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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...

Swilliam Shines - Chapter Nine - Into the Fog

by Sean Hines

FOLLOW THE RECOUNTED TALES OF BANKERS-TURNED-ADVENTURERS JOHN SWILLIAM AND RUPERT SHINES IN THIS BRAND NEW WEB-BASED SERIAL. Lost at sea another surprise is about to creep out of the thick fog.

Good to Her

by Enid Harlow

Good to Her is a historical literary novel set against the backdrop of the famous New York City restaurant, Dinty Moore’s, which stood at the corner of 46th Street just off Broadway for some 50 years. Enlivened...

Publius: Libertas Aut Mors

by Baltazar Bolado

A nation divided... US citizens targeted for assassination by an oppressive government... A father and a son at odds... Two brothers conflicted between family legacy and patriotic duty... A love story felt from...

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....

Rainbow Country

by Tom Lichtenberg

A stage play. When Thalia Jennings inherits a mountain resort from the father she never know, she discovers it to be much less - and infinitely more - than she ever imagined.

RICK PERRY PRAYS FOR THE ASSASSINATION GAMES (STORY)

by Stefano Boscutti

When you look at American politics these days, what do you see?

Land of the extreme, home of the crazy? The Democrats are keeping their loonies under wraps. But the Republicans? Man, they're out of control....

Ground Zero

by Jade Casey

Love does not suffer loss without pain. A story of deep love and tragic loss that will touch the most frigid heart. He was the best war strategist and spy the king had, she was the king's blacksmith's daughter....

Meeting Abacus

by Jenue Brosinski

"Meeting Abacus" is the second chapter in "Land of Balloons". Little Yara tries to adjust to her new living situation but her Stepdad, Flint, doesn't make it easy. She finds solace with an unusual friend.

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....

Rainbow Thief

by Kurt Ulmer

A short story about a boy who, when the colour violet in rainbows vanishes,searches and finds the thief who has stolen also indigo and blue.

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...

Mathew and Cassy

by PearlSun

Mathew and Cassy - celebrating the innocence of childhood!

Tracey and the Regular Men

by Will Jones

A short story studying the regular inhabitants of a bar lost out in the middle of nowhere. Meet the people that make the town tick over.

Big John's Long War

by Kurt Ulmer

He made good on a promise to come home from the war to take care of his family. The war never ended for this poor soul.

Journal of a Depressed Man; August 2010

by Eric Conrad

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

First Bite

by Kurt Ulmer

Station Pier, Port Melbourne on a cold, wet early winter’s morning in 1962 is not a welcoming place. Meat pie! I must have a meat pie. And there was the sign: ‘Four ‘n Twenty’, the meat pie I must have....

The Deniers

by William Hrdina

A story about a kid named Hank who refuses to go along with the program.

Parke's Peculiars: Dear Damian

by Graham Parke

New installment of what will be a regular onslaught of the Weird and Peculiar. Probably. Unless someone is kind enough to pay me to stop. Yes, it's literary terrorism of a sort. Except that it isn't quite literature,...

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...