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"It's not your fault, you know. Your face has expired."
Short Story | Updated Jan 3, 2014 | Reads: 32 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
Read this personal account of my struggle for survival after the electrocution that took place at work in 2002.
By Premonitions Of Doom
Franklin has a job which most people think is quite dull and simple. But there is a much darker side to his work, which few know about...
By Mark Healey
A young man discovers a portal in his basment that leads him into a subway system and a possible alternate universe. Does this world really exist or is it simply a figment of his imagination!
People believe in love at first sight. Here is the first Sight.
My teenage brother sent me on a vacation
I won a short story competition with this piece of work.
Just something everyone forgets to notice, when we all should before it's too late. Don't let your misconceptions shape your perception of life.
By Addison Hallows
An assassin with pshychotic tendancys simply known as McCarthy, has agreed to perform a hit on a subway thief for $20,000. Easy money for something McCarthy Loves...
Short Story | Updated Jul 5, 2012 | Reads: 5 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
A business woman finds herself trapped on a subway train with a dark past.
This is the story of Oliver, condemned to follow in his fathers footsteps and pursue a career he does not love. Until he meets someone on the subway.
Novel | Updated Feb 7, 2012 | Reads: 3 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
A young man rides the subway at midnight to escape the voices in his head and meets a beautiful girl.
A true love story, Abby and Justin meet online and then in person. A short meetup at Subway turns into a 24 hour date neither will forget.
A seducer like no other, Jocelyn Rhoads is intrigued when her powers don't work on the new kid, Christian Anderson. Ending up falling in love with each other, both of them are too stubborn to admit it. The question is, who'll say it first?
A poem inspired by music by Helen Jane Long.