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Book / Thrillers

December 01, 2019

Reads: 1198

Shelves: 1

The Booksie Classic House

Nicole Gratte is a Frenchwoman, her ex-husband hurt her face, so “successfully” that so many people see nothing wrong in her eyes but she felt her eyes’ itching after years. Reality becomes evil for her as she is painted. She simulated her disappearance without a trace, fleeing to a former… Read More
The following is an article “Where to Stay When in Brittany, France” by Marc Primo Pulisci Brittany is one of those summer getaways in the Emerald Coast where you’d just want to enjoy the stunning beaches and take in the warm sun, while appreciating the glorious infinite coastline. This cultural… Read More

Tags: travel, france

The following is an article “Moliets-et-Maa: An Unforgettable Holiday in South West France” by Marc Primo Pulisci. For those who have not left their comfort zone for some time now, perhaps an unforgettable holiday is the answer to get you up and running. Going on holiday with several sights to… Read More

Tags: travel, france

I don't like war, and yet I was a soldier. There are some things that we have to face while we are on earth; war is one of them. Read More

Reads: 101

Comments: 4

The Booksie Classic House

A free-spirit vs. bureaucracy on an incandescent afternoon. Photo by Matteo Vistocco on Unsplash - (880 words). Read More

Featured Review by HJFURL

"Mmmn! A real man! A real man, controlling a bad woman with his hand! Rare enough these days! I like to be controlled! I like it this way! In Pub..." Read More

Reads: 134

Comments: 2

Shelves: 1

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She was a courier and a gift. Something more, and something less. Image by prettysleepy1 from Pixabay. (850 words). Read More

Featured Review by hullabaloo22

"Is there no end to the way humans can be made more-than or less-than human, depending on your point of view. Chilling in its plausibility, Adam." Read More

Our little nation was never happy about nuclear testing in the South Pacific. Here's why. Read More

Tags: usa, france, nuclear

Mexico and Belize, Central America. Read More
All the creative liberties made to make this short story were done for entertainment purposes only. No harm towards historical accuracy is intended whatsoever. This short story was edited/revised by Gene Santiago. Gevaudan's Monstrosity is only meant to be read by people who are 18 years old and above due… Read More
In 1969, at the height of the Cold War, historians Adrian Coombe and Tulpe Vellum are cruising down the Rhine in search of mediaeval artefacts for their University. Eccentric Carolingian Judge von Metzenburg persuades them to take him immediately to the Black Forest Frankenrichter Court House in exchange for valuable… Read More

Poem / Other

February 03, 2019

Reads: 96

Shelves: 1

The Booksie Classic House

For another great redhead in my life. Read More

Reads: 850

Comments: 8

The Booksie Classic House

I've decided to re-issue my novel, Wanderlust. This is the near-final version which will eventually be published. Be advised that it may not be completed hear once I am readyh to publish it. Just before that happens, I will remove it once more, but you can then find it on… Read More

Reads: 146

Comments: 6

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A poem inspired by last night's riots in France. Read More

Short Story / Other

November 13, 2018

Tags: france, paris

Another essay for social studies that I wrote... Read More
Two worlds collide in a scene of total normalcy. Read More

Book / Fantasy

April 09, 2018

In a cave, there lived an insane anchorite. Not a sacred cave, filled with few giant stones, nor yet a classic cave with nothing in it to sit down on or to eat: it was an unknown-cave, and that serves as a hiding place for protection. One… Read More
I asked my younger sister to give me a child's poem idea and she came up with the title 'pineapples from france' Read More
this is a great opportunity for people to go to ski in france, and particularly in val d'isère. i will prove it right now! Read More

Tags: travel, france, ski

Essay / Non-Fiction

January 29, 2018

Reads: 434

Comments: 8

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Kind of hard to believe. Read More
A French marching band is forced to work for the Germans after the invasion of their town, causing a rift between the band's members. Read More
I wrote this poem long ago so that the ink is faded upon the paper. Thanks to Booksie, I can now send it up. Read More
Just a little thing I put together. Read More

Tags: war, gun, sniper, france

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