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Of Suicide

by Peter Rodman

Is a person's decision to kill himself always wrong? Is his thinking irrational? Who has the right to stop him?

The Mannequin Child

by J.T. Warren

The mannequin an emotionally scarred couple finds by the side of the road in a trash heap looks too much like their dead son. Is this a delusion or an otherworldly connection?

The Lemonade Stand

by J.T. Warren

The virus is spreading across the world and mankind's days are numbered, but for one little girl, this is the perfect time to sell her lemonade. The man she encounters reminds her of her father, but this man...

JOURNEY OF THE UNSEEN WORLD (Rooh Ka Safar)

by Ayatullah Najafi Quchani - XKP

Man instinctively desires to have an understanding of the life Hereafter, i.e. the life after death and the state of the Barzakh (the interval between death and resurrection), which we all have to face. Certain...

The Goodbye

by Jan Gordon

A story of love and life, of war and loss, and of longing and need. This short story is made up of sixteen drabbles. A drabble is a story written in exactly one hundred words, not including the title, and cannot...

Lost Boy - Bipolar Dreaming

by Jocelyn Price

This is the story of my son Cameron, who committed suicide nearly five years ago. He suffered from bi-polar disorder. It is about his life, his dreams, his good times and his not so good times. It is also a...

Encounter

by M.A. Koontz

One night as Benny lay sleeping in bed next to his wife, he encounters a sinister force not of this world. As they try to survive the night the two of them do whatever is possible to stay alive and to keep safe...

Please Stay

by Denise Kim Wy

THIS IS A PREVIEW COPY. Please visit http://www.amazon.com/Please-Stay-ebook/dp/B008W8D3LU if you're interested to purchase the whole book. ***** Kym isn't really thrilled about the idea of coming home if it...

Calamity

by J.T. Warren

This novel is unrelentingly bleak. It does not offer hope. You've been warned. Anthony Williams has tried to be a good father and in the wake of his newborn's death, he has tried to provide for his traumatized...

What She Drove

by J.T. Warren

The mangled wreck of a PT Cruiser can be a tortured soul's last refuge. It can cleanse the pain, soothe the hurt, but this car and what lives on inside it doesn't offer peace without consequence. Once you enter...

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?

The End...

by BoredTech

One man will discover what it is truly like to be created in God's image. He will have the help of a mentor and teacher. He will denounce God. He will slaughter many...

My Angel Doris: Book one

by M.A. Koontz

This is book one of Writings of a Brilliant Lunatic, a series of poems following the character Gray as they attempts to transverse in a world full of death, deception, lust, and lies.

Jurisprudence made easy

by Ayatullah Sayyid Ali al-Hussaini as-Sistani (Seestani) - XKP

This book, Al-Fatawa Al-Muyessarah (Jurisprudence Made Easy), has been written in accordance with our fatawa (edicts). This has been found to be so by a group of trusted people. Thus, whoever, among the faithful,...

Distorted Minds

by Ivett Matáncsi & Patrik Horváth

Our book serves a complex purpose – initiates the reader into the world of trust and intimacy, focusing on that life is more delicate if we learn to live without masks. The first part is a kind of theoretical...

Day of Judgement

by Allamah Sayyid Sa'eed Akhtar Rizvi - XKP

A detailed and referenced Islamic perspective of the Soul, Death, Hereafter and the Day of judgement. Sayyid Saeed Akhter Rizvi's expertise on Islamic subjects such as these and simplistic use of English language...

Deadline

by Tom Lichtenberg

Meet Dave and Darcy, the happiest couple. There was a time before Dave for Darcy, and a time before Darcy for Dave, but none of that matters now. Now they're wrapped around each other like the hard clear plastic...

Where Were You? (2010)

by Rob Walker

The latest in an ongoing series of notations concerning high-profile or otherwise notable deaths. Since 1992 have I recorded “where I was” when I learned about such passings, along with whatever thoughts...

Hudson House (Preview)

by J.T. Warren

You're invited to enter a world of catastrophe and follow a generation plagued by its towns demented past. Embark on a haunting and disturbing adventure with three young boys as they explore the menacing halls...

Desimone Avenue Book Two

by M.A. Koontz

This is book two of the Writings of a Brilliant Lunatic, a series of poems following the character Gray as they attempt to transverse in a world full of death, deception, lust, and lies.