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Living Nightmare is a dark, story about a town called Edwinville, and the cruel merciless men who live there. If you like noir films, you'll probably like this novel. Read More
Enter the mind of the pianist, who is the best in Europe, and experience the struggle he faces after an incident. In terms of genre, I honestly do not know where to put it so I just categorised it as literary fiction. This is a short story I wrote quite… Read More
Anna is alone in the big old house. What is it that has woken her? Read More
The narrator finds himself confronted with assorted characters from his past. Is there an explanation? Read More
An emotionally disturbed man has a visit with a therapist. Dialogue driven. I suck at titles. Read More

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A short trip through three decades starting in 1970. Read More
A kite that once belonged to Jimi Hendrix is on sale for £27. What is the story behind it? Read More
'I am going to write a story that ends with the word harmonica,' she says. 'And I am not going to mention harmonica until that point.' What does she mean? Read More
A serious case of time disorientation, but what does this mean? Are all those scientists right about quantum theory? Read More
The story tells a conservation between a mother and her daughter and their struggles to move on from the past. Read More
You find yourself in Cornwall, England and nothing is what it seems. Is there an explanation? Read More
The beginning of a short story I haven't finished writing. I cannot seem to find where else to take it, but I think I've got a good start and I would love to know what y'all think of it. Read More

Poem / Poetry

January 27, 2015

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This poem is going to be a part of a collection of poetry titled "Dissonance." I hope you enjoy and I know that poetry isn't for everyone. "Wild Things" Read More

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The protagonist finds himself in a quiet backwater that seems years behind the times. What is happening he wonders? Why is he there and how can he escape? Read More
A life long loser with the innocence of a small child suddenly snaps, taking out anyone who hurts him. Read More
This is the mysterious and interesting story of the fading life of Red Broadchurch. This is a work in progress, join me on this journey, read, and comment. Cheers. Read More
The reader is thrust into a dialectic of ill humor, alcohol, and a dynamic tone that slowly reveals the truth of the situation at hand, ending after a series of flashbacks through the eyes of the protagonist's brother. I played around with alternating perspective and tense, and really tried to… Read More

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A toxic romance for all the ages. Teenage love is supposed to be easy, all about dipping your toes in the water and starting to understand what love might mean. No such luck for our protagonist. He falls for a girl he meets by chance, using her workplace as a… Read More
A story of two friends whose love for one another transcends the decades--and pain--that separates them apart. Read More
The unknown is a fearful concept, but can be overcome. We cannot escape it, only find comfort somewhere within it. Take the journey through the great divide of existence, and find where you are. Read More
This story is about a branch who is loved by his family. But sometimes he crosses the limits by fooling of. When he is separated from his family he doesn't know what to do. He relies on his siblings for help. Are his siblings going to help, is he going… Read More

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Comments: 6

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Had problems with your Computer lately? Don't worry you will. They don't last for ever. Read this humorous and apocalyptic take in this short story. Read More

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Comments: 4

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I have always paused to ask myself, what is the scariest monster a human being can dread? Then I realized that our enemy is within our-self. You are your own monster. Read More
First chapter of the novel, A FACE IN THE MOON, by Mitchell Waldman. The narrator of A FACE IN THE MOON, Jack Lohman, is an inexperienced twenty-two-year old, who was recently dumped by his first real girlfriend, and is soon to leave graduate school for who knows what. Enter Loni,… Read More
Sample story from Mitchell Waldman's story collection PETTY OFFENSES AND CRIMES OF THE HEART (Wind Publications), which includes stories of ordinary people engaged in ordinary lives until betrayals, accidents, and misfortune put the puzzles of their weak choices and unfair chance into stark relief, leaving them with a kind of… Read More
This is a blurb about my debut novel, Happy Campers, as well as the brief eighth chapter. Read More

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Comments: 1

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On the surface, 27-year-old Daniel seems to have it all. The looks. The smarts. The amazing girlfriend. The loving family. Deep down, however, he's searching for that big break. That is, the chance to truly make something of himself. When opportunity comes knocking, Daniel finds himself asking one question: was… Read More
I am just another person. I have my story, just as each individual human being on this planet does, but I don't want to be just like every other individual that roams this Earth. We may all have a story, but these stories have become tainted with the passage of… Read More
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