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  • Short Story » Narrative, Humor

    This is my account of what I'm experiencing during the 7-Day solitary exercise which I'm carrying out in my room. It may be a bit dramatic though. Saturday 19th January ...

    abelgaiya - Sat Jan 19, 2013 4:50 pm

  • Short Story » Humor, Fantasy
    gust of wind

    A gust of wind blew his cloak left and right as he attempted to use it to cover his face. It was hard to hold it with one hand, as ...

    rwgbookwriter - Sat Jan 19, 2013 2:31 am

  • Short Story » Humor, Science Fiction
    Breakfast in the year 4001

    I rose groggily to the sound of my alarm clock blaring obnoxiously, which I stupidly placed on the other side of the room. I had to get up, hit snooze, ...

    methrirr123 - Thu Jan 10, 2013 11:48 pm

  • Short Story » Fantasy, Humor
    Just One More (2/2)

    This is the second half to a short posted six months ago- oops! also it was accidentally posted in Novels- oops again! I'll move it once I have the power ...

    StellaThomas - Tue Jan 01, 2013 7:29 pm

  • Short Story » Humor
    A Test Day

    Today, I had a test on a book I hadn't read, To Kill a Mockin' bird. But seriously who makes kids read a book during the summer ? Yeah, I ...

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    MatiasD - Mon Dec 31, 2012 2:06 am

  • Short Story » Humor, Teen Fiction
    This Morning

    Hi, my name is...Hey, you know what ? My name's not important. And plus, now, my identity is a mystery. And this story, no, anecdote is a mystery. So this ...

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    MatiasD - Mon Dec 31, 2012 12:32 am

  • Short Story » Dramatic, Humor
    A Christmas Death In Oldtown Valley [16+]

    "He wore a hood His face was hid And as he fled I heard him say With laughter low, 'Nobody knows' " Solomon John

    Hymar - Thu Dec 27, 2012 10:33 pm

  • Short Story » Humor
    The Next Santa

    Up in the North Pole, there is a special academy for children whose only ambition in life is to give other children happiness. This academy, the Excellency, Laughter, and Fun ...

    WGirl - Sat Dec 22, 2012 2:02 pm

  • Short Story » Fantasy, Humor
    Line of Sight

    “How many times do I have to say, Stop levitating the freaking lamp!” Paolo banged his head against the desk, trying to ignore the fact that a 30 centimetre tall ...

    SwallowedSun - Sat Dec 22, 2012 7:33 am

  • Short Story » Humor
    Seasoned with a dash of mischief

    The first chapter of my story begins with a visit to India five years ago. My mother and I were visiting for the sole purpose of looking for a groom ...

    SoniiTiwari - Thu Dec 20, 2012 9:37 am

  • Short Story » Horror, Humor
    Prepare for the oncoming apocalypse

    Canned goods. Check. The Machete. Fathers handgun. Check. Ammunition. ammunition. What would my scoutmaster,Mr.Scotthave said? "Always be prepared" he would remind us, every day of our wakin

    methrirr123 - Wed Dec 19, 2012 9:17 pm

  • Short Story » Horror, Humor
    Hey! You lost?

    15+ Improvements have been made!

    Clarity - Tue Dec 04, 2012 7:49 pm

  • Short Story » Fantasy, Humor
    Seeds of Love

    Persephone silently trailed behind her husband, Hades, as he stopped in front of a pair of double doors leading to the throne room. As King and Queen of the Underworld, ...

    bluewaterlily - Tue Nov 20, 2012 9:37 pm

  • Short Story » Humor, Teen Fiction
    Jeans Girls

    I wrote this time ago, early in 2012. Jady Keron was finally going to school. "Here's your punch!" said her mother. "Make new trends," said her father. Jady went to ...

    Blift - Tue Nov 20, 2012 12:25 pm

  • Short Story » Humor, Horror
    Justifiably Chilling

    It was the end of November, no actually I think it was the beginning of December, but I suppose what does it matter, because the fact still remained that ...

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    UrbanCastle - Fri Oct 19, 2012 1:44 am

When you cut pieces out of the truth to avoid looking like a fool, you end up looking like a moron instead.
— Robin Hobb