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A review of Stephen Fay and David Kynaston's joint biography of two legendary figures in cricket commentary. Read More

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Gold or Silver? One represents achievement, success, wealth, and power, while the other is a passive mockery of someone who just felt short of. Step one to reaching the former, be rid of your heart for compassion is nothing more than a weakness, a chip in the system. For Silver… Read More
Hey Everyone. For the general use of Booksie, I have written fictional stories in hopes to inspire and entertain others. Although I have always wanted a place to express my opinion of different forms of entertainment media. So I hope you enjoy and whether you agree or disagree with my… Read More
The Introduction to the News Site under construction at SP CIE website. Features local and regional news, journalism, and travel writing, with essays, articles, interviews, politics, and highlights of the Sacramento Delta, in blurbs and longer posts. Features news on Housing issue. Read More
A brief article of journalist Benjamin Harris and the first newspaper printed in America titled "Publick Occurences Both Foreighn and Domestick." Read More
After the tragic death of Marina's close friend, she finds herself spiraling into a depression fueled by the loss of the one closest to her and her faltering grades. Given an unlikely second chance, she is desperate to turn herself around. Read More
This is a short piece about a great writer and great man, and a friend, who was murdered for his words. Read More
My journey to a Video Game tournament and the events that occur before, during, and after Read More

Book / Science Fiction

September 20, 2015

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Comments: 7

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Jason Kilbourne is a college student with a fund to do anything in the galaxy. So, what other way to use it than by going to the fronts of the war? Set in the universe of Timao's Raid and Echo, in Aquarius. This will likely be more a novella than… Read More
An ordinary crime reporter finds herself in dark after the sudden and mysterious disappearance of her fiancé, which leaves her alone with only one, small note- Codename 6042. Read More

Book / Romance

November 01, 2014

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Comments: 284

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What if the person you were meant to be with was always a step behind you? If you led separate lives, and left it up to fate, would they be more or less likely to entangle? Alanis and Arian are about to find out as they embark on a love… Read More
A young journalist faces the story of her life when she finds out the victim is closer to her than she ever imagined. Read More
An article I wrote about an interesting but fucked up story I read in the news. It's not important or objective journalism by any means. Read More
A warning goes out for residents of three counties to avoid coming in contact with the water in their town which can lead to drastic results if they do. Read More
The same people who thought that the US was spying on it's citizens, who believed Nixon wire-tapped Watergate, the people who want the truth behind the JFK conspiracy, are now the threat to democracy, according to BBC. See my thoughts. Read More
The life of a young man is told in this story of his low times in an exciting city to him meeting the lovely Evelyn Thorne, who teaches him more than he could have ever wished to know about adventure and love. Read More
The Final Cartwheel is the story of a young doctor’s return home, after a five-year hitchhiking odyssey around the world. Through East Asia, Indonesia, and around the Antipodes, the circle becomes unbroken. Read More
Brian has a serious case of stage fright, Can Keith and the boys cure him before the band plays an upcoming gig? Enjoy! Read More
He is an actor, she works behind the scenes. He is an athlete, she is a journalist. He is a class clown, she is shy. He was born in January, and she was born in September. He is popular; she has a few close friends. They are BOTH Juniors in… Read More

Book / Travel

October 05, 2012

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In the summer of 1980, a maverick young doctor gave it all up, to hitchhike around the world. The first part of his odyssey took him through South America and up through Africa, accompanied by his mythical hunter companion, Orion. His vision quest continued around the second cartwheel of the… Read More
In the summer of 1980, a maverick young doctor gave it all up, to hitchhike around the world. The first part of his odyssey took him through South America and up through Africa, accompanied by his mythical hunter companion, Orion. Between the Cartwheels is the sequel to that cartwheel, his… Read More

Book / Travel

September 01, 2012

In the summer of 1980, a maverick young doctor gave it all up, to hitchhike around the world. The first arc he carved with his thumb stopped a little red pickup that took him over the horizon. Like his mythical hunter companion, Orion, he was on a vision quest, propelled… Read More
Nothing is sweeter than love. But, what if it failed? Broken? Read this heart-touching poem about a harsh break of two lovers. Will they be together again or not? Read More
Birmingham. Delano. Chicago. Kent State. War. The Environment. Worker Exploitation. Hippies. Yippies. Cops and politicians. People were singing. People were marching. People were protesting. The news media reported, editorialized, lampooned, misreported, and scornfully dismissed the new social movements forged from alienation. And then the revolution of the 1960s evolved into… Read More
American Journalism students on a study abroad trip to Australia find a story. A very, very big story that wants to melt their flesh and chew on their bones. Read More
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