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Lost within…. A pitch black forest Surround by cages To keep things trapped in. Read More

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27 months in the life of a Peace Corps volunteer in the country of Turkmenistan. Read More

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Eighteen-year-old Teony Fadeaway wakes up in a hospital room with no recollection of the events that transpired during the last three days. He discovers that his lifelong friends Robert Greene and Selena Singleton as well as he himself had been involved in a terrible accident that should have killed them… Read More
Tales of Love, Murder, and Kebabs in the Bangladeshi town of Shavar. These were written roughly 10 years ago, three months into training during my Peace Corps service in Bangladesh. If any Bangladeshi reader feels offended, please go ahead and feel offended, but do realize it's a fictional work, and… Read More
The real story of my Dad, the 16 year old Marine Read More
An overseas marine rifle company is rocked by a roadside IED and forced to shelter in an abandoned home, awaiting any kind of help. While shoved into tight quarters from a raging storm, the four surviving men begin to question their morals and ethics, often lashing out at each other.… Read More

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*The second part to Dont Forget To Remember Me* After a year and a half Bailey is just getting into her new job as a Mother, a Marine’s girlfriend, and a tattoo drawer. Taylor being deployed and the mystery guy still in the back of her mind, she has a… Read More

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Can a friendship turn into something more? Bailey Williams is an 18 year old marine brat with more strength then you can even imagine. After watching her father leave since she was little and having to fight for her life as well can change a person. But the one person… Read More
If you do not know who the ANZACs are there are the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps. they fought in the 1st world war. Every year on the 25th of April Australia and New Zealand remember the sacrifices and bravery of those men and women who laid down their… Read More

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Libby is a Defence Force kid. All the guys in her family have served the ADF (Australian Defence Force.) she was always set on becoming an ADF wife just like the rest of her family, but when her father is in Afghanistan, he is injured by a roadside bomb and… Read More

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Ryan Banks life isn’t easy. It never was. Not from when she was born prematurely with her brother TJ, to every time her father leaves with the United States Marine Corps. Fallow Ryan as she suffers heart break, new love, old love, and pain. Mental and Physical. ***This is the… Read More

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Shannon Bradley has always been raised to be strong and faithful having most of the family men being Marines. Now it’s her twin brother’s turn to become a Marine, and she never been apart from him more than two days. How is she going to make it? And what if… Read More

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When i die and when i tell you that i will kill my self,you'll never hear me agan.You will cry and regret it all.I will be alive,but...I will lie.I will hurt you as much as you hurt me.All these years... :( Im sorry.I love you too much!! Read More

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Dave Jefferson is an ex Marine Foot Soldier and Sniper as well as being a high class Science Officer working under officials in Washington. When a deadly Virus breaks out David is sent into the hardest mission of his life. To rescue his family before staying behind alone...in the city...to… Read More
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