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TITLE
Lytle Creek Trek
AUTHOR
D Harrison
DESCRIPTION
About revisiting and remembering times spent hiking with my father in the mountains of Lytle Creek. [1,000 words]
READERS' REVIEWS
COPYRIGHT NOTICE
1998 D Harrison
STORYMANIA PUBLICATION DATE
June 1999
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TITLE
Utter Untruths, A Collection
AUTHOR
Jemima James
DESCRIPTION
Utter Untruths:Compulsive Liar finds happiness. [1,750 words]
Ushered Out: If you've ever sat through a terrible play, then pity the poor usher who has to sit through it again and again and again. This usher goes mad after 47 and a half performances. [2,900 words]
READERS' REVIEWS
"Surreal and snappy; kept me hooked - written by a mind full of giblets! Worth a look and worth expanding, Jemima, maybe: surrealism apart, real people act like this, sometimes. I know some; do you?" -- Joel Seath, Portsmouth, Hants, England
"I like the way you write and I enjoyed the story very much." -- Jenine Boisits, Shirley, New York, USA
"Ushered Out is as strong as Untruths, Jemima. I like your style. Really. Mail me sometime (you'll find me). I like the way your mind works!!" -- Joel Seath, Portsmouth, England
"Absolutely BRILLIANT!!! Love the way u write... the best in this whole website I think lol" -- Romsy, Illinois, USA

"This is FAB-U-LOUS! Thank God, I thought never find anything good on this web-site! Unfortunately, I am now getting very hostile looks from the librarian for laughing so much . . .(!)" -- Harriet Nicholas
"Well, I've been told off by the librarian now.I don't think I'll ever be able to sweet talk him out of a fine for like . . . ever. I LOVE this story. You find the most mundane things and make them so funny - it is incredible! Jemima, you are a goddess!" -- Harriet Nicholas
COPYRIGHT NOTICE
1999 Jemima James
STORYMANIA PUBLICATION DATE
June 1999
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TITLE
Protect and Serve
AUTHOR
Edward D Adams
DESCRIPTION
Story about a police officer caught in the middle of illegal activity in his profession and his sworn duty to uphold the law. After seeking help from a well-known private investigator, he is gunned down and labeled a “Dirty Cop.” As the investigator pieces together the information, he finds corruption goes all the way to the top and the only way to clear the officer’s name is by knocking over the pyramid. [4,600 words, Mystery/Suspense]
READERS' REVIEWS
"I think you have a knack for this and should lengthen this into a book length manuscript. You write very well. Keep it up" -- Linda Brainard, Kingsland, Texas, USA
"Excellent. Great dialogue.  Character has "character." Plausible twist of events and character reaction.  Needs better editor." -- Punch
COPYRIGHT NOTICE
1999 Edward D Adams
STORYMANIA PUBLICATION DATE
June 1999
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TITLE
The Figure
AUTHOR
Mike Hanson
DESCRIPTION
A Teenage Boy spies on his old-lady neighbor across the alley, finding terrifying results. Recommended especially for fans of Alfred Hitchcock's Rear Window, and John Carpenter's Halloween. [1,450 words, Suspense]
READERS' REVIEWS
"Hey your story is great, I really enjoyed it.  Keep writing those stories and I'll keep reading." -- Jake Pavel
COPYRIGHT NOTICE
1999 Mike Hanson
STORYMANIA PUBLICATION DATE
June 1999
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TITLE
The Last Tenant, A Collection of Stories
AUTHOR
Richard Koss
DESCRIPTION
The Last Tenant: A very brief little tale about the last few minutes in the life of a homeless panhandler, with a little twist. Also a rendition in verse of the same. [600 words]
Alvin: Tale of a nerdy teenage boy's desparate attempt to escape the domination and ridicule of those around him, especially his father and brother. [2,200 words]
READERS' REVIEWS
COPYRIGHT NOTICE
1999 Richard Koss
STORYMANIA PUBLICATION DATE
June 1999
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TITLE
Into the Knight
AUTHOR
Tony Police
DESCRIPTION
It's a short story entailing the birth of a hero and his nemesis in a city filled with crime. It is the initial installment of a series of works that I have written. The series follows the ever changing life of the hero, the Knight Hawk. The Knight Hawk's greatest enemy is the Jackal, who he meets in this installment. The story follows along the lines of a comic book based novel, much like Batman or Spiderman. [11,200 words, Adventure]
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COPYRIGHT NOTICE
1999 Tony Police
STORYMANIA PUBLICATION DATE
June 1999
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TITLE
Salugi at Starbucks
AUTHOR
Richard Grayson
DESCRIPTION
This is a story told from the point of view of a narrator in Tallahassee and the emails he receives from a friend in Brooklyn. [9,450 words, rated R]
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COPYRIGHT NOTICE
1999 Richard Grayson
STORYMANIA PUBLICATION DATE
July 1999
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