Submitted by littlerocksilver on Sat, 2013/05/04 - 6:04pm
Soaring With Eagles, Part 10, Chapters 35, 36, 37 & 38
By Portia Bennett
Introduction: Their careers continue to develop at a rapid pace. With increased rank comes greatly increased responsibility. More and more what one does and where one goes is dictated by immediate needs, not long range planning. Angie finds herself thrust into a squadron commander's position in the latest war zone in the Middle East. Fred is the top pilot for Air Force One, and Matt is now a group commander for more than 1200 Security forces personnel.
The other novels in this story in the order they were written are: The Heart of the Beholder, The Narragansett Fork, Musetta's Waltz, Who is Sylvia, Five Love Stories en Brochette, The Redhead and the PM, and St. George and the Dragon.
I comforted my Husband/Sister/Mistress, she had been bleeding from the surgery the Gorean had put her through, I had gotten there just as they were starting to cut on her 'clit.'. The Gorean's had already done a breast augmentation, The Goddess had come back to me, and I saved my lover.
Michael, now able to see his wife and daughter through an unknown power, assumes the identity of Angel in order to stop Dwayne and save the two he loves. The exciting conclusion to Season One of Angel.
The final battle swiftly approaches and it has been given to me to complete a task so monumental that it may be the sole means by which the Jotun can be defeated. All of Midgard and the goddesses themselves depend on me. Am I up to the task, or will I fail and doom the entirety of human existence to total annihilation?
Submitted by Enemyoffun on Sun, 2012/10/14 - 10:31am
Season of The Witch - Part Twenty Five (Conclusion)
Kelly is from a prominent family of witches but has no magic power to speak of. When his parents decide to leave the country without him and he's shipped off to live with relatives, that's the least of his problems.
Submitted by WannabeGinger on Mon, 2012/09/03 - 8:05am
The First Queen in the Village 23
The party’s over and it’s time to leave. Each partygoer will have their own thoughts about what Christine and Astrid have said. It’s for them now to go home and to decide if they would like to explore, in a very gentle way, the changing of their partners, spouses, and lovers.
Submitted by TiffanyShar on Sat, 2012/08/18 - 11:25am
Bears Know Best
Part 28 of 28
by Tiffany Shar
Edited by Carla Ann
Thirteen year-old Taylor Landt’s step-mother believes that he should be the next great football player for the high school he’ll be attending in the fall. Having a dad who is an accomplished professional linebacker, and growing up surrounded by professional football coaches and players should all but guarantee his ability to dominate on the field. Unfortunately he hates playing football, and knows his height and build will never allow him to be successful at the sport. Faced with an obsessive step-mother who ignores his obvious talents in other areas but instead thinks he is a blight on his father’s reputation, Taylor does the unthinkable and moves to Ohio to live with his mother who abandoned their family and left him with his father eight years ago.
Soon after his arrival, Taylor discovers there’s more to his inability to follow in his fathers’ footsteps than just his height. Will it be possible for him to make friends in a new town in the middle of nowhere outside the shadow of his dad's fame? Will Taylor be able to finally make peace with his mother who abandoned them all those years ago? And how long can he keep his secrets to himself?
This is the final part of the story. The sequel, "Dancers Within." will be posted in a couple of days. Thanks to Patricia Allen again for proofing. I've been trying to attach a photo to go with the story, but seem to be technology challenged,
"I can't believe they wrote that on his locker," Claire said as they were waiting for their class to begin.
"What was written, where?” asked Ava Perez, who was another student in the class, but went to a different school.
"Someone wrote Ballerina Boy on Kyle's locker at school," Beth replied.
Submitted by Kaleigh Way on Thu, 2012/08/02 - 3:31pm
"No, Ben, No. There are no ghosts in real life. It's only pretend. Ghosts exist only in stories and movies, never in real life."
I sighed. "Okay, then. Let's talk about a story. Let's say we both just started reading a story, a ghost story. And in this story a man named Ben sees a ghost named May. Not in real life; just a story. In that story, what would Ben do?"
Claudia's lips tightened, and she looked angry.
The End Of May: part three of three, by Kaleigh Way
Submitted by dorothycolleen on Wed, 2012/07/11 - 5:08am
Quest for the Silver Cleric Chapter 25, Lady’s Choice.
Author's note: This is the final chapter of this story. My thanks to all those who took the time to read it, and special thanks to all those who took the time to comment.
Time ticked by, but I was no closer to making a decision.
I had been presented with a horrible choice - To allow the Void to continue its attempts to take over a world I had come to love, or to never see that world again, or the people of it, including the man who I had married.
Submitted by dorothycolleen on Thu, 2012/07/05 - 10:50am
Quest for Silver Cleric Chapter 21: To the Dwarves we go.
This chapter is really short, sorry.
In the morning, the Elves made us one last breakfast, and then we packed and prepared to leave. We rode to the edge of the Elven lands, and then Orym gave us a blessing, saying, “May Eru, the One, the Creator of all things be with you all.”
I bowed, and said, “Thank you.” and then turned away to face the trail that would lead us to the Dwarves, and we began to ride.
I was to never set foot in that blessed land again.
Archie was an orphan who never suspected that there was anything out of the ordinary about himself. After bedding a beautiful stranger, he soon finds a strange hunger has awaken within him and learns he is anything but ordinary.
Submitted by dorothycolleen on Sat, 2012/04/07 - 4:59pm
The Dead Kid Returns chapter 8: The House of Grief
Someone once said,”Crying is all right in its own way while it lasts. But you have to stop sooner or later, and then you still have to decide what to do.” Once Bethany had cried for a while, she realized the truth of that statement.
She resolved that no matter what it took, she’d help her friend recover from whatever had happened to her to make her what she was.
Submitted by Kaleigh Way on Tue, 2012/03/20 - 4:45pm
When I walked home, I was in a total daze. My mind was still in a whirl from the stake out last night and the chase,
and I hadn't gotten much sleep. Because of all that, and after hearing about Blair, I was so caught up
that I forgot something very important. Luckily, that something — I mean that someone — hadn't forgotten me.
The Madonna Of The Future: A Marcie Donner Story, by Kaleigh Way
The view from the deck of the yacht was breathtaking.
A calm sea. She could easily see the stars in the sky, it was so dark.
There was a coolness in the air.
"You know Howard, I could easily imagine it," she told the man who had been her personal assistant not long after settling into a position at Pierpont International after she graduated at the top of her class at Harvard. She was expected to rise quickly in the family business, which she did.
Her brother Michael ran the company. He was the president and CEO.
Submitted by Jillian Marie on Thu, 2012/03/01 - 12:34am
Chapter One Hundred-one
Bob’s attention was drawn to the sound of the door opening and heels clicking on the tile. When he looked in that direction he saw Tanya and their mother returning from the exam rooms. He nudged his Dad, who then also looked in their direction.
Standing up, Bob asked, “Everything all right?”
Tanya grinned and said, “Nothing a little Motrin won’t cure.”
“Good,” he added as he nudged his Dad to say something.
“I’m glad you’re all right,” Dad reluctantly offered.
"Your honor, I believe there is a bit more to this recording that might help to clear things up for everyone." Mr. Darvin said. The judge gave him the go ahead to play the rest of the recording. Aunt Karen looked smug, probably figuring she'd won. She even glared at me with a smile, which was a weird combination if you ask me. But the smile went away fast!
On the recording I was watching aunt Karen leave the room. I waited for a few seconds and then dropped the doll and ran up to the camera, "If anybody sees this, please help me! She made me say all that stuff, and wear these clothes. I don't want to be a girl, I like being a guy! Look what she did!" In the recording I pulled my dress up so you could see all the bruises on my stomach and chest. They were pretty ugly looking, worse than I realized, really. I pulled it down real quick and look to make sure aunt Karen wasn't there before continuing.
"My aunt is crazy! Please, if anybody sees this, GET ME OUT OF HERE!" I said in the recording.