreal reality in which the Selected Democratic...
The perfect guy, the perfect date. What could be weird about that?
"I have yet to meet a sane person who seems truly content with every detail of his or her life."
In New York City, during the era known as the Jazz Age, Celine Rollan, a knowledge-seeking young writer, canâ€™t possibly be any more disgusted with her placement in the overall function of the...
Short Story | Updated Oct 14, 2013 | Reads: 22 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Bonnie Jackson
In a distant future, the haves and have-nots reside on opposite sides of the sea. In the discarded cities of the 21st Century, the poor languish in poverty, while on the ocean horizon, the gleaming Island offers up luxury and long-life for those who can afford it. Dry-witted and wily, Dee...
A young boy named Alathorof comes home from delivering letters to a neighboring village to find his family dead and a dragon attacking the city. Alathorof then finds out that he is the rightful heir to the throne of Thlorogan and sets out to kill the evil king and his dragon.
By Rj Leahy
Freedom breeds uncertainty; uncertainty invites chaos.
The last city on Earth is an overcrowded, festering metropolis of segregated quarters and ancient, ethnic hatreds. It is a city on the edge of starvation, slowly succumbing to the creeping death that has choked off the rest of the world....
She never imagined loving someone so much that her life meant nothing or doing something she never thought to do. The Blue Yonder is a testament to true love.
What will you do for a chance at real love, what would you do for a chance at real happiness.
By Rob London Snow
Poetry | Updated Jan 12, 2013 | Reads: 5 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
This is just the ending I created for the Lord of the Flies, after Chapter 12. Hope you guys enjoy it! :) (You have to have read the book first or have seen the movie to have an idea though, if you have not, its okay. . .) :D
By Owen Law
What happens when your community turns you into an outcast then hunts you down for a crime you had no choice but to commit? Shuker is about to find out... (the original version of a short story posted on my blog in 2011.)
A speculative fiction short story broken up into a few sections, exploring a potential future world.
By Robert G Moons
Sometimes, to destroy evil it takes something equally dark â€“ a selective malevolence that will do what others will not, or cannot do.
"I have had many names, from my earlier days in Mesopotamia to the present killing zones of Eastern Europe. For most of my existence I have lived as a...
By Robert G Moons
Captain Flak, Mezmo, and RetroBution are the local costumed heroes. They have no super powers, but provide super community services, as they like to call them. This night, before they go on street patrol, they will meet their biggest fan â€“ an overly enthusiastic nine-year-old boy, who...
In a media controlled society there will always be a few who switch off. And amongst those few there will always be one or two angry and fearless enough to try to destroy their controllers.