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New York, 1964. In the city that never sleeps, everyone is in shock when President John F. Kennedy is assassinated the year before in November of 1963. When a killer strikes, a young detective Harold Sharp is on the case, in the Swinging Sixties. The prequel to "Razor". Read More
New York, 1978. Rebecca Sharp, the daughter of Detective Harold Sharp, is now a criminal psychologist. When she takes on her new client, M. Marshall Groves, Jr., a young African American on trial for the death of a white man, L. Gary Field, a football player, creates a racial divide… Read More
New York, 1975. After the death of Homicide Detective Carol Parker, Homicide Detective Harold Sharp struggles to live in a World that's seen a lot of death. When he has a new partner, Dana Glass, they investigate a new series of razor deaths in the city that never sleeps. The… Read More
New York. August 12, 1974. In the few days after the resignation of President Richard M. Nixon, another killer stalks the city that never sleeps, as Homicide Detective Harold Sharp, and his partner Homicide Detective Carol Parker, attempt to catch him before it's too late. The fourth crime thriller sequel… Read More
New York, January 5, 1973. Homicide Detective Harold Sharp, and his partner, Homicide Detective Carol Parker, have had their share of homicide cases, until a series of strange murders happen in the city that never sleeps. In the wake of the Watergate political crisis that affects the Nixon Administration, the… Read More
New York, March 4, 1972. Homicide Detectives Harold Sharp and his partner, Homicide Detective Carol Parker have had their share of cases that have almost caused them their deaths, but this time they face an enemy who may end their police lives once and for all. The third crime mystery… Read More

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Poem / Non-Fiction

September 26, 2018

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A poem about the anxiety and self-doubt myself and other writers contend with when writing and sharing our work. Read More

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The thoughts of a man on the verge of committing suicide Read More
This poem is about my cutting. It is kind of graphic so Self-harmers if you get triggered easily be carefully reading or just don't read at all. Read More

Tags: blood, cutting, razor

Poem / Poetry

June 09, 2015

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Poem / Poetry

April 15, 2015

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Take caution before reading, this contains self-harm Read More

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Kinda graphic, could be triggering. This was written not too long ago during one of my low points. Read More
this is how i feel now more than ever... Read More
Another thing I wrote, it's somewhat a continuation of "Derail - Birth". Comment telling me what you think, feedback is always appreciated :) Read More

Poem / Young Adult

September 06, 2013

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THis Is My Very First Poem x3 Please Tell Me If You Like It or Not :3 Enjoyy. Read More

Tags: suicide, etc, razor

I close my eyes forver, or not? Read More
A story I wrote a few months ago about a young man's suicide attempt. I do not believe this to be the best work I could have written, but I found this story a blast to write, and I hope it is just as fun to read as it was… Read More
Comment's & Feedback welcome :) x Read More

Tags: sad, skin, cut, self_harm, razor

A piece of writing based on true event's Read More
This is an idea I had for a video game in which the main weapon in the game is a razor blade kept in the main character's wallet. As you can imagine, it is a stealth action game that focuses slightly more on the stealth than the action. Let me… Read More

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Just a brief something or other about what goes on in my little messed up head. PTSD will be the death of me. Read More
The final scene of Johnny Depp and Tim Burton's version of Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street with my idea of what drove Benjamin Barker to become Sweeney Todd. Barker's dark past leads him to a violent future that strips him of everything that he has ever loved.… Read More

Short Story / Other

December 17, 2012

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"The Red Sea" Is a short story about a young women battling to get out the darkness inside of her. She will go to any extremes possible to get "the badness" out. This story does include self harm which may be triggering to some people. Read More
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