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(P2 C1) Mindless Ramblings: Contrary to popular belief, Temporary Insanity is Ideal

Mindless Ramblings: A tale of a Hedonistic Rampage Through the Melbourne Club-Land

Part 2- Saturday Morning

“Let me say that the path that I did take for a brief period of my life was not of reckless drug use, hurting others, but it was a path of quiet rebellion, of a little experimentation of a darker side of my confusion in a confusing world, lost in the midst of finding my identity”- Jenifer Capriati… 3,690 more words


632. Against the clock

These stories are kindly translated by MSDS-Translations.

Hector had been a member of the local Pigeon Racing Society for just over thirty years. In that time he had won the Champion of Champions Pigeon Racing prize fifteen times. 158 more words


"Can I ask you some questions?"

Of course, go ahead.

“Who are you?”

I’m NukaNerd. Teller of Tales, Explorer of the Wastes and also a little bit obsessed with the Atomic Age. 197 more words


Sins Of The Fathers

We heard all the stories about them: the violence, the drink,
the philandering—

How the same sweet hand that stroked the dog so tenderly,
could turn and beat the tar out of her children. 148 more words


Camp Napowan Gypsy Curse, Part 3

[Mysteriousheartland.com] Join us for the conclusion of our retelling of the story of Camp Napowan’s Boot Hill. Owned and operated by the Northwest Suburban Council of the Boy Scouts of America in central Wisconsin, … 2,004 more words

From The Author


“. . . when you make a book, you tell the tale as you would like to know it!”

–David Talbot
(Anne Rice, The Vampire Armand)


The Art of Personal Storytelling: How to train up Griots...

I prefer to see myself as a personal storyteller versus a traditional ghostwriter.

A personal storyteller realizes that the process of telling a story is much more important than having savvy business practices and lucrative financial success. 431 more words