Jazz stories, books, poems, and more

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The Booksie Classic House

A love song inspired by bobby darins "beyond the sea" Read More

Tags: love, romance, moon, stars, jazz

Featured Review by Criss Sole

"Very romantic and touching. I loved the line, "You brighten up the sky like a firefly in late June." Any girl would be lucky to have such pas..." Read More

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The Booksie Classic House

When Carl, an aspiring author, moved into the flat on Edith Grove he had no idea how big an impact his time there would have on his life. The memories of those days would stay with him forever. Read More

Poem / Poetry

January 30, 2019

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The Free Verse Poetry House

In the reverie of Birdland clubs everywhere, there will always be the echo of certain jazz moments unlike any other; those memories of unique musical freedom that stays with us. Charlie Parker, one of the true definitions of jazz. (Image by Leonid Afremov) Read More

Tags: jazz

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The Booksie Classic House

The Gods Wait is a story of how the internet can connect and correlate existences across the world from each other in nonsensical ways. It deals with the changing socio-political landscapes of social media through the stories of many different characters, focusing on a sensitive boy who hits his head… Read More
INTRO: All About Jazz tends to be quiet in the afternoon. After the lunchtime rush, things do not pick up again until the evening. We are a small establishment down a side street on the edge of town. If you were driving along the main road out of town, you… Read More

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The Booksie Classic House

A jazz musician making his way down an Exeter street on a Wednesday morning with a charity shop bag full of bargain books can hardly be blamed for failing to notice that he is being tailed by a tall, thin man in a dark overcoat. Musicians are more accustomed to… Read More
Two strangers pass each other the street. They both have the same urge. Cover is not my own, credit to http://favim.com/image/551060/ Read More

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The Booksie Classic House

Where is the 8:39 train and why are all thses strange things happening, Max wonders as he waits on Churston Stoney station. Read More

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The Contently Deranged Travelers House

This mystery lady walks into my jazz records shop and seems to know a lot about jazz and I am smitten. But who is she and what does she want? Read More
QR codes can take you any where, even to your grave. Read More
Magpies last sudden appearance has got the duo spooked. Read More
Haunted by the appearance of Magpie, Mister Great gets captured by the devious Headmaster Read More
Triple homicide in a quiet English township. What really goes on behind the doors of Town Hall? Read More
When Jazz agrees to housesit for her parents' long-time friends the Chamberlains, she thinks it'll be the easiest money she's ever earned. She soon finds out that the task will be anything but simple, though, when the bomb is dropped that Ryan, the older Chamberlain sibling and her somewhat recent… Read More
The protagonist loses his job following a security breach and he gets down to improving his Charlie Parker repertoire. Read More

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The Booksie Classic House

Started writing this a few hours ago. I'll be honest and say I'm slightly drunk, so if there are any grammatical errors I apologize. I haven't finished the story yet, and I want to tie in the term "No Regrets" with my planned ending. Read it if you like, if… Read More
They say that jazz opens new doors. I wonder if this is what they mean. Read More

Tags: girl, boy, sexual, jazz, room, bed, 967, londn

This is meant to be a jazz song,but I could only write the lyrics,if someone wants to make it into a real song please send me an email before doing so. Read More

Book / Romance

October 12, 2013

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The Booksie Classic House

Katrina Nights, a woman living in New York City isn't living the best life. Her boyfriend, Adrian constantly abuses her, is unemployed, and lives with her in her small apartment. Too afraid to find a new man, Katrina has great difficulty with separating from Adrian. It's only through music that… Read More

Tags: jazz, alcohol, bar, cafe

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The Booksie Classic House

A Poem? Lyrics? Either way, regretful. Read More
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