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The Booksie Classic House

A singer is accosted by a strong boy and robbed of his expensive items. The robber then asks him to sing and pays him with his own "costlies." Read More
The sound of rustling leaves filled the silent void. Read More

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The Booksie Classic House

A traumatised bank teller from the East End, a US postal worker with itchy feet, an Australian fleeing an unforgivable crime, a Kiwi obsessed with body parts, a student yearning for his heritage and a closet poet who has been stuck on the same opening stanza since 1973: Oh! to… Read More
Throughout the “Middle Ages” the Catholic Church was the main form of Christianity in Europe. Because of this the Church amassed a great wealth of economic power and political control within European Nations. On October 31, 1517 Martin Luther attached his 95 Theses to the local Church in Wittenburg calling… Read More
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