to Hell and Back

Hey, don’t get me wrong, I love my wife. I really, really do. She’s a Great Girl. But sometimes… Grrr! I’m sure you guys know what I’m sayin’, right?

I once told her I’d go to hell and back for her. You know, just trying to be one of those sweet husband that they are always pretending they want. Seemed like a good declaration of love as any. But after some serious consideration, I realize that I fucked up by choosing ...

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Visist number 694

The floor is covered in broken glass because, once again, she has forgotten who I am. Angry, I try to pick up the pieces and once again it ends with bloodied hands. It doesn’t help her when I get upset, but sometimes I need to because I can’t…
I can’t…
I! … Can’t! … Stand-it!
How can I not think that god is cruel…
How can I not think that god is cruel…
When every day I sit and ...

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Daylight Dims Anthology

Hello Everyone,

We’ve put together a myspace page for the upcoming Stealth Fiction produced anthology, Daylight Dims. This anthology is being produced as a contest. Writes can submit their stories for consideration and if selected to appear in the anthology, they will receive cash or prizes. (prizes to be announced at a later date.)

We are still in the very early stages of this project. More news and details will follow soon. Until then, please visit the new Publishing section ...

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Heath Ledger Dead At 28

Actor Heath Ledger, star of the upcoming “Batman: The Dark Night”, was found dead in a New York home this evening.

The 28-year-old actor has a two year old daughter with former fiancee Michelle Williams — they separated in September, 2007. He plays The Joker in the upcoming Batman film, “The Dark Knight.”

According to NYPD a masseuse arrived at Ledger’s apartment and was let in by a housekeeper. When Ledger didn’t answer his bedroom door, the housekeeper and the ...

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Will it hurt?

“Will it hurt?” She asked. A fair question.
“I don’t know,” I said, but really I did.
“Do you think it will hurt?” She asked, looking for hope.
“No, I don’t think it will,” I said, wondering, how could I lie so easily?
“I don’t want it to hurt.”
“It might not.”
“But it might.”
“So what if it does?”
“Will it?”
“Do you want the truth?”
She pretended like she did not already know.
“It will hurt. ...

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