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Sometimes God gave us the opportunity to be a protagonist of many miracles that make a dream come true. This is a short story that summary 15 years of my daughter's life. She passed her whole childhood condemned to a sure death, but she survived because God made it… Read More

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It may not be pleasing to some but nevertheless the South Vietnam War is an integral part of American history, it is however a history shrouded in movie and novel inspired myths. The real images of that war, images which spawn a veteran’s nightmares and post-traumatic stress disorder stick in… Read More
This manuscript is an autobiography. While I am only 37 years old, I have had a lifetime of interesting experiences. I grew up in Europe. My parents were in the military. I talk about my experiences growing up. Then I joined the military. I was a nuclear missile commander. I… Read More

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I grew up in an abusive home and therefore it was never on the cards that I'd go on to become a professional hotel pianist, traveling the world and playing in some of the very best hotels. It was even less predictable that I'd one day play in the presence… Read More
Bored one late summer night, I almost fell asleep staring at my phone's wallpaper, a picture of my current girlfriend. Then out of nowhere, it hit me: man, I sure have a strange love life. So I decided to write about where it is now. Unless things drastically change I… Read More

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When I dropped out of university in my final year to pursue a full-time career in art, I knew I was going to lose everything. Little did I know that I was also going to lose my sanity. A lot of people would ask me why I didn’t finish the… Read More

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A work of non fiction under my pen name William Pierce about five brothers and manhood. Read More
Growing up in America's religious "bible belt" South is one thing, but growing up there as a gay teenager is another one all together. Enter the mind of a LGBT activist as she tells the story of how she struggled to break the chains of expectation, hate and discrimination in… Read More
This is a book I wrote more than twenty-five years ago. It was accepted for publication but things got in the way and I was unable to complete the editing process. For years the original manuscript - that's it on the right - was lost and forgotten. Then when de-cluttering… Read More

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This follows on from JAKE'S STORY and will be an on-going feature so keep checking for updates. Read More

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Hi, this is my first writing that I'm very excited about. I worked a while on this and although it's not finished, I'm kinda proud of myself for spending so much time on it. Hope you like it! Read More
Bletchley Park in North Buckinghamshire is the location for World War Two's ULTRA SECRET decoding centre where the German Enigma Code was broken. In the early 1970's I lived in Bletchley Park for three years and have used my time in what was then a teacher training college as background… Read More
It's not a cliche but things were different in my day. Different does not mean better. Read More
This is my book review of the famous autobiography, "I Know Why The Caged Bird Sings" by Maya Angelou. Read More
Since early 2011, I have been writing letters to my future self, talking about my life and my struggles. Since later 2012, I have been recieving them. One minute I could be getting a letter from a lovesick version of me aged 16, the next a pensive 19 year old… Read More

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I want to share my story. You may learn something from me at least so you may not do the same mistakes I did. I hope no one has to go through what I have. Read More

Book / Memoir

November 11, 2016

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one can choose a dress from an apparel store, their best-loved dish at a restaurant and can build a dream house of their choice, but one cannot choose the family they are born into. yet why is it they still can't abandon them? Read More

Book / Other

October 09, 2016

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It was when I turned 14 years old that my life turned a complete 180. Read More

Book / Non-Fiction

September 02, 2016

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A book speaking about the various challenges that we face in life, and how we deal with those challenges and setbacks. Read More

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For the Marine Corps grunts, the Snuffys, in the Southland of Vietnam, Riverine warfare in the Delta region took on many different shapes and forms. The coastal islands, mangrove and nipa-palm swamps, creeks, rivers,the bewildering maze of inland waterways, and the Vietnamese jungle, imposed an extraordinary military challenge. Read More
here i have written my autobiography, hope you guys enjoy Read More
It's description of marital discord. Read More
This is a very brief story of my life, pertaining primarily to how my parents made the decision to put me on adderall as a little kid, and how terribly detrimental that decision became on the entirety of my life Read More

Book / Fantasy

February 03, 2016

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an autobiography with a fictional twist Read More
This book tells the story of my high school years but in a kind of disorganized way in the form of paragraphs recounting thoughts or anecdotes. These chapters are not finished, but a work in progress, one paragraph at a time. Feedback is appreciated! Thanks :) Read More

Book / Humor

October 15, 2015

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A description of the world, by a wonderful, wonderful man. 'A quite extraordinary demonstration of masterful literary genius, by one of the finest young talents of this, or any other, age.' - A reviewer. Read More

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A letter meant for someone, sent to no one Read More

Book / Memoir

September 17, 2015

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The first moment that I realized that something was wrong was when I could no longer hear my elementary school teacher in class. She would be speaking and I had no clue as to what she was saying. Silent Hearer chronicles the story of Marcia S. Shury as her happy… Read More
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