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Short Story / Horror

August 18, 2019

Reads: 132

Comments: 6

Shelves: 1

The Booksie Classic House

A short story inspired by the cover image and title, both supplied by Booksie member, Designed-Up. Book cover by: Ammad Malik Profile: Designed-Up Portfolio: Read More
Nothing is ever safe, not even happily ever afters. To those in the Delivery Corp., there are three rules:everything is private,fast,cheap. Quincy Darby takes these laws seriously. However, a package from a stranger that can change everything puts her in a battle between the job she holds dear and doing… Read More

Short Story / Other

October 01, 2015

You are in a dark decrepit building, dark, dusty, long been vacated and damned. Someone is screaming. Its either extreme pain or it is fear. You have the ability, knowledge and equipment to help in one context, but not the other. What would you do? Read More
Two guys wake up in an unfamiliar location after being kidnapped by an aspiring sadist. Read More
Lexicon Literary endeavor Alpha Beta Savoring Tastes made suiltable fruitlike Consistancy SugarCane Sweet for the Chosen Known few who adore the exploratory factor at Hand with Pen notations equating the Nexus of Skill Balance Scaled weight waiting for delivery Bill of Lading Stating Linguistically Logistically who, what when, where words… Read More

Reads: 384

Comments: 4

The Booksie Classic House

This is a poem about my outlook on "love". If you can understand it , you will also understand the title. Read More
Stories of my day-to-day love/hate relationship with food. Read More
This is my attempt to tell the world what I'm all about. I'm just going to write what's on my mind and I'm not going to sugarcoat anything. This is my life and I want to give you all of me. I'm a very interesting person and I feel that… Read More

Poem / Poetry

July 29, 2007

Reads: 361

Comments: 2

The Booksie Classic House

The joy and wonder of your first child. Read More
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