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  1. Makarovia! Yes, I Know Where That is! Sophomore Year

    By R. Eric, in Fiction. 12/18/2017 (Updated: 05/27/2020)

    A real prince marries a man and makes him part of his family.

  2. Camp Lore

    By RichEisbrouch, in Fiction. 05/22/2020 (Updated: 05/26/2020)

    Nine guys at a summer camp. Eight waiters: Rob, Nate, Brian, Greg, Steve, Dan, Paul, Jim. And a counselor: Andy.

    The waiters have a lot of fun in their generous spare time -- the usual camp activities, plus shooting some hoops, playing some cards, and generally messing around. And at least one of them's a joker.

    The counselor has other plans, aiming for a different kind of fun. But fun.

    The story will serialize on Fridays and Tuesdays, but it may slow to once a week, if I get behind.

    Short chapters. Easy reading. Should last into fall. As usual, comments are welcome.

    Enjoy.

  3. The Barnstable Chronicles: Book 5 - Beautiful Boy

    By FlyOnTheWall, in Fiction. 05/15/2020 (Updated: 05/26/2020)

    The fifth book in The Barnstable Chronicles is probably the most requested story.

    Beautiful Boy is the story of Noah Danner, the son of Charlie and Jacob. Noah has always been a favorite character of my readers. YOU SHOULD READ STITCHER AND THE PRODIGY BEFORE READING THIS STORY!

    My challenge is to tell the story from Noah's point of view and remain faithful to his character. At the same time, great care has been taken to be non-offensive.

  4. Black Widow 16. Chronicles Of An Academic Predator (CAP)

    By Mark Arbour, in Fiction. 06/26/2015 (Updated: 05/26/2020)

    This story starts in June of 2003. The invasion of Iraq is over, George Bush has landed on the aircraft carrier and proclaimed "Mission Accomplished", and the insurgency has yet to begin. Some may think America is at the height of its power.

    Meanwhile, in the CAP world:

    JJ and Will, both in doomed relationships that seem to be working. Will they unravel, and if they do, who is behind it?

  5. Circumstances

    By RichEisbrouch, in Fiction. 03/29/2019 (Updated: 05/24/2020)

    This is a collection of my short fiction.

    It's mostly lightweight and meant to be amusing. Not the stuff of thought-provoking, great literature or college classes. And, often, guys misplace their clothes.

    This collection parallels that of my short non-fiction on this site -- Collections.

    Enjoy.

  6. Be The Father Of This Child!

    By Laura S. Fox, in Fiction. 09/29/2019 (Updated: 05/24/2020)

    Jett Huntsman has his business straight, which is to scare schmucks into paying back what’s due. And yeah, he’s making shit tons of money while at it. Mostly because he’s good at it. Not that he brags.

    What he’s not good at, though, is how to deal with seeing a crying baby left in front of his house with the self-explanatory message: “Assume responsibility, asshole!”

    Jett has no time to think things through. He has schmucks to shake for money. So his kid, if that’s his kid, will have to come with him.

    (Full summary inside.)

  7. Shadows of Kin

    By K.J. Stock, in Fiction. 05/15/2020 (Updated: 05/22/2020)

    Genevieve Bale is a descendant from two vastly differing bloodlines. Vampires and Gypsies. And in one night, they both catch up to her. Her gypsy side tries to kill her, and her vampire side saves her.
    After learning the truth about where she comes from, it becomes a race to save those she loves from the same fate. There are many trials she goes through, and many friends made along the way. Not to mention someone that catches her eye.
    Vampires, Gypsies, Faye, Shifters, Guardians, and Dreamwalkers. A world filled with many different races. Gen must survive them all.

  8. Life's Struggles 4. Worth the Struggle

    By Dahawk, in Fiction. 11/29/2019 (Updated: 05/22/2020)

    Continuation of Worth the Struggle series, in this book the kids are growing. The adults lives have evolved as have the multitude of families. The struggles have definitely continued, but so has the fun. Join us as the journey of life continues on.

  9. Collections

    By RichEisbrouch, in Non-Fiction. 01/10/2019 (Updated: 05/19/2020)

    This is a collection of my short non-fiction pieces.

    It's mostly lightweight stuff, just written to make you smile or laugh.

    This collection parallels that of my short fiction on this site -- Circumstances. Also, pretty lightweight.

    Enjoy.

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    The Window of Longing

    By Wolffang, in Fiction. 05/14/2020 (Updated: 05/18/2020)

    These moments are the essence of a life before, that lies dreamily just beyond the window pane. The present is a memory still unfolding that gazes from the outside in. (Short stories related to quarantine).

  11. Post-Humorously

    By RichEisbrouch, in Non-Fiction. 07/16/2018 (Updated: 05/15/2020)

    Writers make mistakes, especially when writing quickly. Students make mistakes, even when writing slowly. Students writing quickly often make lots of mistakes, and they get unintentionally funny. Here are some of them.

    In Germany, it appears there's a whole cult that collects these. In America, we largely have the popular British book Eats Shoots and Leaves by Lynne Truss. This collection follows both of those.

    A friendly caution: A little of these goes a long way, so don't try to read them all at once. They get less funny. Very less funny. Far less funny. Oh so less funny. You were warned.

  12. Prompt's for 2020 7. Prompts and Shorts

    By Caz Pedroso, in Fiction. 05/12/2020 (Updated: 05/12/2020)

    Prompt responses and Short Scene/Stories that won't leave my head alone.

  13. The English Year

    By Jwolf, in Fiction. 08/15/2012 (Updated: 05/06/2020)

    Corbin Crowley didn't intend to fall in love during his junior year at Old Dominion University. But he did... and this is what happened.

  14. Kiss Of An Angel

    By Comicality, in Fiction. 12/19/2010 (Updated: 05/03/2020)

    Ariel has been painfully shy his whole life. Being around cute boys turns him into a clumsy, nervous, wreck. And now that he knows the biggest crush of his life, Randy, has a boyfriend all his own...will he shy away from ever falling in love again? Or will one of Randy's closest friends, Tyler, end up being the angel he was looking for all along?

  15. Same Love

    By D.K. Daniels, in Fiction. 04/26/2020 (Updated: 05/02/2020)

    Escape the current world with heartfelt romance, comedy, and drama during this trying time with a collection of shorts to tide you over. Same Love is a compendium offered from us to all of you to enjoy during this pandemic. Each chapter will be a new author with exciting narratives on offer.

    (Stories by @AC Benus , @Brayon, @Comicality, @D.K. Daniels, @Mikiesboy, @Thorn Wilde, and @Wayne Gray) - New Stories Daily

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