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Flash fiction about an accented aunt and her nieces Read More

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A novella we're working on as an introduction to our Dark Constellation series which is an urban fantasy. Mythical beings exist primarily in the otherworld, but what happens when many of them want to go back to their original home, earth. After all, the Gods put their new favorite beings… Read More
A short/true story of how a single experience at a young age can change everything. Read More
The story of the Connelly family from My Irish Love continues with Liam's story. Liam, the oldest of the Connelly children, faces a surprising future when he falls in love with Fiona, the daughter of his parent's closest friends, Chris and Brianna. Read More
How Alesha, a 23 year old beautiful Irish girl, finds happiness despite putting both feet in it Read More
This is a poem about St. Patrick's Day (originally posted on Facbook 3/9/12); considering green is my favorite color, St. Patrick's Day is my favorite holiday. Read More
Disclaimer: This is a work of fiction. Any resemblance to personal experience is purely coincidental. I'm sure New Jersey is a lovely place Read More
One of 18 current reviews on Dancing to an Irish Reel's page! Read More
Phoenica Rising (Keeper of Light) Book One. A Celtic, mystical, fantasy, adventure story. Phoenica, a shy, sensitive, intuitive girl with a deep love of nature, moves to the West of Ireland and meets Bromia her estranged Grandmother. With Bromia’s help she discovers the mystical City of Juna, located through the… Read More

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A man telling a tale in, or about, The Green Dragon Tavern; poetic license was used, a lot, LOL The picture is of a drawing of the "Green Dragon" Tavern, Union Street, Boston, Mass. Read More

Tags: humor, poem, irish, dragon, pub

Life is confusing for seventeen-year-old Billy. Like any good Protestant lad from Ulster, he believes in God...but questions why the Prodestants and Catholics are killing each other in his name. Still a Virgin, he likes the idea of sex-no worries there-but hasn't quite figured out whether he's more attracted to… Read More
This isn't a story about the beauty of a country, the bravery of a man, or the discovery of romance. It's a story about the hopeless. It's a story about the dangers of normalcy and, the finding of worth. Eoin Bayliss is a normal teenager who is searching for the… Read More
In this episode Andrew goes to a strip club against his will. Read More

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Contest price about holidays.I chose st. Patrick's day obviously.tell me what you think people. I hope you enjoy my piece. Read More
This is a tale of gambling and sports. Maybe even historically accurate, who knows? Read More
Romeo Maskey's Endless Journey Beyond is a collection of poems that depicts the writer's every day struggles through the urban civility and materialism to love and tragedies in life and many ways life itself. Finding solace in literary expression through poetic verses, the writer construes his every day tantrums filled… Read More

Poem / Fantasy

July 20, 2013

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"Dream" -Irish Gaelic Read More
This book is about the story of three Irish immigrants that struggle to find a new life in their new home, America. Read More
Give it up for America's sweethearts, I must confess Read More

Tags: irish

Love is a mystery. It comes out of nowhere like a tornado, and steals your heart. Love can be evil, but it can also be sweet. When love comes, it may leave at any time. It may only last for a few hours. Read More

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The Irish are known for their humor and wit. Having been blessed with several Irish friends, I can attest to this. I love the Irish vernacular and especially Irish slang. This poem is my attempt at Irish humor and loosely based on a joke I once heard. I wrote this… Read More
I have written a 10,000 word novella, titled “The Dainty”, set in 1969 Detroit; One day in an Irish Pub, and that day is Christmas Eve. The dysfunctional denizens of The Dainty plow through a fierce snowstorm, cocktails, and their personal baggage as Christmas Eve plays out before them. Read More

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Catriona. The Irish form of Catherine. Meaning pure and clean in Greek. But this is anything but what 15 year old Catriona is. For one, she isn't Irish, she's American. Also, she isn't pure at all. She's does everything you wouldn't want her to do. Peircings almost everywhere on her… Read More
As I walked round the corner of the lane, the overcast grey clouds that had been threatening to spill rain for the past few hours started rolling in. Great. Just perfect. I sighed. It was going to rain. I walked onto the beach, taking a shortcut that I often use.… Read More
To some adults and most kids they believe in fairies but, some are skeptical about the existence of the fairy-folk. The history of Ireland is so ingrained with the legends and history of the fairy-folk they believe and quite offended see them running about the town or forests. Which in… Read More
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