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Kenneth Blackmore was once the shining beacon of the NYPD. After an operation which went horribly wrong, he finds himself down on his luck, having severed ties with the police. A phone call from his old police partner changes everything and soon Kenneth finds himself entangled in a web of… Read More
This is the first chapter of my ongoing first novel. It is just meant as a teaser opening to the book to attempt to get feedback on my writing style and the feel of the novel as it stands. Read More
This is a work in progress; a short story of a mother's internal struggle. It isn't completed, so any feedback would be appreciated. Thank you for reading! Read More
Stephen has admired Samantha for years. The time has come to make her his-one way or the other. Read More
This is merely a raw draft i have written and would like to share (mostly with my dear friend Amy Wong). Read More
Everyone speculated about how the world was going to end but what if it was ending and you didn't know how or why. A group of young adults end up entwined in dealing with the shadows. For their safety, and those of the ones they love. How much can each… Read More
This is a free writing sample of either a group of short stories or a novel. My goal is to do 100 words a day and eventually make something out of what I have written. Read More

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The Booksie Classic House

It is a work in progress. I am working on it whenever I have time. So far its been several Acts. it all started years ago when I've been asked by my German language teacher to write something at elast three pages in German so I could pass that year,… Read More
Working draft - will edit online. All critique welcome!***** Remember what it was like when you were young? School days or summers riding your bike? Spend time with young Lalli and revisit your own childhood. Follow her to the horse farm or the playground or to the tree with the… Read More
Booksie 2020 Flash Fiction Writing Contest

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