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Book / Romance

June 12, 2017

Reads: 326

Shelves: 1

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Daemons have been aiding writers, artists, and other brilliant minds for thousands of years. Who knew they were still in business? When aspiring novelist Emma Mallory hits a roadblock in her book and in her love life, a blue haired Daemon dubbed Rain swoops in to claim Emma as her… Read More

Tags: adult, girl, writer, daemon, nyc

Article / Non-Fiction

December 15, 2016

Reads: 104

Comments: 1

Shelves: 1

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An account of negligence. Read More

Reads: 73

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About the New York Young Adult Internship Program. Read More

Tags: youth, nyc, yaip

My experience with social services in New York. Read More
A seemingly ordinary girl with a mysterious past, a dark bar in the slums of New York and a series of coincidences that throw her in the pit of chaos that she sought to escape. A young man, broken and alone, an outcast of society and a conversation that leads… Read More
aimee is a nursing student and has been dating taylor for years. after a really hard day of clinical, taylor surprises aimee with a plane ticket to new york city for their anniversary. a love short story showing just how tender a love between two girls can be when you… Read More

Reads: 17450

Comments: 42

Shelves: 9

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A Jazz Age tale of love and the quest for home. Read More
I walked into Starbucks, and saw a very peculiar man. He was sitting in the seat beside the window, doing the oddest thing I’ve seen in a while. He was smiling at the passing costumers, no phone in his hand, no laptop sheathed in a bag. He did, however, have… Read More
A writing exercise I had where there is a Thing: a swing set, a Place: Statue of Liberty, a Character: Narcoleptic man Read More

Poem / Non-Fiction

May 09, 2016

Reads: 169

Shelves: 1

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The poem of someone who may have been in that situation who has not lived to tell the tale. Dedication to the lives of who had died during 9/11 Read More
A beautiful, perfect stranger on the subway... Read More

Tags: romance, woman, subway, nyc

Book / Horror

November 04, 2015

Reads: 293

Comments: 1

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Natalie leaves her quiet life in Iowa and travels to New York City for a fresh start. In no time at all she has an apartment, plenty of friends, a job and a possible romance. Little does she know the life she now leads belonged to someone else before they… Read More

Reads: 346

Comments: 1

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Memoirs from the Stars tells the tale of two close friends and the lives they lead, and how they become tangled and confused; lives of love, loss and tragedy. But can they find happiness? Read More

Reads: 141

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Adding to Book Chapter 2, Part 1 Tagger Read More

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Chapter 1,Part 4: Tagger Read More
Rita never imagined that someone from New York City would move to the same small town in Iowa where she is living. She knows Travis and in NYC, he belonged to a gang. Rita wants nothing to do with Travis because her father just happened to be killed by a… Read More
Katie Williams went from a small town life in Maine with a great loving family...to a great big city life in N.Y.C with just her and her mom. She never imagined her life like this. One year ago, she certainly didn't see her where she is now. She hates her… Read More
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Book / Fan Fiction

July 26, 2014

Reads: 239

Comments: 1

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Four friends from childhood grow up and succeed education with high impressive knowledge and then after graduating university, they decide to get a job and becoming involved of a #1 private company in NYC and realize what they could accomplish. Read More

Reads: 143

Comments: 2

Shelves: 1

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This is a summary of experiences from living in NYC Read More

Tags: life, memoir, york, diary, nyc, diego

Reads: 268

Comments: 4

Shelves: 1

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The tragedy of 9/11. I recently went to the city of New York, and went to the world trade center memorial. The visit has largely impacted my life. I just want to give the dead a tribute. I want to tell you how almost 3000 people died in one day. Read More

Miscellaneous / Other

January 21, 2014

Reads: 99

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Again no necessary reason why i write these things. Read More
Why do you want to fit in when you were born to stand out? Why do you want to stand out when you were born to fit in? Reflection of a 20 something about singularity. Read More

Book / Young Adult

September 06, 2013

Reads: 142

Comments: 2

Shelves: 1

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"They say the most talented artists are ones with an inescapable pain, pain that dwells deep within their soul, pain that just keeps feeding and feeding itself, pain that will follow them to their graves. Well... I guess I'm going to be the best musician there is." Two broken and… Read More

Reads: 157

Comments: 1

Shelves: 1

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Addison Bingham's life has more twists in it than a dance routine, and she can hardly keep up. When she finds herself stuck in Chesnee, South Carolina via NYC, her life changes more than just her zip code. After a few mix ups that get her mistaken for being a… Read More
A sarcastic story about what happens when 2 writers meet up in Brooklyn to work on a script & they are interrupted by a confused woman. Read More

Tags: nyc

Reads: 95

Shelves: 1

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Monologue: For Bramley, Mae West was more than just a short-term love affair. (A paralleled monologue told from his NYC apartment.) Read More

Tags: nyc

An annoying funny day spent in a spiritually inspired class with a major lesson to be learned. Told in the most sarcastic way possible. Read More

Tags: nyc

Reads: 93

Shelves: 1

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city poem Read More

Tags: people, silence, nyc

Two mobsters have a discussion on their way to dinner, they discuss business, politics, and eggplant. WARNING: Contains strong language, whiners beware. Read More
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