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Tears of an Unbroken Heart

by Jacquel Chrissy May

A short story from my fantasy series "The Secret Library Guardians". In this story, we see how the young witches Kyler Dawn and Rista Blueflame were taken from their guardian and given to the Secret Library...

THREE YELLOW CUSHIONS

by Georges-André QUINIOU

Playing in the park one day, Agathe who is ten, loses her doll Louise. The following Wednesday, when she tells her friend Cécile that Louise had written her a letter Cécile of course makes fun of her and doesn’t...

The Red Bra

by Ray Daley

Because in the end things are just things, it's those we love in our lives who really matter.

New Order (gay short story)

by Jess C Scott

A suave concert pianist has an unshakable hold on the narrator, who is drawn in like a wayward moth to a burning flame. By author/artist/non-conformist, Jess C Scott | www.jessINK.com

Exotic Matter (Harry Potter for grown-ups)

by Squibstress

When Hermione is asked to update the National Dictionary of Wizarding Biography, she discovers some surprising things about her favourite professor. An angsty, nerdy time-travel romance.

Superhuman: The Complete Series

by Robby DeLuca

The complete Superhuman series in it's original format and with all new parts, including an aftermath written by each of the main characters of the series. Read what happened to Dante, Noel, and Cammy as they...

Making Dylan Maxwell

by Moxie Mezcal

Meet Dylan Maxwell, billionaire dot-com CEO and world class deviant. Tired of the same old thrills, he dreams up a new game for the rich & powerful, convincing them to put everything on the line – their fortunes,...

Tell Tale Heart

by Emmanuel Obi, Jr

WARNING: Strong violence Poe's grim and malevolent style was always amazing to me and a source of inspiration in a lot of my writing and artwork. One of my favorite short stories, The Tell-Tale Heart, is a perfect...

The Sensitive

by Antony Bennett

"The pale boy is too stricken to speak. He watches me as if he is watching an incarnation of the grim reaper himself." The wrecked house holds a secret that has been waiting for countless years to be discovered.

The Fifth Lost Tale of Mercia: Alfgifu the Orphan

by Jayden Woods

In the wildest Lost Tale yet, we jump to the year 1014. Alfgifu of Northampton joins forces with Canute, the new and young king of the Vikings. Alfgifu believes that her father was murdered in cold blood by...

The Hand of God

by George McNeur

A hint of Sci-Fi and religious philosophy lie behind this story of modern Hi-Tech business interrupted by a terrorist bomb... Jim is about to find out that life isn't always fair during a regular business trip...

Liberation of a Dragonfly

by sashapetrovich

There is no peace, no hope, no love for some people, for people to whom life offers nothing but - unhappiness, misery, sorrow.... Dina’s life is the worst story I have ever heard. It is like one of those stories...

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...

Echoes From The Past

by Shirley Glynn

Voices - high school friends; an old cabin deep in the woods; a terrifying night spent in that cabin. Sara and her five closest friends - they were all together and then there was only Sara. Her friends disappeared,...

The Character Who Loves You

by Jessica Urahara

What if the character from the book, fell in love with the one reading it? How emotional would they feel as the reader completed their story, finished it, and put them to the side... How heartbreaking would...

Blood of the Lamb

by Stephen W. Cote

In the latter half of the nineteenth century, Cain is a gunfighter known as a leading cause of ghost towns. His desire for a peaceful life is impossible given his sordid past and his inability to remember the...

The Rising: Full Circle

by Crystal Rodriguez

Years after events in The Rising, the world remains as deadly as ever. As more survivors have surfaced, they band together to continue living their lives and attempt to rebuild their society. However, the Risers...

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.

Hunter's Moon

by M.A Koontz

When a young boy encounter strange creatures in his village that no one wants to talk about his curiosity goes wild with superstition. Desperate for answered he goes to grandmother hoping to put his mind at...

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.