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  1. KSM

    By JayT, in Non-Fiction. 05/21/2017 (Updated: 05/21/2017)

    This is a true story. The events described happened to me. Nothing has been changed or altered or embellished.

  2. A Grain in the Sands of Time

    By pDaisy, in Fiction. 11/19/2013 (Updated: 05/20/2017)

    The Earth's long hidden ruling family lives among us altering the path of our evolution. Known to humans only as the characters in a deck of mystic cards, within the Arcana each sibling has a role to play and a task to perform before dying and being endlessly reborn. Follow Matt as he discovers who he really is and where his ultimate destiny lies.

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    Victor's Attempts at Poetry

    By Victor Gutte, in Poetry. 05/19/2017 (Updated: 05/20/2017)

    My attempts at writing poems.

  4. The Transporters 1. The Deadwood Chronicles

    By Israfil, in Fiction. 06/06/2015 (Updated: 05/16/2017)

    When two dragons transporting a war criminal drop in for dinner, three wizard college drop-outs find themselves caught in the crossfire of a supernatural power struggle.

  5. Seed of Harmony

    By C.Arthur, in Fiction. 03/22/2017 (Updated: 05/16/2017)

    Seed of Harmony was written in the old style of a Space Opera. Chapter 7 introduces two young men whose budding relationship will be core to the rest of the story. To find out more about me or the series, check out the Harmonic Empire website, and register for citizenship. The Empire welcomes refugees!

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    Fragmented Shorts 3. The Fragmented

    By Wicked Witch, in Fiction. 05/08/2017 (Updated: 05/15/2017)

    Short pieces set in the world of The Fragmented. These aim to get me in the right headspace to write the series fully, and to tempt you with some imagery of the world that will be explored.

  7. Jake & Conor 1. Moorpark Palms

    By RichEisbrouch, in Fiction. 04/24/2017 (Updated: 05/15/2017)

    This introduces Jake, the narrator of Moorpark Palms, a funny book of stories about a small Los Angeles apartment building in the 1990s. Jake & Conor is a light little romance, once intertwined with the longer book. I broke it out because it distracted from the apartment stories.

  8. The Assassin

    By lilansui, in Fiction. 01/03/2017 (Updated: 05/14/2017)

    Kian spills his strawberry milkshake on Daven at a Mall Food Court. Daven is caught between irritation and fear when Kian follows him to the men's bathroom. In mere minutes, Dr. Daven Noland meets Kian Raja, an Assassin with a warped sense of humor, and a valid contract with Daven's name.

  9. Can't A Guy Visit A Friend

    By thecalimack, in Spring - Unintended Consequences & Jagged Edges. 05/11/2017 (Updated: 05/11/2017)

    Miguel comes to visit his friend Tristan, but notices something is amiss when the man opens his door to him.

    Intuition has never failed him before, but it never prepared him for what he'd see.

  10. Hold the elevator 1. My Brother's Keeper

    By Puppilull, in Spring - Unintended Consequences & Jagged Edges. 05/11/2017 (Updated: 05/11/2017)

    As a pair of coworkers are thrown together by chance, one man’s secret is revealed. When does someone else’s business become your business?

  11. Dalkhu (Demons) 4. Sparkle

    By aditus, in Spring - Unintended Consequences & Jagged Edges. 05/11/2017 (Updated: 05/11/2017)

    The trifecta is complete. Two opposite linked by a third, ready to fight for humanity.

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    Looking Glass

    By Cole Matthews, in Spring - Unintended Consequences & Jagged Edges. 05/11/2017 (Updated: 05/11/2017)

    What is the nature of love and how do we feel about it? Elliott is struggling because he likes a girl, needs her, but he doesn't really love her, not like he loved Claire. Claire was the love of his life. He bumps into another soul who is hurting from the same kind of condition. In the end, the emotions become lyrical and we see how the creative process is sometimes a healing one. Let's see if we can find the Coupe de Ville hiding at the bottom of a Cracker Jack box.

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    Jagged Edges Sounds

    By Parker Owens, in Spring - Unintended Consequences & Jagged Edges. 05/11/2017 (Updated: 05/11/2017)

    Poetry composed for the 2017 Anthology, 'Jagged Edges.'

  14. Joined

    By Sasha Distan, in Spring - Unintended Consequences & Jagged Edges. 05/11/2017 (Updated: 05/11/2017)

    When Gerard is eight, he starts getting hurt without getting injured, and it doesn't take long for him to realise that he's experiencing someone else's pain. But when Gerard falls from his bike and ends up losing his foot, he dreams of flying through the countryside on a big red horse, and his whole life becomes about the desire to feel just as complete as he does when he's asleep.

  15. A Diamond in the Rough

    By comicfan, in Spring - Unintended Consequences & Jagged Edges. 05/11/2017 (Updated: 05/11/2017)

    A new teacher, Mister Darin Stanford, is assigned a special project by the headmistress of a private school. His project is Christopher Bird, a rich child who has had his life dictated by his father. The teacher and student need to find some way to trust each other and make this situation work. Neither is prepared for what they will encounter.

    This story is written for the Jagged Edges / Unintended Consequences 2017 Anthology

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