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Living on the razors edge, Giselle Burgman's life is torn apart by her cheating boyfriend. Little does she realise that he is the least of her worries when her long term friend Alex introduces her to his family and a new, darker world. A world of lies, deceit and corruption. Thrown from one...
A former juvenile delinquent Graffiti artist finds his voice and fame through his art
Short Story | Updated Sep 9, 2012 | Reads: 6 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
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...
A memory about the rain
By The Novelist
A nice little poem that i'm proud of. and it rhymes. i don't get a poem that doesn't rhyme except haikus.
Poetry | Updated Aug 13, 2012 | Reads: 91 | Comments: 15 | Likes: 45
The trials and tribulations of four friends. Life isnâ€™t what you expect, it has its ups and downs, twists and turns. Kennedy and Robert are total opposites but best friends, you have to be when youâ€™re twins. When Kennedy discovers her best friend is in an abusive relationship,...
Novel | Updated Aug 5, 2012 | Reads: 8 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 1
This story is set in the near future or perhaps on an alternative Earth where strange things start to happen young adults who find puberty to be more horrific than most.
From the urban Legend. I know some of you have read it, but I wanted to write it on my own publishing thing for those who haven't read it yet, here's your chance! :)
Short Story | Updated Jul 6, 2012 | Reads: 28 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 0
On a routine neighborhood watch, Martin Stevenson rescues a woman, who is also not exactly what she seems.
Novel | Updated Jul 6, 2012 | Reads: 13 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 3
This story is more of a biography, if you will. I have always struggled to survive in modern urban society, I find it a grey, daunting and scary place â€“ of which it is and can be. But, I tried to illustrate in this short cluster of words, how even though urban life is hard, tough and...
By Bert Broomberg
A man gets dragged into the collecting craze his friend experiences, culminating in a stupid scheme to earn a lot of cash very quickly.
A steamy shower, gets really hot.
A young African-American girl struggles to break free from the cycle. "The Way Things Were" is an engaging memoir directed towards recounting the life of an urban teen who eventually manages to rise above the stereotypes.
A new spin on little red ridding hood.
All my studies on this enitity will go in here.
Miscellaneous | Updated Apr 29, 2012 | Reads: 6 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0