Disabled stories, books, poems, and more

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The Booksie Classic House

When Penny Appelby, an Englishwoman, is injured, and in a wheelchair, she travels to Paris, France, where she fears she is seeing her father's ghost. Is she mad? Or dreaming everything? The novel of Seth Holt's Hammer horror classic from 1961. This book is for Sir Christopher Lee, Jimmy Sangster,… Read More
I live in a Federally Owned Housing complex for Seniors. I found that out only recently. There have been abuses and people have discussed them. I was shocked to recognize the effects they describe are the same I have been describing all along in Bugged! The Attempted Murder of The… Read More
Different terms have been used for disabled people in different times and places. Disability or impairment are terms commonly used today. In contexts where their differences are visible, persons with disabilities often face stigma. Gary suffered from a disability. Indeed, he had his two legs amputated. Read More
Circa January 2010; on Autism Read More
About my disability. Read More
Telling a tale of a young individual reminiscing of the mass destruction at the exact spot months from it, Kingdom Come attempts to tackle the emotional side of readers. Read More
A short story of my experience with pain, pseudo-addiction, real full-blown life destroying addiction. My long road back to reality and how I returned from the lowest depths of human depravity to finding and understanding the maxim 'Know Thyself'. Read More
Alen never expected to be rescued. Never by a human at least. But this human is more then what she appears to be. Being rescued more then once by a human can change things. And being rescued by a human with supernatural abilities can change things dramatically. Who is this… Read More

Short Story / Non-Fiction

May 29, 2015

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The Booksie Classic House

I'm broken. Don't look too closely, you won't see it. Read More
These are all original quotes or proverbs that I have made myself. They are all my original ideas and words. Read More
"You know when you get that occasion nightmare? I don't. I get it every second of my life." I live in California with my parents but, they don't understand the suffering of my psychological mind structure. It haunts me as much as it haunts you. Read More
Melony is a girl who is disabled, she lives on an floating island in the sky. She has always wanted to know what is in the outside world beyond the clouds, but with the loss of her parents and recent diagnosis of cancer. Its almost nearly impossible. But for Melony,… Read More
Opinion article written for my A level English Language coursework, about Autism. Read More
In a dystopian future, people born with disabilities are sent to concentration camps under the Evolution Bill. Among these "Mistakes" is a deaf man taken from his family, who has given up on society beyond the barbed wire fence. That is, until a young boy arrives at the camp. Sometimes,… Read More

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The Booksie Classic House

A not so good poem that i wrote when i was slightly pissed off and slightly pissed! Read More
Mentally challenged Flora is Ruby's sister. The world has suddenly turned crazy. Flora burns a bible, and the armed forces are hunting her down. Ruby fears that Flora will be killed, despite her not even knowing what a bible is. Flora is turned into the forces by her own Mother,… Read More

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The Booksie Classic House

"What if survival of the fittest means the fit doesn’t always survive?" With the threat of her brother falling into a comma without Insulin Rachel, her brother Holden, and her close friend Layla find themself among a group of individuals who were once classified as handicapped but now call themselves… Read More
The first ever study in Arabic on the topic of the prosecution of the disabled people under the Nazis. Read More
Anna, a nurse takes on a new job. She is to care for Mr Raab, a quadruple amputee. A charming and interesting man, with many stories, and a past that will come back to haunt Anna. A nightmare that she could never have expected. Read More
yes I know it is misspelled that is on purpose, you see i am Dyslexic. This is the very abbreviated story of my life with Learning Disabilities and what they mean to me. AWARD WINNING WORK. Worth a read Read More
Aaron and I were hanging in the mall just minding our business . We found a shop which looked interesting so we decided to go in. Suddenly, the shop owner shouted... Read More
Half an hour and a bit of imagination and thus this story was born. Please critique it :) Read More

Book / Romance

October 27, 2010

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The Booksie Classic House

Sam is a pretty different person. When she's pushed by her parents to go stay with her aunt for a while, she meets interesting people *especially Mark ;)* and learns a lot about herself and grows as a person in life aanndd love Read More
Tom West was an exceptional soccer player dedicated 100% to the game and training. Cadee Lindsey was a free-spirited, fun loving girl who was determined to let loose and not get tied down. But upon meeting each other, their lives changed drastically. For better and for worse. A lot worse… Read More
A tale of a disabled war vet....learning that life after battle may be more frightening than the war itself... Read More
A Story Of A Boy Who Is Put Into An Asylum. The Humour Is Rather Rough. If Anything Offends You, Don't Bother Commenting. Don't Stereotype In Your Comments. This Was Written By A Girl, Well Done Geniuses. Read More

Book / Flash Fiction

March 08, 2010

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The Booksie Classic House

Gregory Fujimoto is an ex-soldier who comes back from war, to find that life has moved on without him. Changes in his life lead him to reflect on his past, while trying to move on with his life, struggling to keep his sanity. Read More

Poem / Poetry

January 03, 2010

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The Booksie Classic House

Because of a genetic disorder I found myself facing a future in a wheelchair and blind. I would not yield, after years on crutches, many operations, I am left with around 50% vision in one eye and able to walk with just a stick and life is beautiful: my changed… Read More
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