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Puerpublius The Tale of Dawn By Ashley Play
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It's easy to find love and sex in a virtual world but to find two young girls with toilet trash written across their loins is a whole other story but there is more to this tale other then smut; Dawn... More > and Ashley, was a relationship built on the curious explorations of a youth they both never had.< Less
Rebecca Butter Marine The Affection of Pets By Ashley Play
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Rebecca kitty liked to be abused. Butter my fire mouse and later turned dolly was scared of her own shadow. Marine was a wet French dolly; what do they all have in common you ask? They were MINE!... More > Collared, key-controlled, my toys to love.< Less
Eggs and Innocence The Tale of Deannah By Ashley Play
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A rose is a rose, perfect, beautiful; cut its stem, and it will still be a rose. The innocence of Deannahlynn was always a rose, perfect, unfaltering; yes there was love and exploration but without... More > the eggs and licking this may have never happened.< Less
Potty Mouths! By Ashley Play
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Potty Mouths! is a collection of five tales guaranteed to either make you weak in the knees, wet in the loins or sick to your stomach. The Tale of Older Sister Dawn The Tale of Sofia the Slave The... More > Tale of Dione the Dolly The Tale of Squirmy Margi The Tale of Naughty EmberKitten< Less
The Quiney Affair By A play by Reg Mitchell
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An award-winning drama performed to great acclaim at the Royal Shakespeare Company’s The Other Place in 2004 and, a one-act version in the RSC’s Fringe Festival of 1997, and a winner in... More > the 1999 West Midland Arts New Writing Festival: ‘A highly accomplished work ... virtually faultless ... provides three substantial roles for women, much more challenging than are found in modern stage drama.’ The Soho Theatre reviewer: ‘incredibly absorbing and entertaining. Warm and unexpectedly moving. Wonderful play, credible characters and dialogue with a very emotional ending out of the blue’.< Less
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An award-winning drama performed to great acclaim at the Royal Shakespeare Company’s The Other Place in 2004 and, a one-act version in the RSC’s Fringe Festival of 1997, and a winner in... More > the 1999 West Midland Arts New Writing Festival: ‘A highly accomplished work ... virtually faultless ... provides three substantial roles for women, much more challenging than are found in modern stage drama.’ The Soho Theatre reviewer: ‘incredibly absorbing and entertaining. Warm and unexpectedly moving. Wonderful play, credible characters and dialogue with a very emotional ending out of the blue’.< Less
Prophesy RPG: Beginners Guide By Prophesy Role-playing Game
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The First Installment of the Prophesy Role-playing Game.
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Plays By Susan Glaspell
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TRIFLES First performed by the Provincetown Players at the Wharf Theatre, Provincetown, Mass., August 8, 1916. GEORGE HENDERSON (County Attorney) HENRY PETERS (Sheriff) LEWIS HALE, A neighboring... More > farmer MRS PETERS MRS HALE SCENE: The kitchen is the now abandoned farmhouse of JOHN WRIGHT, a gloomy kitchen, and left without having been put in order—unwashed pans under the sink, a loaf of bread outside the bread-box, a dish-towel on the table—other signs of incompleted work. At the rear the outer door opens and the SHERIFF comes in followed by the COUNTY ATTORNEY and HALE. The SHERIFF and HALE are men in middle life, the COUNTY ATTORNEY is a young man; all are much bundled up and go at once to the stove. They are followed by the two women—the SHERIFF's wife first; she is a slight wiry woman, a thin nervous face. MRS HALE is larger and would ordinarily be called more comfortable looking, but she is disturbed now and looks fearfully about as she enters.< Less