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Mon, 24th May 2010 | Bluehound

Mousie Brown - a shortish story

On entering the room she admired the man's physique, he was so powerful and strong yet supple and flexible; she crossed the floor to meet him. Mrs Brown always wore a disguise when she met her three men, a different wig and a different name for each. The one she was meeting now thought she was a blonde named Lucy. It was so liberating to be someone else, even for a short while and she had become addicted to the thrill of it. Besides her...


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Sat, 07th Jun 2014 | Talisman

The Untold Story Of Byron & Shelley Chapter 6

Two poets are held at gun point in a barn. 'For Christ's sake Byron. I only said to ask for lodgings for the night. Not to lodge yourself in his daughter.' 'Sorry Shelley. I didn't mean to do it. It just happened.' Shelley turns abruptly, to face his friend. 'Just happened, you rancid whore-monger. How did it 'just happen'?' 'She was bent over the well, and,' Byron looked meekly down at his...


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Wed, 28th Jul 2010 | sammie

The Final Inspection

Read this and loved it, author unknow. THE FINAL INSPECTION The soldier stood and faced God, Which must always come to pass. He hoped his shoes were shining, Just as brightly as his brass. 'Step forward now, you soldier, How shall I deal with you ? Have you always turned the other cheek ? To My Church have you been true?' The...


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Wed, 23rd Mar 2011 | EcoWorrier

A Short extract from REDEEMING FACTOR by LEWIS ADLER

As promised, here's a very short first extract from my newly published e-novel "Redeeming Factor" - written under my pen-name of Lewis Adler - and available in e-book form only from Amazon-Kindle; iBookstore for Apple iPad and very soon from Sony and Barnes & Noble too. I will obviously add one...


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Sat, 18th Aug 2012 | DavidLoweBBCRadio

REDEEMING FACTOR ~ CHAPTER 18

THROUGHOUT 1964, Derek kept a promise to Lisa. He tried hard to create a meaningful rapport with her mother, but he constantly found himself at odds with her distorted views on social standing. In particular, he found it impossible to fathom why...


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Tue, 03rd Feb 2009 | pjhoppy

Political Poetry...

We are in an economic downturn, and things are looking bleak, revenues are declining, and sales are past their peak. People are losing jobs, the banks wont even lend, So people dont have money, for...


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Tue, 30th Aug 2011 | MasterSignwriter

Punchline - A Short Story

I look in the mirror at my broken reflection and I sound like im laughing. The man slips on a banana skin. A chair breaks beneath a drunken uncle...


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Mon, 20th Sep 2010 | Susie

In The Stores

I hated it, hated every second. Working nights, stacking shelves, back and forth, grab the items...


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Mon, 27th Feb 2012 | LindseyBethen

March Competition - Best Year

My Dad was really cool, good looking, trendy,...


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