669-word essay on: Aristotle’s six elements of drama are present in every movie you can think of. Your assignment is to pick a movie of your choice and then analyze it, using... More > Aristotle’s
Story Teaser: During the Old Kingdom of Ancient Egypt, a cruel and evil Pharaoh named Khufu ruled the land. He had the Great Pyramid of Giza built using slave labor. According to history, his reign... More > ended in 2566 B.C. and he was presumed to be buried in the pyramid. But history may not be telling the whole truth...
Join Dorthe, Gregory and Moses, along with Midget the dwarf, as they make shocking discoveries that reveal a much different reality, one that historians do not want you to know about.
Read through this amazing story and see if you can solve the mystery: Who is Khufu? (To be revealed in Part 2)< Less
Frodo Kent will be coming of age in a couple of days. He's looking forward to it because being a teenager sucks.
All he wants is to go outside and play, get some exercise. But his parents would... More > rather he stayed in his room and play video games or read comic books. Nobody understands. It's just not fair. And the doors don't even slam properly, they just slide gracefully shut with barely a whoosh. Stupid doors.
The shiny metal city of New Gotham is ruled by Geeks. His parents are Geeks, his best friend is a Geek. But Frodo is a natural-born jock.
Then Frodo meets a girl and has an adventure. An adventure that will lead them both to question everything they thought they knew about the hermetically sealed city they live in.
A city their ancestors woke up in 164 years ago, with no memories. Their only link to the Outside World, and the foundation of their whole way of life, is a media library assembled by the billionaire Zachary Tyrone who built the city to survive some undefined cataclysmic event...< Less
A prophecy of old is drawing nigh:
There shall be two halves coming forth, that will test the balance of earth...
One from hate, in darkness and blood, one from water where made from love...
If you... More > liked stories like Lord of the Rings or Chronicles of Narnia, you'll hopefully love this trilogy which tells a tale of an old prophecy about the breakdown or coming together of all things. There is hidden meaning not only behind the storyline, but also in the character's names, poetry, and classical art used in this first published book by M.J. Knight.< Less
Original version of Book I from the fantasy webcomic "Lost Legends of Whoelterran". Here, the reader can see the progression of art from the epic serial which the artist likes to describe... More > as "LOTR" meets "ElfQuest".< Less
Mr. Vane owns a library that seems to be haunted by the former librarian, who looks much like a raven from the brief glimpses he catches of the wraith. Vane follows Raven to the "the region of... More > the seven dimensions".
Inside the world, Vane learns of a house of beds where the dreamers sleep until the end of the world in death: a good death, in which life is found.
After a treacherous journey through a valley, Mr. Vane meets the Little Ones, children who never grow up, only get bigger and dumber, turning into "bags" or bad giants. After conversing with Lona, the eldest of the children, Mr. Vane decides to help them, and sets off to gather more information, although the Raven (who is also Adam) has warned Mr. Vane that he needs to sleep with the dreamers before he can really help them.
While on his journey, he meets Lilith, the princess of Bulika. Vane, although nearly blinded by Lilith's beauty and charms, eventually leads the Little Ones in a battle against Bulika.< Less