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Warped By Carolyn Holbrook
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Read this scary short fiction story about former college roommates who are gifted a collectible, but warped, vintage Ouija Board. They are warned to fix the warped board before they play the game or... More > bad things will happen. They fail to honor their promise to fix the warp before they play and encounter the wrath of the Ouija.< Less
Time Warp By Sophie Misterek, Hallie Morgan
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In a futuristic society, a girl goes back in time to save her country. But when she discovers the truth behind the tyrant, she realizes her life will never be the same.
Warp Theory By Dwayne Fries
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This book is about a failed attempt into time travel and it shifted into in imaginary exploration of Warp Theory.
The Warped Hawk By R. S. Arrow Blackay
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The Warped Hawk A Short Story by Jane Doe Sally Bond looked at the warped hawk in her hands and felt fuzzy. She walked over to the window and reflected on her cosy surroundings. She had always loved... More > grey Newton Abbot with its melodic, magnificent mountains. It was a place that encouraged her tendency to feel fuzzy. Then she saw something in the distance, or rather someone. It was the figure of Maureen Superhalk. Maureen was a gentle dolphin with fat fingernails and pointy fingers.< Less
The Warped Rock By R. S. Arrow Blackay
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The Warped Rock A Short Story by Jane Doe Helen Thornhill looked at the warped rock in her hands and felt active. She walked over to the window and reflected on her backward surroundings. She had... More > always loved chilly Exeter with its decomposing, dead ditches. It was a place that encouraged her tendency to feel active. Then she saw something in the distance, or rather someone. It was the figure of Kimberly Pitt. Kimberly was a cute bear with red spots and red eyes.< Less
The Warped Hawk By R. S. Arrow Blackay
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The Warped Hawk A Short Story by Writer Unknown Pete Wilson had always loved hilly Oxford with its thirsty, tame trees. It was a place where he felt puzzled. He was a tight-fisted, stupid, beer... More > drinker with pointy eyes and scrawny arms. His friends saw him as an ashamed, agreeable animal. Once, he had even revived a dying, owl. That's the sort of man he was.< Less
The Warped Rock By R. S. Arrow Blackay
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The Warped Rock A Short Story by Untitled writer Elizabeth Snozcumber was thinking about Maureen Meadows again. Maureen was a virtuous hero with short fingers and beautiful warts. Elizabeth walked... More > over to the window and reflected on her dull surroundings. She had always loved pretty Sidney with its puny, purple parks. It was a place that encouraged her tendency to feel jumpy.< Less
The Warped Blade By Andy Mor
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The Warped Blade A Short Story by John Doe May Butterscotch was thinking about Nadine DeVito again. Nadine was a cowardly god with curvaceous fingers and ugly feet. May walked over to the window and... More > reflected on her cold surroundings. She had always loved deprived Oxford with its cloudy, clever cliffs. It was a place that encouraged her tendency to feel ecstatic.< Less
The Warped Piano By Andy Mor
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The Warped Piano A Short Story by Random Writer Pete Ball was thinking about Sarah Thornton again. Sarah was a callous painter with handsome arms and solid fingers. Pete walked over to the window and... More > reflected on his derelict surroundings. He had always loved sunny Philadelphia with its unknown, unnatural umbrellas. It was a place that encouraged his tendency to feel sparkly.< Less
a warped perspective By Micheal Francis Kelly
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The abstract shapes and patterns that are found in life are very compelling to me. To extract them from the context of their common place surroundings is a task that I enjoy. They exist all around us... More > yet many people never notice them. Even so they can be very beautiful. I have found in my travels of big cities around the world that the old warped glass and metal in the buildings can yield a spectacular array of reflections of our urban world. The images suggest the imperfect aspect of the activities of mankind in our attempt to control our surroundings.< Less