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Goddess of The Rainbow is a very Greek story involving the rain, and how flooding changes us, moves the finger of fate, and causes us to reflect on our lives. A series of short stories, they all happen in the Greek town of Orestiada. Stories which simultaneously interlink and… Read More
A sacked CIA accounts analyst wants to make it big - as a writer. There may be worse things - working for the CIA was one of them. But the road to any literary fame is marred by his hellish artistic lifestyle and his main companion - cocaine. And the… Read More

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Shelves: 1

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In a falsely utopian society, the Vadil controls everyday life. Read More

Short Story / Humor

October 02, 2018

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Comments: 2

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Warning, blues! Read More

Tags: satire, politics

It's not easy being a sentient skeleton mage; especially when you have pesky, adventuring heroes break into your lair all the time. Cover by Markie Bee: https://www.booksie.com/users/markie-bee-223538 Finished book: https://www.booksie.com/511617-necromancy-for-dummies Read More
A low level politician sells his soul to the devil to become President of the United States. Read More
A quiet young man's peaceful life is interrupted by two troublesome and noisy individuals who move into the neighborhood. Read More

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Comments: 6

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“What you think and what you say are filtered by societal norms, but what if there was no verbal filter to the thoughts that you were thinking, only pure transparency for better or worst”…..Anonymous Read More

Tags: humor, satire, comedy

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"This is quite funny, a dry humor that most coffee shop frequenters can appreciate. Great read. " Read More

This is a satire about commas and their misuse. I hope you appreciate how hard I had to work to misuse every comma in this piece :P Read More

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Comments: 30

Shelves: 14

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It's not easy being a sentient skeleton mage; especially when you have pesky, adventuring heroes break into your lair all the time. Cover by Markie Bee: https://www.booksie.com/users/markie-bee-223538 Read More
A new App enables people to order a superhero to come save them. Read More
Two couples get together for drinks, and things don't go well. Read More

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a satire about a corrupted justice system. Read More

Tags: satire

A satire/prediction based on 2016's disaster. Credit goes to RD and VB for the majority of the second and fourth articles Read More

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Chris finds his transition to the afterlife is full of surprises. Read More
Season’s Greetings by Stephen Loomis for Mary Frances L., dear friend, coworker and inspiration One holiday season, Mary complained to me that every year she’d get a shamelessly boastful letter from her sister, full of stuff like, “Well, Suzie got her second Nobel Prize this… Read More

Poem / Poetry

January 26, 2018

Reads: 250

Comments: 1

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Lol lol LOL lawlz.... what are we laughing for? Read More

Tags: satire

Poem / Poetry

December 31, 2017

Reads: 443

Comments: 6

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A satirical view of 2017 Read More
The intrepid canine space explorer Lemuel P. Schwanz visits a planet torn by ideological conflicts. Sequel to OF DOGS AND MEN. Continues in A TAIL OF LOVE. Read More
“A question that sometimes drives me hazy: am I or are the others crazy?” – Albert Einstein Read More
Chapter 3 of Flashman's Son reveals how Baroness Zouche falls in love with Henry Hastings, the 93 year old rogue and cad whose diaries The Flashman Papers were based on. Read More
Chapter 2 of the story about how Flashman's Son does to the 20th century what his father did to to the 19th, bit with better intentions. Read More

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Volume One establishes Flashman’s son on his way to doing to the 20th century what his father did to the 19th, but with good intentions. Read More
This probably the last book I will be uploading to this site, due to too many books already on my page, I will be going on a short hiatus but not too long! But the story is simple consept about changing the ways of light novels, typical protagonist Eiji… Read More
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