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R. M. Scheller 5m
My website now has a section! If you're curious about how an opera, the cops, and an innocent-but-poorly-dancing bystander relate to each other, you might want to check it out!
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SnakeOilStories 56m
Sheila watched from her window as crowds began to form along the street. Soon the floats and displays made their way past the silent and sullen onlookers. She sighed and turned away. The Computer Parade just wasn’t the same since they banned all the humans.
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SnakeOilStories 1h
“Jared frowned and pulled his shirt over his nose. He loved camping with the guys, but he was beginning to think they didn’t feel the same way. Why else would they always make him sit by the Fart Bush?”
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Novyl (No-vile) 11h
She would wait for him. She knew he would return upon the arrival of the . Riding the Dragon of Han'mir, trailing fire & death in his wake. A smile creased her glowing features, as the star set behind the Mountains of Ashara'th. Soon.
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Author Shannon Reber, destroyer of worlds. Sep 19
No more procrastinating. It's time to finish this short story. Wish me luck!
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Vic Smith Sep 20
Are the scariest spaces inside, or out? The Corridor
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Sarah Edmonds 17h
One of my friends just, miraculously, talked me out of scrapping my !! While I still love her, this now means I have to ACTUALLY try to make that thing not suck anymore 😬😬😬 wish me luck!!
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Gail Gauthier 13m
My 9/23/19 read HEAVY METAL • by Eric Casdorph – Every Day Fiction
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Geoffrey West Sep 18
ANGEL The building we were demolishing had a ghost. . . .
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Vic Smith Sep 18
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Ztulicious 🎶 Sep 21
I've love someone ❤️ He flirting me with his smile and his attitude.He so nice to me.But it's not simply easy to own it. So I decided to keep on silence without he knowing that I had a crush on him. I guess! maybe this is the best way to keep away from zina. 😊💖
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Vic Smith Sep 20
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Susanne Knight Sep 22
“Homesick”--“Such a beautiful story! Was not prepared for the story or the ending!!!! Wonderfully written!”
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Krystin Hart Sep 17
Check out the Overwrite Podcast. My newest short story was narrated this week. She does a wonderful narrating these stories.
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Elizabeth Adan Poetry 5h
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TheTypescript 5h
New in The Typescript: Fiction by Andrew Paul Grell, set in a dystopian future where genetic mutants are hunted and persecuted. Phalangist
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Lauren Scharhag Sep 18
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✨ Charlotte Ann Dawson ✨ 12h
What is the best place to enter short stories into competitions? ✍🏼
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Lawrence Jay Switzer Sep 21
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Van Stephenson - Original Fiction Sep 21
New Short Story! Crosswalk (Comedy/Slice-of-Life) [1,641 Words] Three friends find crossing the street is harder than thought.
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