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Also for a writing course. The aim: To place the character from the first story (02b) into a situation or a place that is frightening, upsetting, or beyond what I am comfortable with. Not sure it hits the mark, but its what came about thanks to the exercise. Read More

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The Booksie Classic House

to be used and thrown away? Read More

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Book / Fantasy

September 06, 2012

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Comments: 24

The Booksie Classic House

Qorinne, school's biggest loner, has a crush on a boy, but her ex-best friend, now the most popular girl in school, is after him too. Both girls possess magical powers, but who will win Alerick's heart? Read More
Chandler Lennox and her best friend Vienna (guess which Vienna though) ;) open another stage concert! What happens after the show? (Yah yah, I put PG only because of the mysterious parts... but eh, anyone could be reading this!) ;) Read More
Andy loves her little brother Kalem more then aything. But he just annoys the crap out of her sometimes. What happens when a normal day in the park turns into a frightening experience? Read to find out. Read More
Many questions remain unanswered about who my father really was before he became the savage animal who abused my mother, my siblings, my self, and countless chemical substances to escape the hidden pains in his head... Read More

Poem / Other

September 14, 2009

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Comments: 9

The Booksie Classic House

this poem is dedicated to the campaigns against women abuse all over the world. love your women and treat them right! Read More

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Comments: 3

The Booksie Classic House

when reading this extract u may start to wonder, why the hell in gods earth did he call it " chicken in the meadow" well for starters. this is only an extract from from the actual novel. but moving on rather quickly, its name was given to the story over… Read More
A school assignment, I thought it was good so I put it up here. Sorry If it's not good.... Read More
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