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Literary Spotlight

The Sunny Day
by anne27 in Poetry » Narrative


credit card applications as a metaphor
by Mageheart in Poetry » Realistic


The Last Spell - Chapter 4.1
by SilverNight in Novel / Chapter » Action / Adventure


kindred
by spatula in Poetry » Dramatic


LoaMR: Ch.XX: Virchow 1
by MailicedeNamedy in Novel / Chapter » Literature


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  • Short Story » Realistic, General
    Selling happiness

    Huh, life....

    ForeverYoung299
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    12+

  • Short Story » Fantasy, Supernatural
    Angelic Demon

    Celestria had never been a “perfect angel”. Not once in her life. But is falling in love with the demon Draven too much even for her?

    vampricone6783
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    12+ Violence Mature Content

  • Short Story » Fantasy, Supernatural
    The origin of Vampircone6783

    Did you even consider that I’m not human? Has it ever crossed your minds that I am of another species?

    vampricone6783
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    12+ Violence Mature Content

  • Short Story » General, Horror
    Hypoxia

    A renegade rave in 1990s UK turns deadly.

    Glauke
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    16+ Mature Content

  • Short Story » Fantasy, General
    LMS VI: Death

    Today, we learn one story of death.

    WeepingWisteria
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  • Short Story » Realistic, Lyrical
    Burning the Tear Flower

    Slice of life/stream of conciousness. This was just a spurt of creativity, mixed with madness, and sprinkled with my weird style. Hope you enjoy.

    BEASTtheHUN
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  • Short Story » Horror, Other
    The Bakery

    I went to a bakery in Mexico this summer, and it was empty when I walked in. That alone inspired me to write a short horror story. Enjoy!

    Ignorance
    Ignorance -
    12+ Violence Mature Content

  • Short Story » General, Historical Fiction
    Memento Mori

    Insanity abound.

    Fishr
    Fishr -
    12+

  • Short Story » Fantasy, General
    The Sentinel

    A short vignette I wrote as a warm-up. It's about a knight guarding a city.

    Liminality
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  • Short Story » Fantasy, Humor
    The Cute Dagashiya Story

    Two girls open a dagashiya candy store and want more customers. They then meet a robot along the way... (note it's a comic plot, not a written story)

    BeingRivy
    BeingRivy -
    12+

  • Short Story » Other, General
    Hannah’s doll

    Eight year old Hannah gets a wonderful doll on New Years’ Eve! But what happens when she loses it one day?

    vampricone6783
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    E - Everyone

  • Short Story » Fanfiction, Action / Adventure
    In Times of Crisis (Short Trailer)

    Nicholas Wills, a full-time mechanic, returns home after a day at work, only to find out a mysterious illness is circulating in the US. (Trailer)

    Broady771
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    E - Everyone

  • Short Story » Other, Fantasy
    Alexander and Mallory stories

    The first two take place before Loraine comes.The third is after she lives there.Enjoy these lovely stories, everyone.

    vampricone6783
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    12+ Violence Mature Content

  • Short Story » Fanfiction, Other
    Poor Amy..

    Poor sweet little Amy.She has no friends.She is very lonely.But what if she met a funny clown?

    vampricone6783
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    16+ Violence Mature Content

  • Short Story » Fantasy, Supernatural
    The Father:Part Two

    This time, a lonely teen boy named Michael encounters “The Father”. He doesn’t have a friend to aid him. Will he survive?

    vampricone6783
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    12+ Violence Mature Content


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