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No, I Won't Buy Your eBook

by Scott Dwight

Why won't readers buy your book? Because it stinks, that's why. This short ebook points out the errors of your ways, and inspires you to fix your book so it will sell, or at least be readable. There are two...

Erotic Seduction

by Moll Molone

When beautiful but lonely Imogen is seduced by the beguiling Jason, her slumbering sexuality is awakened. Despite remorse and guilt, she throws herself into a reckless affair, while her controlling lover continually...




by Ivana Hruba

It will destroy you. Reviews posted online will be much appreciated. Cheers, xxoo Ivana

10 Blocks Down

by J. Marshall

Ronnie is an elderly man dealing with the hardships of diabetes, weakening eyes, and worst of all dementia. He is not a person that stands out to most, and that's just the way he wants it. Because when it comes...

Submissionette 2: Lady Indigo

by Lee R. Summer

Not every Novice becomes a Submissionette, but the histories of those who fail often go unwritten. They are discarded, forgotten. One can serve more than lords, however; and there are men in the city who realise...

I Leered At The Carnage

by Eric Chase

A collection of 100 poems by Eric Chase. They are raw, gritty, unique and compelling.

A Brief Study of Land Mammals

by Eric Chase

Eddy's get-rich football betting scheme has yet to pay off, so in the meantime, he continues to endure the grind of daily life. Luckily, he fancies himself an American looking at America, studying the masses....

Odyssey: California Dreaming

by Eric Chase

"Reality is stranger than fiction. Who wants to waste their time writing about elves and dragons, when there are enough fantastic and diabolical entities and events all around us here in the real world. The...

They Were Perfect

by Eric Chase

A collection of poetry. It's gritty, honest, raw and powerful.

"A Faithful Narrative": Forensic Rhetoric in Pride and Prejudice

by Robert Einarsson

Forensic rhetoric is the study of "what did or did not happen." Forensic rhetoric is therefore closely connected to the analysis of narration. Methods for proving "narrative truth" can be applied to the case...

The Tragedy of Macbeth, Part II: The Seed of Banquo

by Noah Lukeman

Ambition, intrigue, betrayal, murder. In 1610 The Tragedy of Macbeth was first performed . . . now 400 years later, the sequel. Ten years dead, Macbeth may lie in an uneasy grave, but the three witches who led...

Dark Horse Pictures

by Andy Hopkins

Originally published by Selkirk Lapwing Press in 2007, Andy Hopkins' acclaimed poetry collection, Dark Horse Pictures, is a deep, dark labyrinth of language.



God's Gift to Women (Literary Romance - EXCERPT)

by Stanford Friedman

I hope you will enjoy this excerpt from my enovel. For more excerpts or to purchase the entire ebook, visit:

It is the story of Scott, an egocentric New Yorker, and his attempt to complete...


by Stefano Boscutti

Do you remember your first day on the job?

Engaging writer's first day on the job at James Patterson, Inc. He wants to make a good impression but it's not going to be as easy as he thought. If only he didn't...


by Adnan Mahmutovic

After the Balkan war many Bosnian refugees ended up in Scandinavia. In [Refuge]e, we can eavesdrop on and witness the quirky characters that came out as the result of the war. Focusing on Bosnian women and their...



Repetition Patterns

by Ben Tanzer

Dysfunctional suburbs. Dark thoughts. Crumbling relationships. Or in other words, just another day in the twisted world of author Ben Tanzer. The Chicago Center for Literature and Photography is proud to present...



Gulls and Chuffs

by e c love

If Milton's Paradise Lost was written to justify the ways of God to man, then the much much more modest aim of Gulls & Chuffs is to reveal (though most definitely not justify) something of the ways of men to...



The CCLaP 100: Volume 1

by Jason Pettus

Join Jason Pettus, executive director of the Chicago Center for Literature and Photography (, as he takes an informed yet irreverent look at the subject of "literary classics," reading for the...




by S. P. Elledge

Even more short stories.




by S. P. Elledge

Thirteen more short stories.