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A short story about a man suffering from the loss of his family twenty years ago and his own loneliness over those years.
By Kellie Wallace
Noah is an angel whose job relies on collecting human souls who arenâ€™t ready to leave their vessels. To his brothers Michael and Gabriel, he is just another rookie, earning his arch angel wings. When Noah catches an earth bound demon in his form stealing a soul, he is sent back to Heaven...
By John Woodcock
THE WALLACE CONNECTION
A CRIMINAL PLOT
IN VERSE, SCENES MONOLOGUES
Music & Songs
Andrew Daniels is a cop. A detective, who lost everything. His partner, his love, memory at one point. But when he decides to investigate a case involving a nearby college, will he be able to keep his hands off the girls? Or keep himself from fights with ex boyfriends and current husbands? Just...
After England's economy collapses, they will do anything to get it back on track. Coming up with a plan to go back in time, England ends up taking over the world. Losing the world to Atlantis, people in another timeline send a robot back in time to stop England and save everyone.
By Armen Melikian
At turns heartbreaking and diabolically funny, Journey to Virginland is an avant-garde tour de force, delivered by a master storyteller.
The protagonist, a loutish and uber-cerebral antihero known simply as Dog, takes on the challenge to navigate the perilous paradigm shifts of our age,...
Almost a Military based story... based on futuristic Military Units.
Consists of the good and the bad. Operation Liberty is a group of well trained soilders fighting for good and trying to get rid of the Iron Alliance.
*If you read this first chapter and are interested in it, please leave a...
It's a verse to 13 Ways to Look at a Blackbird by Wallace Stevens. You can read this on the second page.
Poetry | Updated Apr 12, 2010 | Reads: 18 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 2
An essay I did for history about William Wallace.
Poetry about a pristine moment in time between two lovers.
This is a true story. I changed the names around a bit, just for security reasons, but it's all true.
It happened to me in 3rd grade. A new girl came to our class. Her name was Grace. And she wasn't normal.