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  • Short Story » Historical Fiction
    Guttersnipe (updated: 10/19)
    18

    Guttersnipe Chapter I – The Timepiece In a way, Regan wasn’t lost at all. It was just her mind had not caught up with her feet yet. She didn't mind ...


    Caligula's Launderette - Sun Jul 30, 2006 5:18 am

  • Short Story » Historical Fiction
    Comments For Hourglass
    11

    Title is self-explanatory. Although...if it isn't...refer to Hourglass, which you (hopefully) have just read. If you haven't, this shall be a rather dull thread for you.


    Sam - Tue Jul 25, 2006 5:55 am

  • Short Story » Historical Fiction
    Hourglass
    1

    Currently being edited to death. ^_^


    Sam - Tue Jul 25, 2006 5:54 am

  • Short Story » Historical Fiction
    1649 (Revised)
    19

    This story deals with both racism and religious predjudice. All views expressed are solely that of the characters, not me, for I stand in every way against bigotry, and have ...

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    Niamh - Sun Jul 23, 2006 5:21 am

  • Short Story » Historical Fiction
    Evanidus Puer (The Disappearing Boy)
    5

    Old, icky, unedited post- begone!


    Sam - Fri May 12, 2006 2:13 am

  • Short Story » Historical Fiction
    Of Men and mice
    4

    I'm calling this Historical Fiction because it technically qualifies, due to the setting being on a ship. There are few details to prove it, but it is a merchant vessel, ...


    DancingFaerieChilde - Thu Apr 13, 2006 1:35 am

  • Short Story » Historical Fiction
    Versailles, France, 1760.
    4

    I have about 25 pages written of this story--this is the first part, please review. Chapter One The Journey There France, 1760 I was, by far, the most beautiful girl ...


    volleychik992 - Sun Apr 09, 2006 6:30 am

  • Short Story » Historical Fiction
    Where Lies the Ocean
    20

    The revision is now posted.

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    Niamh - Fri Mar 31, 2006 9:58 am

  • Short Story » Historical Fiction
    The Last Day: Trench Warfare
    4

    This is a crumby history assignment (it wasn't, just what I did) about trench warfare back during WWI. I wrote it in first person, so I need help with it, ...

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    Elizabeth - Sat Mar 25, 2006 2:18 am

  • Short Story » Historical Fiction
    The Curse of the Cross: A Heathen Fable
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    Let's see. This is the first ever topic I made in the stories section, wow! That being said I am, of course, not new to writing. I've plently tales brewing ...


    Bjorn - Sun Mar 19, 2006 6:15 am

  • Short Story » Historical Fiction
    A Port In The Caribbean
    39

    Comments welcome. This is not the full Chapter 1, just the first part of it. I'll post some more when I write some more. (this isn't in Historical Fiction cos ...


    Firestarter - Sat Mar 11, 2006 6:13 pm

  • Short Story » Historical Fiction
    The Visigoth's Lament
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    A little background for those who have never heard about this part of history: near the end of the Roman Empire, the Ostrogoths and the Visigoths, two very peaceful Germanic ...

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    Niamh - Mon Feb 20, 2006 7:43 am

  • Short Story » Historical Fiction
    My King (Introduction to the Diary of Marion Swancott)
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    My King Marion Swancott Yorath, Lady Grenhamshire With an Introduction by Helena Gravari Introduction ~When I was two years old, I became obsessed with the mystical land I had heard ...


    DancingFaerieChilde - Sat Feb 18, 2006 7:06 pm

  • Short Story » Historical Fiction
    Ancient Tales: Wind Rider
    18

    (Under major edit)


    Myth - Tue Feb 07, 2006 3:31 pm

  • Short Story » Historical Fiction
    Romans: the conquering of England
    6

    How did Caesar conquer England? You might say. Well it first consisted of Caesar sailing to England with a few ships, landing Sticking a flag in the ground and saying ...


    black templar - Sun Feb 05, 2006 1:04 pm


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