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  • Fiction > Sci-fi/Fantasy
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    The bar was quite full for this time of night—a whirlwind of colors and sound that danced in my vision. I kept my eye out for any potential clients. Granted, they would look for me but I always liked to be on top of things. The bartender caught my eye after a few moments and he slid down my usual ...
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    The people who knew me well—and that in itself was very few—knew all about my tendency to quote. It could be a famous line from a movie, an iconic snippet from a book or something I’d heard on the streets. I played around with quotes all the time, borrowing words from Dr. Seuss, Gandhi, even T...
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    The boat rocked to and fro, causing the room to tilt like a child’s toy. The cold, unforgiving Mediterranean Sea smashed against the hull, making it sound as if we were under constant attack. While most of the crew roamed the top deck, I was lying in my chambers trying to keep my food where it bel...
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    “WELCOME TO CAMP!!” “WELCOME TO CAMP!!!” “WELCOME TO CAMP!!!!” My eyes opened. Stupid CITs. They were always as annoying as hell when the campers arrived. I rolled over and looked at the door. I was in Cabin Six, with six other girls my age and one counselor. Everyone except a wiry gi...
  • Fiction > Scripts & Plays
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    (NARRATOR appears on darkened stage) NARRATOR: Every twenty years or so, the planets of our solar system come together to debate what is happening in the universe. (As he says this, nine figures appear on stage. Some sit in chairs while others stand.) And this year, year 2012, is one of those tim...
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    My mind came out of the fog. The lights above me were bright, almost enough to hurt my eyes. I tried to cover my eyes with my hands, but it was impossible because I was strapped to the table. I started to thrash around and try to get out. The people around me tried to control me, but they kept their...
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    I’ve always had a vivid imagination. I could conjure up strange creatures and vivid stories as soon as I could fluently speak. I’d be the one who scribbled stories of princesses and pirates and wizards when other kids my age were practicing their penmanship. At that time, my quirkiness was so...
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    Palace life was amazing. We had the best food, the softest nests, an audience who always loved to watch us, and so many other things that I can’t remember. Even though the palace was full of wonderful things, I was discontent. Taggor had not made any hint to his father that he wanted me as a femal...
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    The idea was insane. Could the Phantom of the Opera be . . . real? Well, there was an opera house in Paris that could be ‘the’ Opera House. But still, the idea was incomprehensible. “This cannot be happening,” I muttered. “Well, it is,” Erik replied. Our fellow actors around us were s...
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    Erik and I were the best of friends. He would stick up for me, and I would stick up for him too. He would share his lunch, and I would share mine. We’d been friends since both of us could barely walk. And now, in our freshman year of high school, that bond of friendship was still there. Many said...
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    After the incident at the Paris Opera House, I fled. I cursed myself multiple times for being a coward, but that place had too many bad memories. I chided with myself, saying it would be better for me if I could just get the h*ll out of there. And also, everyone at the Opera knew who I was now. I ...
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    “And now, last but certainly not least . . . the scarred boy!” I sighed. No normal person had to endure such hardships. While they sat, drinking their tea and chatting about the weather, I had to perform for audiences that saw me as an animal, not a human. The cage I sat in rolled forwards, a...
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    Surprisingly, things went back to normal. Well, normal as it could be. After I recharged my battery (I run on a battery that emits enough electricity to keeps me alive), I settled back into the Jedi routine. I went on a few missions and taught a few classes to the young Padawans. After a while, peo...
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    When I dance, it usually takes a while for me to get into it, but this time it happened almost immediately. I pranced along with the beat of a low-sounding drum and my mind slipped into another world. Two males were competing for me, and both were very determined to get me. One of them was Hapti, th...
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    Many Greek myths have been twisted over the years. Things have been taken out, added, and edited. The characters of these famous myths have remained silent, until now. There are many myths that have been edited, but the first one that has been thrown into the spotlight is the story of the abduction ...
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    The two travelers stepped into the Cantina, and sat down at the bar. From what I could tell, they were Jedi, mainly because they were still in their tan and brown Jedi robes and their lightsabers were resting at their sides. “Hey!” I called out over the din of the Cantina. “I suggest that yo...
  • Fiction > Historical Fiction
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    My brother was always the one that got all the attention. He was the next heir to the throne and would someday rule over our great empire. And then there was me. I didn’t matter because I wasn’t the true heir. Well, if my brother died, I would take his place. But he was perfectly healthy. Father...
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    There were silent stalkers in the tall grass. They blended in perfectly, their sleek golden pelts melting into the grass around them. Their bellies barely scraped the ground as they advanced on their target. A large herd of wildebeest was situated where there was rich, green grass. One of the stalke...
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    I never knew that my own uncle was a mummy. Yeah, that’s a shocker. But I was still struggling with my own memories and with my new memories of being a pharaoh. Tutankhamen and Rameses, a.k.a Tommy and Andy, were dealing with it also, and we were slowly starting to go under the deep end. “God,...
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    If you’re reading this, make sure no one but yourself gets a hold of it. I know you think that my brothers, Tommy and Andy, and I are weird. I knew that our names have been in countless news stories. Why? My brothers and I were accidentally locked up in the Cairo Museum of Egyptology. Yeah, it...
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    People pass me, some staring stupidly, others looking away after a little glimpse. I wasn’t supposed to be here. If I could get out, I would find someone that loved me for who I am. I’m supposed to be in the arms of a little girl, not in a museum case. I try not to move, but I give in. I move my...

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