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  • Novel / Chapter » Fantasy
    The Pastel Unicorn: Chapters 6 and 7

    Chapter Six Arrival The long, six-hour drive could not have passed by more slowly, and Emily hated every minute of it. She tried to stay quiet, wanted it to pass ...

    Rei - Fri Aug 19, 2005 1:22 pm

  • 2

    I wrote this a year or two ago when i wasn't very good at writing stuff like it so I know it probably is gooing to have a lot of ...

    Kay Kay - Thu Aug 18, 2005 10:57 pm

  • 8

    (Ok, part II) “Is she gone?” whispered my friend, peering around the pillar, his eyes shinning slightly in the dark. “I think so...come on, let’s go” I reply, tugging on ...

    Boni_Bee - Tue Aug 16, 2005 3:43 am

  • 11

    Hello as you can see i'm new here and i'm new to writing I normally write and draw comic books and have decided to take on writing books as well. ...

    Calibur - Mon Aug 15, 2005 8:34 pm

  • Novel / Chapter » General
    ~Waiting~ *Part One* (Sort of musings)

    We sat in the dark, rat infested underground cellar. It was nearly midnight, or past, so those upstairs had long retired. We were alone. I could hear his gentle moan ...

    ~beautifuldisaster~ - Sun Aug 14, 2005 12:23 pm

  • 3

    Hey all, plz crit!!! Chap 1 (most of it) It was a crisp autumn midnight, and the Graye Ponye’s business was just as crisp. The bar was full, and the ...

    bard_of_life - Sun Aug 14, 2005 1:09 am

  • Novel / Chapter » Romantic
    Chapter 4

    Chapter Four: It was no use trying to protest. I was held fast against my captor and knew that I was in great danger. That the reason this man had ...

    Kay Kay - Sat Aug 13, 2005 7:02 pm

  • Novel / Chapter » Fantasy
    The Pastel Unicorn: Chapter Four and Five

    Chapter Four The last three weeks of school were torture. But Emily knew that she had to endure them. It was the only way for to get to the camp ...

    Rei - Sat Aug 13, 2005 4:55 pm

  • Novel / Chapter » General
    (untitled as yet) part I

    (Ok, this is slightly weird, but it was inspired by a dream I had...I hope its in the right topic ) Swish....swish.... my sandals are the only sound that breaks ...

    Boni_Bee - Sat Aug 13, 2005 7:53 am

  • Novel / Chapter » General
    An Imagined Life - Chapter 1

    Chapter 1 The sun is rising, shining all its glory on the old homestead, which stands between two old gum trees. A kookaburra sings his greeting to the morning, waking ...

    Boni_Bee - Fri Aug 12, 2005 5:38 am

  • Novel / Chapter » General
    Freedom's Price - Chapter 1

    Freedom’s Price Chapter 1 The sun is rising over the mountains in the east as May gives birth to a colt. She whispers his name to him...”Sky”... May licks the ...

    Boni_Bee - Fri Aug 12, 2005 3:34 am

  • Novel / Chapter » Fantasy
    Journey of the Magi

    This is my first post on here. Please comment on it. This is only a brief part of the story. Night settled on the small village of Tunvil. Nothing stirred ...

    brandenwallace - Tue Aug 09, 2005 2:09 pm

  • Novel / Chapter » General
    Chapter One; Stranger at the Door (edited)

    Chapter One; Stranger at the Door I sat in the back seat of a big yellow bus, my hands where in silver cuffs and my twin brother, Lucan, was in ...

    writergirlstevie - Tue Aug 09, 2005 4:54 am

  • Novel / Chapter » Action / Adventure
    Sugnoma Lived. Step: 2

    ------Rated R for language, gore, and generally terrible situations---------------- Step 2: The origin of Phillip O’Delao I Vincent O’Delao was a rancher. He owned half of Merrington’s half-doze

    Rincewind - Mon Aug 08, 2005 1:34 am

  • Novel / Chapter » General
    When you bleed you learn - Part One

    He stood on the edge of the Pier, a dark figure in a lifeless world. If the light had been proper, you might have seen how tattered his clothes were ...

    ~beautifuldisaster~ - Sun Aug 07, 2005 11:43 pm

It's easier to come up with new stories than it is to finish the ones you already have. I think every author would feel that way.
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