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Since September 15, 2013
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I am a new writer! Except, I did write a bit when I was younger. Pretentious would be a good way of describing them. I don't want to talk about them. Join me for my year of discipline and improvement. My goal is to write an hour everyday, or almost everyday, for a year. I am going to have to write a lot of short stories. I hope that in a year I can look back and see a noticeable improvement. A secondary goal is to write a novel after that.
    Rated: ASR · Animal · #2238058
    What kind of impression does a cat leave behind?
    Rated: E · Supernatural · #2237995
    What could music awake in the dark?
    Rated: E · Sci-fi · #2235319
    Sealed away among the unknown, among the many, safe from them and myself.
    Rated: E · Political · #2199589
    A poem about the banal capitalist-dystopia we live in.
    Rated: ASR · Horror/Scary · #2199305
    Are there creatures who haunt dreams to consume and liquify your thoughts?
    Rated: E · Fantasy · #2197299
    He can have anything he wants, but he isn't sure he really needs anything.
    Rated: E · Animal · #2197296
    Why would our human never open the kitchen window? What were they hiding behind the glass?
    Rated: E · Action/Adventure · #2195097
    They took them all, put them all in a prison camp, and only I and my friend can save them!
    Rated: 13+ · Horror/Scary · #2195096
    Something waits beneath the graphical flat water
    Rated: E · Political · #2193155
    A quick poem I wrote about feelings that I have been having lately.
    Rated: E · Horror/Scary · #2185604
    What do you do when what you believe is different from what you grow up learning.
    Rated: E · Sci-fi · #2182276
    If you shake this snow globe, the world will shatter.
    Rated: E · Sci-fi · #2178834
    As he woke up in a different room, he saw the Monolith calling him beyond his feet.
    Rated: E · Cultural · #2173679
    Alley tries to help her friend, but she is not always successful.
    Rated: E · Political · #2173678
    A professor who doesn't like being questioned is confronted by his students.
    Rated: E · Religious · #2173677
    A Christian is terrified of the doubt that he feels.
    Rated: E · Comedy · #2173675
    An atheist is visited by God for tea and has to reconsider his beliefs.
    Rated: E · Animal · #2173674
    A cat is locked away in a terrifying situation.
    Rated: E · Comedy · #2172251
    Martha's granddaughter showed up with questionable fashion, but she still loved her.
    Rated: E · Other · #2171138
    He didn't like killing things, but spiders inside had to die.
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