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  • Article / Essay » Review, Mystery / Suspense
    The End of Mr Y
    2

    Will Ariel reach her goal or will she end up like Mr Y? The character in the 'cursed' book that she has just read!


    Dani965 - Fri Aug 31, 2018 11:00 pm
    12+

  • Article / Essay » Horror, Mystery / Suspense
    Fear and the Id
    2

    Essay on the psychology of fear, and why we are allured to it.


    emDevior - Sat Jul 22, 2017 5:21 am
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  • Article / Essay » Literature, Mystery / Suspense
    but we are all human
    2

    tell me if the quotes do anything for it. If you don't take many Risks, whatever shall you learn? when will you tire of living in a fantasy world?


    Wriskypump - Sat May 13, 2017 4:24 am

  • Article / Essay » Mystery / Suspense
    Morning Kiss
    2

    "As to this day, I have no idea who my morning kisser was."


    Brunks21 - Sun Jul 12, 2015 7:51 am
    E - Everyone

  • Article / Essay » Mystery / Suspense, Supernatural
    Shadow Hands
    3

    This is a short story I wrote after visiting my friend Amanda one night. There's something special about her house...


    AyumiGosu17 - Thu Jul 11, 2013 4:46 am
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  • Article / Essay » Mystery / Suspense, Mystery / Suspense
    The Monster Word
    3

    How a word changed my life destiny for the better.


    n1o2u3r4 - Sun Jun 02, 2013 6:03 am

  • Article / Essay » Supernatural, Mystery / Suspense
    The Ghostly Sister
    3

    My name is McKenna Blair king. I live in whispering hills. My house is haunted but I’m the only one that knows. My new friend Tommy Jenkins believes me. It ...


    NessieC - Thu Jan 17, 2013 7:16 pm


"The trouble with Borrowing another mind was, you always felt out of place when you got back to your own body, and Granny was the first person ever to read the mind of a building. Now she was feeling big and gritty and full of passages. 'Are you all right?' Granny nodded, and opened her windows. She extended her east and west wings and tried to concentrate on the tiny cup held in her pillars."
— Terry Pratchett, Discworld: Equal Rites