Rag Bone

21 Apr 19
Michael Abberton

Part Nine of Everyone a Winner Victor stepped out of the pub, missing the two steps at the door and falling headlong into the street. Luckily there was no traffic at this time of night, and also somehow he’d managed to keep his feet, stumbling across the entire width of the road and grasping like […]

21 Apr 19
The View from the Cheap Seats

I was confused yesterday because I realized I was a letter behind. I couldn’t figure out how that could be — until I realized I did 2 posts for the letter N! So here I am, Easter Sunday, getting caught up! For the letter R, let me introduce you to a musical artist I discovered […]

21 Apr 19
Anathema

Previous chapter       Wisp kept her eyes behind the gas mask’s lenses locked on his, hoping that he wouldn’t ask too many questions about the backpack, the massive firefly swarm or the gun she wasn’t even trying to keep concealed anymore. He glanced at the holster with fleeting interest. Still not taking her […]

21 Apr 19
The Magnificat

By: Laurence Tayag “Momma! Momma!”, I cried out as I begged my momma to buy me a new toy. “I am sorry, my little one”. She said while she was caressing my cheeks, “but we cannot afford that thing”. I wanted the toy badly so I deepened my cries. I’ve been throwing tantrums ever since […]

21 Apr 19
Ordinary Times

A Mother’s Day Horror Story

21 Apr 19
desmith04

Donald E. Smith Sylvania Community Church The Resurrection of Christ April 21, 2019 Introduction As we gather today, it is wonderful to know that hundreds of millions of people all over the world are celebrating the resurrection of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, the Son of God who entered into the time, space and […]

21 Apr 19

جوان

And then use the following code: One Fall 1952 So, then. You want a story and I will tell you one. But just the one. Don’t either of you ask me for more. It’s late, and we have a long day of travel ahead of us, Pari, you and I. You will need your sleep […]

21 Apr 19
French Brighton

This is the story of Ovingdean resident Sally White, who lived in Paris for three decades and was for many years a bouquiniste – the first foreign-born person to get a licence to sell books on the banks of the Seine.

21 Apr 19
Adonay´s Thoughts

Every day Facebook is increasingly crazy. This social network is becoming an adventure every time you click to start (I have no idea why) but I think it’s a good idea to try to convey all those crazy things that happen on Facebook that I’m sure many people are interested in, ( Oh, maybe not). […]

21 Apr 19
STORIES BY XPANTHER

Feature Writer: Polaris / Feature Title: Deadly Doctor Mila / Story Codes: Snuff, Violence, Amputation, Abortion / Contact: polaris_81@hotmail.com / Copyright: 2013 Polaris
 / Synopsis: An abortion doctor conducts horrific human experiments on her patients /   Deadly Doctor Mila Mila was spending the afternoon relaxing at her estate, when she heard the doorbell ring. […]

20 Apr 19
David Murphy

Trouble Aboard the Maiden’s Travel Without Any Trouble is my novel. It’s about a man named Bud Barrowston who struggles to be reaccepted into everyday society after his time in the penitentiary.  It’s about the villainous Captain Dylan who raids a yacht, the Travel Without Any Trouble.  It’s about Sierra, a young woman going through a divorce, […]

20 Apr 19
The Magic Shop

“Wayne always did like his ribs”  Larry Wilton whispered to his buddy, Carl Miller. Carl spat out a piece of chewed tobacco and mumbled back,  “Ain’t that the truth?” It was dinnertime once again here in the town of  Sawyer’s Mills and that meant it was time for the daily chow-down.  Larry and Carl sat […]

20 Apr 19
JohnRFultz.com

Chapter 7.  A Free Road The entire caravan consisted of Pepper Domo and an iron carriage pulled by a green-skinned tiger. Svetlana had spent the night comfortably in one of Domo’s guest rooms. She said goodbye to Gehosopha over breakfast. Domo had yet to show himself when the hyep departed. Perhaps the Apothecary had drank too much […]

20 Apr 19
gwledig

HIV; REALITY OR ARTEFACT?By Stefan Lanka Continuum April/May 1995 An error can never become true however many times you repeat it. The truth can never be wrong, even if no one ever hears about it. Mahatma Gandhi ============= For the past 10 years or so it has been the accepted wisdom that the human immuno-deficiency […]

20 Apr 19
Stonehenge Circle Writers

Welcome back to read this week’s stories.  Our prompt was: On vacation for the first time in years, an out of work writer wakes up in a strange house. Two of our writers tackled this prompt, putting it into two different genres. ******************* Cheryl Mahoney: “It’s just that no one wants half-orc stories this season,” […]

20 Apr 19
"The Surpassing Greatness of Knowing Christ My Lord" Phil. 3:8 (NIV)

Can A Person Choose To Be A Christian?   The answer is found in the pages of the Bible. The Bible is the Word of God, the Word of God is Jesus Christ and Jesus Christ is the Truth.   John 14:6, “Jesus answered, “I am the way and the truth and the life. No […]

20 Apr 19
YAHWEH-NISSI

To what purpose is this waste? — Mat_26:8 A Strange Deed Lives Forever The scene was Bethany, and the time was near the end. A few more days and the earthly life of Jesus would be over. Jesus and His disciples are seated at their evening meal, when a woman, whom from other sources we […]