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Nazli Karabiyikoglu 20h
I CAN'T BELIEVE THIS. Such a big, honorable news from New York. One of my dreams. Such hard work, sleepless nights, constructing a brand new life outside Turkey... I am... Thank you for believing me.
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3 Moon Independent Publishing Jul 17
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TaleBear Jul 10
Have you ever had that moment when you still have to finish a , but want to start another? We did - many times! TaleBear offers you a that you can read within 10 minutes, while still giving you loads to think about. On this August! 🥰
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Christi Williams Jul 16
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Tales From The Near and Far Jul 15
The empty seats fill the bus, each a silent watcher to the occupied one. The windows and rails rattle lightly with every bump and jolt in the road beneath. Fog makes the trees outside shrouded wraiths that flicker past the windows.
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Capt. Suraj Yadav 12h
Short Story 19.07.2019 (2) To square it all up, they always ran in circles.
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Memphis Dude Jul 10
Narrator: “It was at this moment Eugene realized he’d fucked up.”
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Cadence Vonn Jul 16
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Annie Whitehead Author Jul 16
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Rolli Jul 18
ADVENTURES WITH WRITERS. A little story, for you.
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Kacangmerah Jul 15
On a hot cuddling session.. 'Be mine!' he said. 'Yes!' 'Promise me?' And she sealed it with a kiss. One hot steamy kiss.
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Capt. Suraj Yadav Jul 15
Short Story 16.07.2019 Seeing blindly. Hearing unheard. Tasting tasteless. Smelling outsmell. Touching inappropriately. Senses making NO sense !!!
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Vic Smith Jul 17
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TW Iain 19h
Book-burning in the digital age?
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Kelly Maida 18h
Really excited that my was accepted by the New River Anthology!!
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B. Michael Logan Jul 11
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Peter Edwards Jul 15
Psychic Door: A little fears short story in which a door remains closed.
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Emily M. Dietrich Jul 17
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Sudesna (Sue) Ghosh Jul 16
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All Hallows' Haunts Jul 16
“I’d hate to leave myself,” Mr. Babcock said, after deliberation, and both he and Mrs. Allison smiled. “but I never heard of anyone ever staying out at the lake after Labor Day before.” - The Summer People by Shirley Jackson
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