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By Georgina V Solly
An ex-convict helps others to have a Happy Christmas and everyone is a winner.
A poem about failure and heartbreak. Hope you enjoy :)
By Emera Kat
It all started with people cheering for their baseball team.
There was a thought, and I let just let it flow
In a form of a poem.
Winning requires determination and action.
Cliff and Andrew don't see eye to eye inside or outside of court. Meanwhile Heather has things go her way by 'sinking' a cruise company.
A monologue I made in 2013, never git the chance to post it.
We all have a goal, a dream, some illusion we aspire as much as we breathe. Yet we never remember the words our loved ones say, never truly listen to what is right to follow. In this piece,I present to the readers around the world...
A semi-rant about...lots of things.
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Just the short poem........
By The Bronc Writer
Reflections on Love and Gladiators
Good to Her is a historical literary novel set against the backdrop of the famous New York City restaurant, Dinty Mooreâ€™s, which stood at the corner of 46th Street just off Broadway for some 50 years.
Enlivened by the irascible character of the restaurantâ€™s real-life proprietor,...
Sylvia Soong, a young Chinese woman, finds herself in a rusty-tin roof town of West Africa, where the jungle meets the savannah and spirits cavort in baobab trees. In 1972, she marries Winston Soong, an aid worker on his way to Africa.
But life in Africa is not the adventure she imagined....
This weeks short story contest theme is
This is the contest results of the apocalypse survival contest. Thank you so much for getting the contest featured on the front page of booksie!
I hope everyone who contended will keep the apocalyptic genre healthy and alive by posting new content. Thanks again!
By P Roscoe
Echoes is set in Shropshire, England moving between present day and 15th century when Henry Tudor claimed the throne. There were many casualties of war, but some refuse to be forgotten.