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    The Hexed Prophecy – Prologue

    Identical twins Eben and Henry have been told a story. A tale of the greatest secret never known to mankind. The story of a world where women can fly and breathe under water. That night, they discovered they were a crucial part of this world.

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  • Division Tennessee – Preview Chapter

    By Stephanie Grey. Three years have passed since the zombie outbreak almost destroyed the world. Humanity fought back and the Zombie Response Team was created, an organization that has numerous divisions throughout the United States that are dispatched to destroy the dwindling undead population.

    Division Tennessee Team Leader Elisabeth Mayfair, an Abnormal who gained superhuman abilities after she was bitten, has noticed an unsettling pattern: an uprising of zombies in the small town of Pine Valley. Elisabeth and her team are tested to their limits as they face hordes that appear out of nowhere, a plot that will throw Pine Valley into chaos, and betrayal as they search for the cause of the outbreaks. Will they be able to discover the source in time or will the virus spread and be the downfall of humanity?

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  • In the Guise of a Child – Chapter 1

    Do soul mates exist? Does the universe reserve one special being who can deliver a lifetime of love and bliss for each person on Earth? Or is this just a fantasy some poet invented to give us hope. I never believed in the idea, but then this persistent dream began taking over my life.

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    Author Interview: Stephanie Grey

    Originally posted on Prakash Vir Sharma:
    1) Welcome. Would you please tell a little bit about yourself? I’m Stephanie Grey, author of 2017 Reader’s Choice Nominee A Witchly Influence and…

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  • Hey, Susi

    There once was a supremely talented author who wished to write a short story. So, he queried his humble AI voice assistant for a story idea. His humble AI voice assistant gave him a story idea. The end. 

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  • The Visitor

    by Michael Anthony – With The Great War in its third year, life in Paris was grim. German forces threatened from the east; food was in short supply; and labor unrest spilled out into the streets. Yet, for Louis Villiers, there was one constant – Thursday evenings when the bells of Saint-Pierre de Montmartre chimed seven times.

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  • No More Coffee Blues

    by Jake Cosmos Aller I love coffee Always have And coffee has loved me back But lately, I have soured on her Soured on the whole coffee scene On the

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  • Ruin Me

    by Arlene Antoinette Your words of love ruin me. Your caresses negate my hate.  My anger, your kisses wash away. Your love gives hope, breathes life into my dreams. You

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  • Ode to Coffee

    by Jake “Cosmos” Aller – Mistress of sacred love Sacred lady of desire You start my day Setting my heart on fire With your dark delicious flavor And throughout the day Whenever the mean old blues come by You chase them away With your bittersweet ambrosial brew Every time I inhale your witches’ brew

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  • Talk to Me

    by Henry Simpson – “Talk to me,” Bell whispered to the empty room. She slouched, half asleep in her chair, listening to the faint sound of the surf, watching the yellowish flickering in the fireplace. At last, alone in the darkness, she slept.

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Poetry

Short Stories

The Visitor

by Michael Anthony – With The Great War in its third year, life in Paris was grim. German forces threatened from the east; food was in short supply; and labor unrest spilled out into the streets. Yet, for Louis Villiers, there was one constant – Thursday evenings when the bells of Saint-Pierre de Montmartre chimed seven times.

Latest Chapters

hexed prophecy gremlin creative

The Hexed Prophecy – Prologue

Identical twins Eben and Henry have been told a story. A tale of the greatest secret never known to mankind. The story of a world where women can fly and breathe under water. That night, they discovered they were a crucial part of this world.

Flash Fiction

Hey, Susi

There once was a supremely talented author who wished to write a short story. So, he queried his humble AI voice assistant for a story idea. His humble AI voice assistant gave him a story idea. The end. 

Glue

As a teenager, he built model airplanes in his bedroom retreat, got lightheaded on the glue, listened to Odetta while he built, listened to Ledbelly, Muddy Waters.

Heaven

I got too close to Heaven. Angels melted my face. It’s not that they lacked compassion or had a cruel streak—they were just following the laws of Physics. Even angels must follow those laws.