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Price: Free! Words: 1,390. Language: English. Published: July 17, 2014. Categories: Fiction » Science fiction » Short stories
A man goes to great lengths to be reunited with his missing wife, only to experience a fate far worse than death. Eternally.
Poop Journeys: Corn Poop
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 1,290. Language: English. Published: June 28, 2013. Categories: Fiction » Humor & comedy » Satire
This is the entertaining story about two kernels of corn who meet and fall in love. The story begins in the stomach and ends...well, love can be shitty.
Spiders Know A Thing Or Two
Price: Free! Words: 620. Language: English. Published: April 25, 2012. Categories: Fiction » Children’s books » Short Stories
This is a children's short story about life lessons from an unusual source.

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  • Simba on Nov. 28, 2012

    Sweet but sad story. :)
  • The Globe (A Christmas Story) on Dec. 05, 2012

    A PERFECT story for this time of year. :) Loved it. My only non-positive thing to say -- and I have been guilty of this in my writing many, many times -- is that the ending was a bit abrupt.
  • Cape Cod Blues on Dec. 10, 2012

    I thought this was very well-written and I enjoyed the story. I was confused by the "adult-content" rating though because there are no curse words nor is there any sexual content.
  • The Journal on Dec. 14, 2012

    Excellent teaser - leaves you wanting more. The story was a bit expository in parts but it's a journal so it works for this format. Think I'm going to have to read more for sure.
  • Alas, Too Soon The Bloom Is Off The Flowers! on Jan. 12, 2014

    This was a well-written, brief piece of prose. As soon as I submit this, I am going to see what else this author has to offer.
  • Why Am I Here? on Jan. 12, 2014

    Not a "religious" story - it's just a well-written, nice, sweet tale for children and adults alike.
  • The Candidate on Jan. 12, 2014

    Any kind of humor is subjective and while this might appeal to some and be very funny, I am clearly not the target audience. This piece seems a little angry even though it's satire, there are typos and the words don't flow as smoothly as in this author's other work. I'm still a fan of this author, just not this story. :(
  • Empathism: A Short Psychological Analysis of Social Media on Jan. 12, 2014

    Interesting. I have often thought that humans are caught in sort of an endless loop - we are distanced by technology because we 'talk' online more than we talk in person, thus technology is what brings us together - sort of a double-edged sword. This piece focused on 'why' people post what they post on Facebook. Have you given any thought to the broader topic of humanity and technology?
  • I Want to Believe on July 28, 2014

    This was genuine. I have a feeling the author could write endlessly on this topic. A complex topic for sure, with many views. What if it is all just a dog and pony show?
  • Foreign Relations on Aug. 10, 2014

    This story has a poignant message. I liked it. Just one thing that bothered me a bit - I've never seen "World War Two" spelled out like that. I think it should be "World War II." Sorry to be so picky but in such a short piece, a typo can really affect the readability.