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/5.0 - published Jun 19, 2013 - 1 comment (preview)
This is a funny African folk story, enjoy.
/5.0 - published Feb 08, 2013 - no comments - start of story (preview)
Debbie knows it is Black History Month in February. So why does her mother remind her all the time?
/5.0 - published Oct 23, 2012 - no comments (preview)
/5.0 - published Apr 22, 2012 - no comments (preview)
After being separated from her flock, a wild, freed chicken contemplates the meaning of the Civil War in 1864 as she searches the nearby area for her friends and family--and runs into some unexpected trouble on the way.
/5.0 - published Jan 26, 2012 - no comments - start of story (preview)
This is more then one recipe, and the full meal my family ate on day 5. Buttery Crescent Rolls, My Version of Green Bean Casserole, Mash Potatoes, and Baked Chicken. Though you can just eat the Baked Chicken by itself with a salad on the side.
/5.0 - published Nov 02, 2011 - 3 comments (preview)
Life isn’t very fun for us chickens. Most people either ignore us or eat us. And from the looks of Aunt Ruth, being eaten isn’t very enjoyable. Just how would you like it if your insides were ground up, deep-fried and breaded for humans to eat?...
/5.0 - published Apr 25, 2011 - no comments (preview)
Just saying thanks to everyone.
/5.0 - published Mar 08, 2011 - no comments (preview)
Some monsters can have the sweetest face. This is a story inspired by the film, ‘The Godsend’ by Mark Bomback.
/5.0 - published Jul 06, 2009 - 1 comment - start of story (preview)
When the old hag realizes the error of her ways, things become more complicated for Minh, the owner of the Chinese restaurant.
/5.0 - published Oct 26, 2008 - 26 comments (preview)
When a law spins out of control, everyone suffers.