Esta historia empieza en el consultorio de un psicólogo, en una ciudad grande. El protagonista de nuestra historia esta acostado sobre el diván del consultorio, y listo para empezar la sesión de terapia de ese día. Es un paciente un poco especial. No hecho de carne y hueso, pero de páginas, páginas y páginas... de papel. ¿Lo han adivinado? Si, se trata de un libro. Con tantos problemas psicológicos que páginas tiene. Este libro se llama “Book”. Book es padre de familia y profesional. Y “las varias caras de” su vida son una gran preocupación, tirado entre sus problemas personales y profesionales. En su vida privada, tiene relaciones complicadas con su mujer, una elegante revista de moda llamada “Vogue”. Y con su hija adolescente y rebelde, “Popstar”, una revista de música pop. En su vida profesional, con su autoritario jefe “Time”, una revista al igual que las demás, pero de actualidad.
This story begins at a psychologist's office in a big city. The story's main character is laying down on the office divan, and ready for the therapy session of the day. Book is a father and a professional. And the many aspects of his life worry him a lot, pulled between his personal and profesional problems. In his private life, he has a complicated personal relationship with his wife, an elegant fashion magazine called “Vogue”. And with his rebellious teenage daughter “Popstar”, a pop music magazine. On the profesional side, with his bossy boss “Time”, a news magazine...
From the published book "Self-extermination. Sounds Like a Plan: Also Includes Give Me a Burger and Hold the Fries and Brain Circus and Soliloquy to My Soul" which is free if you're an Amazon Prime member. The story is about the main character's battle against an eight foot tall homicidal potato. It may possibly get a little strange. Maybe?
Optimysticism is a short story from the point of view of Shams, a homeless youth struggling with love, hunger, realizations, and turning from a miserable one to a content optimist with a better understanding of love and well-being. You can find this short story and review it on goodreads.com
this is the beginning of a character sketch, evolving the new character i'm working on, jasper. there was no prompt, no base storyline for this sketch, but it did help me learn a lot about jasper's character. i recommend this exercise for anyone attempting to write a story or novel.
Hiding is obviously the easiest route when you're labeled a parasite. Even more does it seem when discovered that you're actually the saving grace. While The Council leads a propaganda campaign about a cure, Mela Chasers scour the lands for people of color in hopes of pillaging their melanin. Young Saye has learned that hiding is how one stays alive, and she stands firm in this belief. The unanswered question still exist...if people of color die, how will the melanin survive?
Even as a child, Landyn Lastman had always dreamt of falling in love and a love that lasts forever, a belief that holds him together which he calls the passion particle, however his search for love ultimately leads him to California State Prison for five years.
On the last night of his incarceration and upon the urging of his cellmate, he reluctantly agrees to share his story to prove he was wrongly imprisoned. As he reveals his childhood dreams, triumphs, heartaches, and the once in a lifetime love he could never forget, his story takes a sudden turn and a life all its own that not even the story teller himself could be prepared for, as he becomes a part of the greatest love story that could ever be told.
The ultimate truth
The ultimate hope
The ultimate love
The Passion Particle
It lies within us all.
Part 2 of 2- Nick finally meets the Rancher's daughter. This meeting will lead Nick on to a path that he has never been on. Perhaps our past may never leave us, but our future is the one we wanna welcome, as Nick will soon find out.
A Vomit of Diamonds follows Balzac Bouchard, a first year student at the Australian National University, whose violent curiosity and natural interest in astronomy motivate him to apply for astro camp; a one-week event awarded to ten select candidates.?
AVoD is a long, short story ?full of pizzazz? and physics?; perfect for the reader who can appreciate delusions of grandeur and stomach words such as tensors and geodesics.