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A Decent Ransom (An Introduction)

by Ivana Hruba

A Decent Ransom is a story of a kidnapping gone right. Essentially a tale of redemption, the contemporary, fast-paced thriller blends pathos with intrigue, drawing the reader into the private world of a vulnerable...

Mofongo

by Cecilia Samartin

Mofongo is the story of young Sebastian who dreams of running like the wind across the soccer field and scoring countless goals, but his heart defect forces him to stand on the sidelines and watch. His parents...

Fergyville Episode 1: The New Plan

by Katina Ferguson

Frank and Catherine are parents worn down by three young children, and life. As they try to come up with a new, more efficient, way of managing their lives, they are met with a series of unforeseen obstacles....

"KAFKA'S HAIRBRUSH" (STORY)

by Stefano Boscutti

Someone's having a bad hair day.

Anxious writer Franz K. waits for the pharmacy in Prague's old square to open so he can purchase a bottle of his favorite hair tonic. Why are they late? What is wrong with the...

Journal of a Depressed Man; September 2010

by Eric Conrad

September 2010 - Journal entries of a man as he loses his wife, friends, lover, and mind. This is a continuing story... Check back for sequels...

Gary H., not quite the real thing

by Kurt Ulmer

Gary H. had a lovely wife, a good business and everything looked fine. Then why make calls from a public phone, every weekday at 10.05 AM? He had a perfectly good telephone at home and an iphone as well. Gary,...

A Batch of Scones

by Kurt Ulmer

When a friend wants to borrow your oven of a Sunday morning to bake scones for his tea rooms, something’s up. More than anyone knew….

Muriel and Udolpho

by Kurt Ulmer

The young actress Muriel Casterton celebrated her stage debut with cast and crew back stage after opening night. The audience’s thunderous applause was still ringing in her ears when the well meaning party...

Lalapanzi

by F. Voges

A fictional story in the 1880's in South Africa. From the harsh bush to the coast of Durban Ian fights for his honour, his love and himself. When everything stacks up against him all he has left is his own will...

Kalypso: Tritagonist

by Emma Walker

In Homer's epic poem, The Odyssey, we are told of Odysseus' great adventures following the destruction of Troy - his desperate homeward journey back to his patiently waiting wife and child. Yet he spent seven...

The Betrayal of A Hero

by David Armstrong

Tim is an ex British Army soldier from Newcastle Upon Tyne. After finding it difficult to survive after leaving the army he enters into business with his best mate and an acquaintance who eventually destroys...

Christine

by C. Sean McGee

She that fights monsters might take care lest she become a monster. This is the story of Christine and the day she grew a penis.

Joseph's Lines

by Kurt Ulmer

Sister organized a nativity play as she did every year. There were two plum parts to be had: Mary and Joseph. The three wise men looked good but made only a brief and silent appearance. Not much glory there....

BOSCUTTI'S ELVIS PRESLEY (SCREENPLAY)

by Stefano Boscutti

Walk a thousand miles in Elvis' shoes.

It's 1970. It's Christmas. And Elvis Presley is jack of it. He's had enough of the songs, the fans, the girls, the guys, everything. He flees Graceland on a wild, manic...

Let's See How You Like It

by William Hrdina

Let's See How You Like It is a satire, but it introduces ideas that I personally find very interesting. What do we do with those who wear ignorant hatred as a badge of honor? Is Frank right or wrong? They're...

Obscurities

by Mick Bordet

Del Fawmer is a solo musican with a blossoming career, but her life is turned upside down when her dying grandmother asks her to delve into the secrets of the past. Visiting the old woman's house, Del comes...

Swilliam Shines - Chapter Four - By Rail to the Sea

by Samuel Williams

FOLLOW THE RECOUNTED TALES OF BANKERS-TURNED-ADVENTURERS JOHN SWILLIAM AND RUPERT SHINES IN THIS BRAND NEW WEB-BASED SERIAL. Nerves set in as our chaps reach Plymouth and cast off in to the unknown.

Cabbage, Strudel and Trams (An Introduction)

by Ivana Hruba

An almost biographical and definitely riotous tale of adolescence begun behind the Iron Curtain, continued in a West German refugee camp and coming to a glorious end in the land Down Under. Cabbage, Strudel...

Power Surge

by Kurt Ulmer

No one in their right mind would pay that much to rent a house here. But someone did, not because she was out of her mind, but because she could not find accommodation anywhere. Then he moved in with her: a...

Pavel the Walker

by Kurt Ulmer

After another fight with his father, the 16 year old walked out. He severed connection with what he thought were his parents. He wandered the world and only stopped to work and save. He walked till the money...