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Words of Sight by Demaring Ingk In Progress
Well, let's see. Where to start? The beginning? Of course. There's too many people who've gotten this story wrong. But how do I not do the same? Well, I'll try. My name is Mark, though you might know me as the Lark. I'm one of "The Four." And my story is just the beginning of a larger, more important story, one that has been hushed for too long.

Updated: September 7, 2013 | Published: September 5, 2013 | Reviews: 0

A Night on the Earth by Louis Kemner Completed

A disgruntled alien is behind on his rent, hasn't captured a human for days, and has his boss breathing down his neck. But young Glorck still manages to find a little joy in life.


Updated: September 4, 2013 | Published: August 8, 2013 | Reviews: 5

Planet Raznet by Connor Johnston In Progress

Thousands of years in the future humans are at war, and we're losing. One pilot survives the war in stasis. Eight thousand years later he finds himself in an alien world. And he's not the only one in control of his body.

Updated: September 4, 2013 | Published: August 11, 2013 | Reviews: 0

The Journeyman by Alan Collier Completed

Updated: September 4, 2013 | Published: August 15, 2013 | Reviews: 0

Clay Man by Baxter Huston Completed

If a man sacrifices his humanity for the betterment of the world, is that different from saying he sacrificed it for humanity?  What in blazes is humanity up to lately, and just what the hell do those aliens want with all our sewage? 

Updated: September 4, 2013 | Published: August 12, 2013 | Reviews: 1

The Others by Just another person Completed

Updated: September 4, 2013 | Published: August 15, 2013 | Reviews: 0

Pesky and the Particle by Baxter Huston Completed

Pesky and the Particle

by Baxter Huston

24 November, 1997

11 Chapters


Two loner-loosers from the back-waters of Canada find they hold the future of the human race in their hands.  Who better?  Politicians?  Lawyers?  Industrialists?  No, I think we can all breath a sigh of relief.

Updated: September 4, 2013 | Published: August 11, 2013 | Reviews: 0

Summer of 3022 by Nicole Eshbaugh In Progress

Fall of 3012...

In the ruins of the Smoky Mountains, a fifteen year old girl runs for her life through the forest feeling lost, alone and betrayed. A bullet missed her by about half a foot. Guns, they got guns, she thought as ran. Then, why am I surprised? They had been chasing her for- well, she didn't know how long she’d been running. Her jeans were soaked and muddy. Her shirt was torn and had some dried blood on it. She didn't even know if the blood was hers anymore. Why did he betray me? Even now she could hear Seph calling her name and trying in vain to get her to stop.

“Wisteria! Wisty, just give up! You can't escape! You're out-numbered. Don't make this more difficult or painful than it needs to be!”

Like that is going to happen. I'm not stopping 'till I'm dead, Wisteria thought bitterly. She could hear him coming up behind her. Next thing she knew she was on her sliding down hill she’d just be running up with Seph dragging her down. She lashed out with her foot, kicking him in the face and had the satisfaction of hearing the crunch of his nose. As Seph fell back, Wisteria tried to regain her footing. But felt a sharp pain between her shoulders blades instead, and then everything went black.


Four years later...

Special Agent Hayden Lange was in what used to be Smoky Mountain National Park. Other agents were questioning the hikers. The girl, they had found was just now leaving in the helicopter. She looked to be about his age. He had been called in when the local P.D couldn't identify her, which was odd. Ever since Elector Page, everyone had identification chips implanted in their dominate arm. It was the law. Strange, thought Hayden. That this girl has no ID and is here, of all places. I’m never going to hear the end of this. It would be just my luck to get the only Jane Doe in the country. He sighed and turned to the place where the unconscious girl had been found. He hadn't been in the Appalachian since the Great Extinction.


Hayden Lange had just revived the medical file of his Jane Doe from one of the nurses. Great. The doctor had just confirmed that the girl had complete amnesia. All her answers were either “I don't know” or “I don't remember.” Great, just great! This makes my job so much easier. Hayden thought sarcastically. It was time to call Ace, Hayden's eldest brother. Ace had more experience in matters like this. He wasn’t going to be happy about a Jane Doe. It only took two rings for Ace to pick up.

“Director Lange speaking.”

“Ace, It's Hayden.” He paused, “I have a prob-”

“Hayden, I don’t have time for this.” Ace sound tired. “I’m not cleaning up any of your Probie mistakes.”

“I have a Jane Doe,” Said Hayden put emphases on Jane Doe. “Some hikers found her; she was in the Appalachian range, an old national park called Smoky Mountains.” Hayden leaned against the wall. There was along paused then “What?” short and abrupt just like Ace. Hayden sighed, “Do really I need to repeat myself”

Ace made an irritated sound “No, you don’t. What I meant was what do you mean you have a Jane Doe? She doesn’t have ID chip? Where are you?”

“At the moment we’re at Liberty Hospital. The girl has just woken up. The doctor has been confirmed that she has amnesia and doesn’t have ID chip.”

             “Send me a picture of your Jane Doe, Okay?” Ace sighed “Oh, and how old is she?”

            “Um, she’s seventeen or eighteen. I’m having the hospital check her DNA for any matches. And send her picture your way” Hayden was just finishing send the girl’s picture as a nurse stopped in front of him holding out a folder. Hayden took the folder, as he nodded his thanks to the man and handed him back the medical file of the Jane Doe. As the nurse walked away, Hayden opened the file as he lifted the phone back to ear. “I just received the results of the DNA test, I had the hospital run, I don’t have a name, but it appears that our Jane Doe has an identical twin sister.”

Updated: September 4, 2013 | Published: August 11, 2013 | Reviews: 0

The Host by Jonnah Z. Kennedy Completed

When a homeless girl knocks on a woman's door, the end of the world begins.

Updated: September 4, 2013 | Published: August 24, 2013 | Reviews: 1

The Limit is Not the Sky by Jonnah Z. Kennedy Completed

Even when you reveal your greatest secret, there are still secrets to be found from those that you lost.

Updated: September 4, 2013 | Published: August 24, 2013 | Reviews: 0

Frost Dystopia by Lianne Seller In Progress

The earth has been ravaged by war, famine, disease, and devastating storms. In less than a decade, the population has dwindled from six billion to less than 42,000. There is no law or order. The grid is gone. Everyone is struggling to survive.

A survivor girl who's trying to find her place in this harsh and unforgiving world meets one of the unlikeliest allies she could dream of.

Updated: September 4, 2013 | Published: August 9, 2013 | Reviews: 0

A Jock with Superpowers by James Moncrieff In Progress

Your typical jock named Zack goes about his life, but eventually finds out that he has superpowers. Find out what he'll do as the first boy with Superpowers.

Updated: September 4, 2013 | Published: August 15, 2013 | Reviews: 0

The Center of Infinity by Jonnah Z. Kennedy Completed

A woman learns where her husband is from...

Updated: September 3, 2013 | Published: August 24, 2013 | Reviews: 0

The White Queen by Paige Cook In Progress

They killed her entire family

They made her race into a joke

They imprisoned her for too long

And she gained the powers of Time

Now, she has her armada back, to take revenge on those who wronged her.

Which just happens to be everyone

Updated: September 3, 2013 | Published: August 12, 2013 | Reviews: 0

Megunticook Lane by Tom Sawyer In Progress
This book Is about two friends Shawn and Kevin they are in high school when they stumble upon a beautiful girl Jamie. These three children all in high school have had heart break that most people cant imagine and the fact that all of them went through tragedies at the same time drove them closer together, and farther away from the rest of society to seek their own adventures

Updated: September 3, 2013 | Published: August 27, 2013 | Reviews: 0

Strictly Business by Hannah .. In Progress

When despotic leadership comes into power, people must adapt to survive in this harsh new society. An orphaned heiress finds herself among dangerous and powerful people fighting for her life - some to save it and some to end it. Choices will be made that will change everything as she knows it.

Updated: September 3, 2013 | Published: August 10, 2013 | Reviews: 0

Metra by Catie Greensman In Progress

After anarchy ripped the US apart in the year 1960, Metra was formed around the idea of perfection. Everyone is bred for their job. Everyone is in the correct spot constantly. There are no errors. Four different points of view are explored, leading to an analysis of this society from various perspectives.

Updated: September 3, 2013 | Published: August 14, 2013 | Reviews: 0

Lex Talionis by The Dragonlord Completed

Updated: September 2, 2013 | Published: September 2, 2013 | Reviews: 0

The Visit by The Dragonlord Completed
Now this novella requires some explanation. This story, the first of a trilogy, was inspired by the reports of two policemen (in England) chasing a glowing sphere in their car through the countryside one night. (It's even on YouTube). There have been similar reports in other countries as well, of course. It made me wonder, (if it was true and they weren't both dreaming or under-the-influence) where such a sphere might have come from and why. And that led to an extrapolation of what might happen if it had landed......and that, in turn, led to a second part, and my agent at the time suggested that if I turn it into a trilogy, it might get published. Unfortunately I began to run into trouble near the end of part two, and so I never did finish the third part. Also, you should bear in mind that this was written in 1969, at the height of the cold war,long before the days of mobile phones and other modern technology. And long before Spielberg's magnum opus;- Close Encounters. Interestingly, several aspects of the story have become true, but for different reasons than mine. You'll see what I mean. I am rather pleased that at 21 years old I inadvertently predicted what would prove to be true in 2012.

Updated: September 2, 2013 | Published: September 2, 2013 | Reviews: 0

Food For Thought by The Dragonlord Completed
An exciting new beginning for a young man, travelling to a new world and a new future - but there is something a little tricky about this apparent Uptopia....

Updated: September 2, 2013 | Published: September 2, 2013 | Reviews: 0

Uncoded Fiction by Micheal Crum In Progress

Three scientists work on a project for a mad business man with evil intensions. After five years of hard work this mad man may be the only one that  can help them finish their project. There now on a course to finishing the project, but with some problems. One of the problems is an intruding ex-wife that wants everything that her ex-husband has.  That’s not there only problem with finishing the project and being successful. Now they have to keep the military from finding out about what they’re doing, and finish the project before they’re stopped. Now with some crafty thinking they will have to outsmart the military, and get rid of the ex-wife before they can finish the project.

Updated: September 2, 2013 | Published: August 8, 2013 | Reviews: 0

Desert Heart by Kenzi Swenson Completed

"Waking up is always the hardest part. You never know what memories might crawl in with you in the middle of the night. I've always known this and it still scares me." - A short story. 

Updated: September 2, 2013 | Published: August 24, 2013 | Reviews: 0

Primus by D.M. Gergen In Progress

The Olympic Alliance and Ursa Republic have been at war for centuries, only recently ending in a tense stalemate.  Yet the uneasy peace is on the verge of ending as greed and power tempt mysterious players into the intrigues of politics.  


A series of short stories from various planets in the two galaxies, Primus explores the preqursors for war, betrayal, lust, passion, and hope, only to cumulate in the novel, Kronos.


(Text copyright © 2013 DMG)




Updated: September 1, 2013 | Published: August 21, 2013 | Reviews: 0

The Taken by T.J Brink In Progress
29/8/13- I just wanted to say that this book is currently on hold, until I have time to re-write the first three chapters. The new chapters will probably be different, but the main ideals will still be there. Thank you every one for reviewing this story- feedback is still welcomed and greatly appreciated, you guys rock!

Updated: September 1, 2013 | Published: August 20, 2013 | Reviews: 0

A Gift From The Sky by Joshua Duvert In Progress

A girl loses her parents to a war with a mysterious alien race, and gets captured by them. A year or so later, they have defended themselves from the aliens, but not all is as it seems...

Updated: September 1, 2013 | Published: August 8, 2013 | Reviews: 0