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    Things i find helpful

    By Winged_Wolf, in Writing Tips. 04/24/2018 (Updated: 04/24/2018)

    worksheets and tips that i find are helpful for when i am working. you are more than welcome to copy and use for yourself!

  2. The alternative boy

    By Frenzy, in Non-Fiction. 04/25/2018 (Updated: 04/25/2018)

    This is an autobiographic story. It goes back to 2014 and is still in development. The main character, Clyde, meets an alternative boy and there builds more and more tension between them.

    Some details are changed and the names of the characters have been made up.

    Clyde is a transgender male (female to male). He had chest surgery and he got his ovaries and womb removed. He can't get pregnant. He hasn't had bottom surgery (yet). This means he has female genetalia. His clitoris has grown due to the use of testosteron. He looks masculine and by no means people would suspect that Clyde was physical female at birth.

  3. Basketball diaries

    By Aviana, in Non-Fiction. 07/16/2017 (Updated: 07/16/2017)

    These are short poems relating to my favourite sport: Basketball, which I couldn't continue because of some health issues!

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    A Defining Moment In Time

    By cognac69, in Writing Tips. 08/26/2018 (Updated: 08/26/2018)

    A response to Prompt #694 - Creative

    Tag - First Line, I'm tired of this, so I'm going home!

    It prompted me to think of an event in my past and decided to share, maybe give you something to think about.

    It's reasonably accurate and factual.

  5. The Letter Archives

    By Henry_Henry2012, in Non-Fiction. 04/20/2013 (Updated: 04/20/2013)

    The letter archives comprise of collections of essays and letters written by: lovers, friends, brothers, sisters, acquaintances, and alike, which span across: generations, religion, culture, region, color, age, and of time. At a point in our existence, one must question oneself as to what makes the human condition. And these are but a sample of the processes of what people have in their lives.

  6. I Know It's Goodbye

    By Jason MH, in Non-Fiction. 12/25/2018 (Updated: 12/25/2018)

    I say that life doesn't always give us happily ever after and neither should writers. This story is the reason I believe that.

    This is a true story, a tale of lust, romance, love, and loss.

    It's the best story I can tell because it means the most to me.

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    RndmRunners Short Pieces

    By Rndmrunner, in Non-Fiction. 10/18/2012 (Updated: 10/18/2012)

    Short works of Fiction or non-fiction

  8. That Call You Don't Want

    By jamessavik, in Non-Fiction. 01/09/2019 (Updated: 01/09/2019)

    Memorial for a Big Brother

  9. St. Molly

    By RichEisbrouch, in Non-Fiction. 07/07/2018 (Updated: 07/07/2018)

    Our dog Molly, with guest appearances by Rocky, her boon companion, and Fluffy, her mentor.

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    The Adventures of a Dutch Dyke

    By PatatMet, in Non-Fiction. 04/24/2013 (Updated: 04/24/2013)

    The adventures of a Dutch Dyke is a autobiographical story and it's about growing up in a small village, comingout, disasterous dates, gay holidays and some sad experiences.

  11. Excerpts

    By prettyname, in Non-Fiction. 02/23/2013 (Updated: 02/23/2013)

    Short excerpts of thoughts on my life. I'm not sure what this will become or what I will talk about. It feels more like an organized and focused journal than an actual story. I feel these thoughts are worth sharing, though.

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    Via Contorta - a Stein-ish tale of lunacy in motion

    By Lux Apollo, in Non-Fiction. 05/29/2016 (Updated: 05/29/2016)

    A brief take on my life up until now written in a very stylized idiom inspired by Gertrude Stein.

  13. The Amazing Graham and Scott

    By zanoGreen, in Non-Fiction. 08/31/2015 (Updated: 08/31/2015)

    Scott and Graham were just two average 20 somethings living in New York. Until one day they discover they have unique abilities that bond them closer as friends or maybe even more than friends.

  14. Escapism

    By Escapist, in Non-Fiction. 12/12/2015 (Updated: 12/12/2015)

    A collection of short thoughts and experiences

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