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  • Novel / Chapter » Historical Fiction
    Needles and Roses - Chap. 5
    8

    This is actually one of my favorite chapters because, in my opinion, it's when things begin to get more exciting. There's a huge twist of plot that anyone who's read ...


    KJ - Mon May 12, 2008 12:23 pm

  • Novel / Chapter » Historical Fiction
    Southern Sky - Part I
    8

    (deleted) I couldn't remember where I wanted to go with this...


    alicat159 - Sat May 10, 2008 6:18 pm

  • Novel / Chapter » Historical Fiction
    Needles and Roses - Chap. 4
    6

    Again, newly edited. I hope you appreciate all this work I'm doing ;P


    KJ - Fri May 02, 2008 7:18 pm

  • Novel / Chapter » Historical Fiction
    ~Michelangelo's Night and Day~Chapter Two
    9

    Hey Everybody, I made this WAY WAY shorter than my last chapter because I know how hard it is to read. This one is half as long so hopefully that ...


    ashleylee - Sun Apr 27, 2008 9:59 pm

  • Novel / Chapter » Historical Fiction
    Needles and Roses - Chap. 3
    7

    Newly edited. Need honest opinions. And yes, it is long. But mind you, not as long as it was.


    KJ - Mon Apr 21, 2008 6:32 pm

  • Novel / Chapter » Historical Fiction
    Three Kisses...xxx (Part 3 of 3)
    3

    I peer nervously over my mug to see if Billy has noticed the time yet. Maybe, if I’m very lucky he will forget and we’ll never have to go over! ...


    x-tears-x - Mon Apr 14, 2008 11:17 pm

  • Novel / Chapter » Historical Fiction
    Three Kisses...xxx (Part two of many)
    3

    It was a lovely day; the waves were playful, lapping up against the dock. It was windy and very chilly, but the atmosphere couldn’t have been happier. Fifty boys were ...


    x-tears-x - Mon Apr 14, 2008 9:36 pm

  • Novel / Chapter » Historical Fiction
    Three Kisses...xxx (Part one of many)
    9

    I can’t see the leather of my boots anymore. They are made of mud. Not one scrap of leather can be seen, just mud; the mud that has become the ...


    x-tears-x - Mon Apr 14, 2008 9:26 pm

  • Novel / Chapter » Historical Fiction
    Stars #1
    10

    Hi. I know that this isn't all that good, but I just wanted to post something so I can have something posted. Haha. Well, I hope you like it. This ...


    Sythe - Tue Apr 08, 2008 5:22 am

  • Novel / Chapter » Historical Fiction
    ~Michelangelo's Night and Day~Chapter One
    27

    First, I'm sorry but I HATE cutting my stories up once I have them written in chapter form so I guess this is just going to be long. Because if ...


    ashleylee - Tue Apr 08, 2008 1:13 am

  • Novel / Chapter » Historical Fiction
    The Arms Dealer, Part One of MANY
    5

    I pretty much wrote this on a whim, so it may not be exactly word-for-word historically correct. My friend critiqued it, but that was literally pages ago--these are pages one ...


    zoeybird13024 - Tue Apr 08, 2008 1:12 am

  • Novel / Chapter » Historical Fiction
    Needles and Roses - Chap. 2
    12

    Newly edited


    KJ - Mon Apr 07, 2008 7:24 pm

  • Novel / Chapter » Historical Fiction
    A Diary from the Past - Day 2
    1

    [pre]Day 2 Monday April 16 I’ve woken up in a strange place. I wasn’t quite sure where it was, only that it was light, it wasn’t Mrs. Bradford’s house, and ...


    Archstormangel - Tue Apr 01, 2008 9:25 pm

  • Novel / Chapter » Historical Fiction
    A Diary From the Past: 1603, Surrey, England - Day One
    10

    OK, this story is where my teacher supposedly sends us back into a time and place of our choice. I chose 1603, Surrey, England. Then entire story starts when I ...


    Archstormangel - Tue Apr 01, 2008 5:18 am

  • Novel / Chapter » Historical Fiction
    Hymns for a Dead Sister (1): My Bombazine Doll
    3

    This is all part of Hourglass 'verse--stuff that won't go into the finished product. I'll post all of my prompt responses for the contest under the title "Hymns for a ...


    Sam - Fri Mar 28, 2008 11:54 pm


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