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August 20, 2017

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Otso Berg is the successor of the deadliest Templar in English history, Alistair McGraw. Otso and his team look through Alistair's life to see how he had a hand in starting the French Revolution and battled the most respected Assassin in French history, Beckard Ghale. Read More

Book / Historical Fiction

August 20, 2017

Reads: 69

Comments: 1

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"The music business is a wonderful business, but you need to learn how to play the game. Learn how to beat the game. Because the business ain't fair. It never was designed to be fair. If you want to be on top, and stay on top, pay attention and pick… Read More

Chapter 14

Book / Historical Fiction

August 17, 2017

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November 4, 1944 Grisha Avilov was a civilian conscripted into the military more than two years ago, soon after the Second Great War began. He never wanted to be a part of it, he didn't want to be a soldier for a war he didn't believe in. All he wanted… Read More

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Arabella has resigned herself to the position of mother and wife, considering herself lucky to be in a much easier life than she had previously known. But there are clouds of war gathering from the North-West as King Ernulf, Prince Louis's half brother, begins to suspect him of eying the… Read More

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This is the story of a man who his father, a king who was killed by his brother. That man was taken when he was a young baby after his dads death. He grew up away from his mother. The man come back to his country when he was a… Read More

Book / Historical Fiction

August 08, 2017

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The short but intense tale of two youngsters trying to survive a semi-fictional world of piracy and violence, where wits, guts and skills are more than required to live. Deckar and Kalia must decide who gets to live, and who has to die, because in this world, the motto "kill… Read More

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Comments: 4

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This is a tale of how the beloved protagonist of the Corliss Chronicles became Prudence Corliss Read More

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"The thing that most impressed me in this chapter was how you showed London to be so different to the other places, more crowded, more impersonal..." Read More

The man in charge of the reconstruction of the city of Mizerikod has been abducted. Hurricane Sandy just ravaged the area, the banks are closed, chaos is everywhere. An investigator is sent down to Haiti to liberate the hostage. The problem is that most people think that this man is… Read More

Book / Historical Fiction

August 04, 2017

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Kathrine DePlean from Kent always enjoyed adventure not that she was supposed to as he was the daughter of an aristocrat. One day she found a box and the rest they say... Read More

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The story happened in ancient China where the son of a great general overcame a lot of obstacls both pysically and mentally and finally grew into a great gentleman. Read More

Book / Historical Fiction

August 03, 2017

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I closed the cover of the book, and climbed onto bed. Finally closing my heavy eyelids. I started falling, into a hole... on and on... it seemed like it never stopped. Read More

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A script I wrote. It tells the story of two fur trappers, Fletcher Harrison and Louis Lafleur, who prior to the War of 1812 are hired by the British Army to kill an American General. Both good men, neither want to kill a man, but only agree for the women… Read More

Book / Historical Fiction

July 15, 2017

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They say southern gentility is the heart of the American South. Unfortunately that's not the case in Southern Conquest. Behind the Spanish Moss trees, grand mansions and tea sipping conversations lie deceit, lies, sex and murder. Reviews and constructive criticism is welcome. Read More

Chapter 8

Book / Historical Fiction

July 15, 2017

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I wrote this Freshman and Sophomore year in high school - back when I became attached to my older brother's "cool" video game. Sorry, Riot. I tried to make my creation a bit more educational (and a lot less organized). Hope you enjoy it Read More

Chapter 5

Book / Historical Fiction

July 15, 2017

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I wrote this in study hall during the fall of my senior year of high school, hope you enjoy. Read More

Reads: 288

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With a history dating back from before the fall of Rome, The Daughters Of The Locust are a school of assassins that bring in young girls to train them to be the most ruthless people alive. All goes well for the Daughters until they find a girl with a blacker… Read More

Book / Historical Fiction

June 29, 2017

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This story can also be found at www.lilybedson.com where there is a gallery of pictures supporting the text. Read More

Reads: 649

Comments: 15

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Four years after the second world war, Germany launches an unexpected attack on all sides of North America in an attempt to wipe them out in one strike. Mexico fell immediately, but Canada and U.S.A stood their ground, surrounded, out numbered, unprepared, but that they didn’t give up. They pushed… Read More

Book / Historical Fiction

June 20, 2017

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Murcheson County, a sweeping tale of four families who settle on Georgia’s frontier in the early nineteenth century…their triumphs and sorrows, their frailties… and of the best and worst of the human spirit. Maureen O’Steen escapes the ravages of Ireland’s Potato Famine only to encounter bitter discrimination in Boston. Her… Read More

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11/22/63, 12:29 PM. Dealey Plaza, Houston, Texas With the presidential motorcade in his sights, he pulls the trigger and takes the shot. As chaos erupts on the street below, an almost inconspicuous assassin flees the 6th floor of the Texas School Book Depository. He doesn't know it yet, but come… Read More