Booksie Contest Winners

Short Story / Humor

December 12, 2017

Reads: 335

Comments: 7

Likes: 9

Shelves: 4

What do you get when you take a smelly, cranky woman, her fed-up brother-in-law, and two teenage ne'er-do-wells? Maybe, just maybe, the Nativity. Read More

Reads: 343

Comments: 3

Likes: 14

Shelves: 2

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Comments: 10

Likes: 23

Shelves: 11

What goes up doesn't always come back down... Read More

Reads: 677

Comments: 2

Likes: 10

Shelves: 10

After her former master rips off her limbs for betraying him, Lone is saved, rebuilt, and trained under her new master to become a notorious cybotic assassin within the Vo Galaxy, gaining popularity as the infamous Shadow Head-Hunter. This short story is about her first kill. Told in reverse. This… Read More

Reads: 398

Comments: 6

Likes: 16

Shelves: 9

An invitation to the end of the world shakes up a business consultant's worldview. Read More

Reads: 2028

Comments: 19

Likes: 34

Shelves: 26

Catarina Consuelo, witty and willful teen, leads a double life that may kill her. Read More

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"This is a gripping, action-packed story, Joy, and what a heroine... a jump-suited, stiletto heeled Ninja. I found the dark, disturbing central t..." Read More

Essay / Non-Fiction

March 15, 2017

Reads: 204

Likes: 1

Shelves: 1

This is a memoir that I wrote for my AP Language class about a life-altering moment. Read More

Reads: 189

Likes: 1

Shelves: 1

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Comments: 1

Likes: 1

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Things are not often as they appear in this To Kill a Mockingbird essay. Read More

Essay / Non-Fiction

March 18, 2017

Reads: 395

Likes: 2

Shelves: 1

Equality is a prerequisite quality of democracy, along with liberty. There are several dimensions to equality and it has some essential features. These determine the extent of equality. Through this essay, let us explore the extent of equality in India. Read More
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