Tag: short story

Barbarians

Barbarians

| April 12, 2017

A short story prequel to David Farland’s The Runelords.

Professor Birdsong’s Dumbest Thieves, Thugs & Rogues

Professor Birdsong’s Dumbest Thieves, Thugs & Rogues

| April 3, 2017

The Professor has delighted in telling you stories from his first two book series, Dumbest Criminal Law Stories and Weird Criminal Law Stories. Now he writes for fun and your enjoyment in his latest, Professor Birdsong’s Dumbest Thieves, Thugs, & Rogues. These stories are some of the best from around the world and should bring […]

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The Disappearance of Ray Delgado

The Disappearance of Ray Delgado

| April 3, 2017

Eventually, the past catches up with you… Jake always wondered about Ray’s past, but he knew better than to bring it up. Ray seemed haunted by it. But when Ray mysteriously disappears from a logging site in what appears to be a Black Ops-style abduction, Jake knows that Ray’s past has finally caught up with […]

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Make me beautiful forever: A story that may change your life

Make me beautiful forever: A story that may change your life

| April 2, 2017

A girl painfully strives in daily efforts to become beautiful, which eventually always fail her. However, one day she experiences a life-changing shift in her pursuit for beauty. That change opens completely new horizons for the young woman and makes her beautiful forever, fills her life with joy, freedom and hope she can share with […]

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Whole Lotta Shakin’ Goin’ On

Whole Lotta Shakin’ Goin’ On

| April 1, 2017

Robin Hood? Not these two. Meet Leroy Logan, a young man who’s going to be the best con artist ever and Katherine “Fast Kate” Mulrooney, a young woman with even bigger dreams of her own. Together and apart, for sixty years of living large, Kate and Leroy will embezzle anything, con anyone and love each […]

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Paper in the Wind

Paper in the Wind

| April 1, 2017

Paper in the Wind is a compassionate and riveting story depicting a single father’s dedication to his daughter. In the midst of the overwhelming struggles that accompanied autism, he continues to persevere. Her father’s love enabled her to overcome insurmountable obstacles, discovered the power of love and embraced the gift of life.

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Murtagh’s Fury

Murtagh’s Fury

| April 1, 2017

Two Ancient Irish Gods Clash in a Brisbane Summer, as the city floods . . . Set in Brisbane in the midst of the 1974 floods, Murtagh’s Fury follows the adventures of an ancient god whose dwindling powers have trapped him in the Evans Deakin shipyards. There he battles a Fomori — an Irish giant […]

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The Car: a sonnet sequence with illustrations

The Car: a sonnet sequence with illustrations

| April 1, 2017

An owner’s workshop manual for servicing your life. Reading poetry may help you step back from the troubles of your life and understand your experiences. It can bring solace at difficult times by offering a fresh insight into life.These poems of human experience can help you understand your problems by analogy. Sometimes we understand problems […]

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Joe’s Tale: Dog Stories and Tales by a Dog and His Friends

Joe’s Tale: Dog Stories and Tales by a Dog and His Friends

| April 1, 2017

Have you ever wondered what a dog would write, if only he could? Wonder no more! Meet Joe. This dog can blog and he has written about his life as a dog! His unleashed creativity comes alive, especially when he asks his four-legged friends and family members to contribute their tales. Join Joe in his […]

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My Dirty Crown

My Dirty Crown

| April 1, 2017

They told me to go shopping with them. They were simply making a few quick stops to pick up a birthday present for a friend. No big deal, right? I should have known better. Nothing with this group ever goes quite as planned. One minute I’m minding my own business, thinking I’m about to have […]

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