1920s stories, books, poems, and more

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New York, 1924. Twenty-two year old Emily James is a young lady during the Roaring Twenties, New York. When she meets Charles Baxter, a rich man of means, their romance causes a lot of problems. Read More
Part One of the Hazel Williams Trilogy After failing to entice a detective to take her case, Hazel Williams stubbornly disguises herself as a maid and wriggles her way into the underground, mafia-infested speakeasies of 1920's New York City. Trying to find her sister, and thinking Lacy… Read More
The last person Grace needs to fall in love with is a police officer, especially since she breaks the law every day. Running a speakeasy wasn’t her first choice, but making money is. With the price of hooch at an all-time premium, the money is more than enough to… Read More

Poem / Poetry

March 26, 2018

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Shelves: 1

The Booksie Classic House

A poem about one of the best family members I have ever had. Read More
Set in the aftermath of the golden days, a young woman searches for a job in the big city. Things go seemingly well, until she finds out that she is cast as the understudy. What ever shall she do?... Read More
a young girl has lost her father, but how did the 'accident' happen? Read More
It is 1922. I am the owner of the Diamond Hotel in Brooklyn. This is my story. And the story of Jack Gray. Read More

Reads: 22989

Comments: 42

Shelves: 9

The Booksie Classic House

A Jazz Age tale of love and the quest for home. Read More

Book / Romance

January 14, 2016

Reads: 1301

The Romance House

Sometimes all you can do is wait. Healing takes time, right? Would you rather be a prisoner of your own body, or dead? A tale of two legs, and where they're going. ~Inspired by Tarsem's The Fall and my own experiences recovering from back surgery~ Read More
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