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What You Never Read In The History Books

by Ray Daley

They say history is written by the winners. When it comes down to it, what do you REALLY know about historical characters other than what is written down? Caution! Contains some swearing.

Stories of Bahlool

by Kubra Jafri - xkp

Short and interesting Stories for kids from the life of Bahlool, the companion of the 7th Imam. Thanks to al-islam.org islamicmobility.com

The Machine Is Working

by Ray Daley

When The President says something he needs to forget in a hurry then it's time to send him to The Machine. But how can the world be sure he's really forgotten that vital detail?

A Perfectly Potent Potion (Harry Potter for grown-ups)

by Squibstress

When Severus Snape brews some extra Polyjuice, he tries to play a trick on Minerva McGonagall. Amorous hijinks ensue.

Pet Girls of Suburbia (sample)

by Ergo

Vince loves Sylvia, and Sylvia loves Vince almost as much as she loves sadistic lesbian sex. So it makes sense that they buy a new house together. To Sylvia, a new house means new furniture. To Vince, new furniture...

Guns Don't Kill People...My Uncle Does (A Varied Collection of Short-stories Geared For A Man)

by Carla René

These short-stories vary from ghost, to horror, to military in nature, and are just perfect for the man with the short attention-spa...hey, a cookie! When a mysterious illness attacks a community and the military...

Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Dead Beatle

by William Hrdina

Sherlock Holmes takes on his greatest case in this comic mystery- of a sort.

I’ll tell you a secret, Jackalope

by Matthew Vandrew

What can make a young director hide under the stuffed bison? The answer is in the museum after hours where Will struggles to keep his sanity. His crew is sent directly from hell, there are too many ghosts and...

The Funny Tales of The Fails

by Sasa Sijak

This is a collection of funny tales about serious people. I hope this book will give you tons of laugh.

For The Lack Of A Spoon

by Ray Daley

When the Owl & The Pussycat went to sea, it wasn't such an wonderful journey as Edward Lear would have you believe. And all for the smallest of reasons. Definitely NOT for children, ADULTS ONLY.

THE RUMORS SWIRLING ABOUT JAMES PATTERSON

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...

Zen In The Art of Absurdity

by Carla René

In “Sounds Like...A Self-Portrait” we see Fern’s struggle to go for it with Rogers or not. But will her gas keep them apart? “Road Rage” shines a light on all those crappy drivers--who are driving...

The Free Indie Reader #1

by The Free Indie Reader

Since the online self-publishing revolution began a few years ago, I've been on the lookout for great indie authors, and my efforts have been rewarded many times over. Most of these discoveries have come from...

Everything Has Changed- A Hunger Games Hayffie Fanfic

by DaCupcakePanda

"But maybe all these years being with the women has finally made me come to care for her?" Haymitch and Effie have hated each other since the 50th Quarter Quell, their relationship is but a drunk mentor and...

Death Wears A Black Basque

by Ray Daley

A desperate man on the run from a shadowy past is caught by the one thing he feared above everything else. When faced with his fate will he go quietly?

Fourteen Days Later (sample)

by Sibel Hodge

"This story was impossible for me to put down" - Coffee Time Romance & More. Fourteen Days Later was short listed for the Harry Bowling Prize 2008 and received a Highly Commended by the Yeovil Literary Prize...

One Bedroom Apartment

by Ryan Sheffield

Somewhere in the decaying concrete flatlands of post-suburban Texas is an apartment complex where low income, low expectations and low lifes walk the line between the mundane and the macabre. Misery, humor and...

Sex, Rain, and Cold Fusion

by A.R. Taylor

Prepare to meet physicist David Oster, a big thinker, a charming cad who flees Caltech and his three girlfriends for the Pacific Northwest, pastoral fantasy firmly in hand. Whatever will he do with all that...

Vengar the Barbarian in... The King, His Son, Their Sorcerer and His Lover

by Chris J. Randolph

Welcome to the Hyperbolic Age, a prehistoric era when men were mighty, women were buxom, and neither could be trusted in the dark. Into this melodramatic yet somehow lost epoch strides a mighty figure, a king...

Mom of the Year

by Denise Pischinger

An over-the-top fun yet poignant story about mother-daughter relationships and the world of school volunteerism. You'll laugh, cry and phone a friend about Mom of the Year. Janie Parker rules the school at Parkside...