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HONEY TRAP - A STORY YOU SHOULD READ

TRUE EXPERIENCES (minimum fictionalized to save your feelings, I mean it):

CONCLUDING PART OF THE NOVEL:

This time I left no stone unturned. As it was my area I tried every door, my relatives, police, I even wrote letters asking legal suggestions about how to put that activity to a stop. 2,452 more words

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Musegames on Wednesdays 22.10.14

“Tie this rope to the branch, any branch.” her brother smirked. Handing her a rope. “Dont worry we will be standing here, in case you faint.” 185 more words

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Ed Frey the author of BITTER HONEY

Q: Why do you love to write?

A: I love the process of creating characters and trying the give them life on paper. That my sound corny, but it’s the reason why I love writing.

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Musegames on wednesdays 22.10.14

He was whistling merrily. He was supposed to. He was already imagining the delicacies that he will make his wife prepare with this huge fish. 179 more words

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BRAGBOARD N TIPS

Here is another one, a collection of ten short stories, that will add up to 140 pages approximately, without a single picture in it, so I guess it is nice enough size for a story book. 54 more words

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The wind that blew

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“Come!” Xola lead her to a small cave on the opposite shore of the lake.

They entered it, she and the small group of Xernian and Gorn, the Gorzon. 377 more words

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