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Crystal Stair

By: Alessandra Grosso

Chapter Count: 27

Views: 722

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Novel Type: Literature&Fiction

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Welcome to my story. This book is a mere collection of nightmares, without any pretensions but to let you enter the intricate folds of my mind. I think everyone has experienced nightmares in their life, whether asleep or awake; I can well say I am an impressive expert on sleeping terrors. Close-eyed nightmares are my personal curse: I have been having them since I was a child, and I could never explain the reason why. My childhood was always related to the fear that something catastrophic was about to happen, either to me or to the people I loved. I usually felt something akin to a cold breath on my neck that made my hair stand on end; that icy, slimy hand touching your back which makes you startle, aghast. Oftentimes my vision went completely dark, so that I had to go and lie down on my bed in order to feel more at ease; yet, even entering my bedroom I dreaded what would happen when I finally closed my eyes. Things did not improve at all in my teen years: every time, soon after a dream I woke up in a sweat, shivering. After such nights I obviously had to face life again like everyone else, though still doubtful about my future; but it was whenever I had personal choices to make, that the nightmares worsened. At those times my life easily became hell; I closed myself off entirely and always wondered what I had achieved so far and what I wanted next from my life. Over time I have come to write my dreams down in order to understand them, alongside my wishes, to see if they come true. This has helped me shed some light more than once. But back to nightmares. I then thought to myself that I would tell you all about my terrors, embellishing each one and including them in a collection of every spine-chilling thrill I have ever experienced. I apologise for this chilly gift on my part, but my mind likewise is as cold and messy a place. It is the mind of a woman, of a fighter who openly faced evil, and chose to talk about it. Though my words could sometimes wound the more susceptible souls, I do not mean to claim the moral high ground over any of you. Everyone has their own worldview; we feel and shape everything around us accordingly. And after all the ordeals I have endured through life, I now strive to use my inner eye in order to create a more fruitful vision of the future. I would like to see a future full of dreams, studies, travels: dreams are basically wishes our hearts make. As to nightmares, though... Close-eyed nightmares have always been my speciality, and there are several reasons behind this phenomenon, but the main one is probably that I am a tolerant person, yet emotional and sensitive; over the course of my life I have in fact experienced both thorns in my side and many a rainy day. But I have always sought light to illustrate this part of me, so I will tell you of my favourite poem: Mother to Son, by Langston Hughes.
Crystal Stair
Crystal Stair
by: Alessandra Grosso2 : 45 : 1327 Chapters
Welcome to my story. This book is a mere collection of nightmares, without any pretensions but to let you enter the intricate folds of my mind. I think everyone has experienced nightmares in their life, whether asleep or awake; I can well say I am an impressive expert on sleeping terrors. Close-eyed nightmares are my personal curse: I have been having them since I was a child, and I could never explain the reason why. My childhood was always related to the fear that something catastrophic was about to happen, either to me or to the people I loved. I usually felt something akin to a cold breath on my neck that made my hair stand on end; that icy, slimy hand touching your back which makes you startle, aghast. Oftentimes my vision went completely dark, so that I had to go and lie down on my bed in order to feel more at ease; yet, even entering my bedroom I dreaded what would happen when I finally closed my eyes. Things did not improve at all in my teen years: every time, soon after a dream I woke up in a sweat, shivering. After such nights I obviously had to face life again like everyone else, though still doubtful about my future; but it was whenever I had personal choices to make, that the nightmares worsened. At those times my life easily became hell; I closed myself off entirely and always wondered what I had achieved so far and what I wanted next from my life. Over time I have come to write my dreams down in order to understand them, alongside my wishes, to see if they come true. This has helped me shed some light more than once. But back to nightmares. I then thought to myself that I would tell you all about my terrors, embellishing each one and including them in a collection of every spine-chilling thrill I have ever experienced. I apologise for this chilly gift on my part, but my mind likewise is as cold and messy a place. It is the mind of a woman, of a fighter who openly faced evil, and chose to talk about it. Though my words could sometimes wound the more susceptible souls, I do not mean to claim the moral high ground over any of you. Everyone has their own worldview; we feel and shape everything around us accordingly. And after all the ordeals I have endured through life, I now strive to use my inner eye in order to create a more fruitful vision of the future. I would like to see a future full of dreams, studies, travels: dreams are basically wishes our hearts make. As to nightmares, though... Close-eyed nightmares have always been my speciality, and there are several reasons behind this phenomenon, but the main one is probably that I am a tolerant person, yet emotional and sensitive; over the course of my life I have in fact experienced both thorns in my side and many a rainy day. But I have always sought light to illustrate this part of me, so I will tell you of my favourite poem: Mother to Son, by Langston Hughes.

The Ghost Of Girolamo Riario

By: Ivo Ragazzini

Chapter Count: 31

Views: 652

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Novel Type: Literature&Fiction

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Sometimes the past come back. An aftermath with the florentine Pazzi’s conspiracy that continues to resurge from history. Get ready to discover secrets of the Italian Renaissance that you didn't even suspect.<br><br>Sometimes the past comes back and recall. This is an italian historical novel born from a fact really happened in 2010 in Forlì, north Italy, when some people told in the local chronicles, they saw a ghost in the old town hall, who was walking around with part of his head smashed, complaining about something. But who was that ghost? Why was his head bashed in? What was he complaining about? This book tells the story of a man called Girolamo Riario, first husband of Caterina Sforza, nephew of the Pope and chief commander of ”Santa Romana Chiesa” who was murdered over five centuries ago in the city of Forli for an aftermath with the florentine Pazzi’s conspiracy, and seems resurge from the past but no one seems to remember it. A Medici's settlement for the the Pazzi’s conspiracy that continues to resurge from history. Get ready to discover secrets of the Italian Renaissance that you didn't even suspected.
The Ghost Of Girolamo Riario
The Ghost Of Girolamo Riario
by: Ivo Ragazzini3 : 41 : 3031 Chapters
Sometimes the past come back. An aftermath with the florentine Pazzi’s conspiracy that continues to resurge from history. Get ready to discover secrets of the Italian Renaissance that you didn't even suspect.<br><br>Sometimes the past comes back and recall. This is an italian historical novel born from a fact really happened in 2010 in Forlì, north Italy, when some people told in the local chronicles, they saw a ghost in the old town hall, who was walking around with part of his head smashed, complaining about something. But who was that ghost? Why was his head bashed in? What was he complaining about? This book tells the story of a man called Girolamo Riario, first husband of Caterina Sforza, nephew of the Pope and chief commander of ”Santa Romana Chiesa” who was murdered over five centuries ago in the city of Forli for an aftermath with the florentine Pazzi’s conspiracy, and seems resurge from the past but no one seems to remember it. A Medici's settlement for the the Pazzi’s conspiracy that continues to resurge from history. Get ready to discover secrets of the Italian Renaissance that you didn't even suspected.

The Psychic Adviser

By: Juan Moisés De La Serna

Chapter Count: 14

Views: 654

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Novel Type: Literature&Fiction

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No one could have told me, and if they had, I would not have believed them, that I would be a writer, considering how difficult it was for me to read as a child. Despite this, circumstances had forced me to this profession, since having as much time as I had now, locked up for life, I wouldn't have much else to do. It is true that some prisoners were engaged in exercising in the yard, and besides studying in the library, the weakest of them took training courses, but all of them have something that I do not have, an ideal to fight for and move forward. With a sentence of a few months or even years, it is easy to think that the preparation will serve them well for something, and that it will be easier to make a living outside this prison, but in my case, with the certainty that I will never step outside again, what's the point of getting ready?
The Psychic Adviser
The Psychic Adviser
by: Juan Moisés De La Serna3 : 58 : 1714 Chapters
No one could have told me, and if they had, I would not have believed them, that I would be a writer, considering how difficult it was for me to read as a child. Despite this, circumstances had forced me to this profession, since having as much time as I had now, locked up for life, I wouldn't have much else to do. It is true that some prisoners were engaged in exercising in the yard, and besides studying in the library, the weakest of them took training courses, but all of them have something that I do not have, an ideal to fight for and move forward. With a sentence of a few months or even years, it is easy to think that the preparation will serve them well for something, and that it will be easier to make a living outside this prison, but in my case, with the certainty that I will never step outside again, what's the point of getting ready?

My Journey Through The West (Autobiography)

By: Wael El-Manzalawy

Chapter Count: 10

Views: 587

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Novel Type: Literature&Fiction

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This ebook is about the influence of the Western Culture on an Egyptian writer.<br><br>I was very interested in politics and news. And the result was that I felt that all the western peoples hate us. Although generalization is a very common mistake, I was the victim of this mistake: I listened to the news and I generalized my feelings: all the western peoples hate us and want to destroy our countries. Since 2003, I began using the Internet. I dealt with many western persons. And gradually my feelings changed. I invite you to read this book and to discover my journey through the Western World.
My Journey Through The West (Autobiography)
My Journey Through The West (Autobiography)
by: Wael El-Manzalawy0 : 24 : 4610 Chapters
This ebook is about the influence of the Western Culture on an Egyptian writer.<br><br>I was very interested in politics and news. And the result was that I felt that all the western peoples hate us. Although generalization is a very common mistake, I was the victim of this mistake: I listened to the news and I generalized my feelings: all the western peoples hate us and want to destroy our countries. Since 2003, I began using the Internet. I dealt with many western persons. And gradually my feelings changed. I invite you to read this book and to discover my journey through the Western World.

Pirate Blood

By: Eugenio Pochini

Chapter Count: 25

Views: 915

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Novel Type: Literature&Fiction

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Golden age of piracy. Johnny spends his childhood in Port Royal. Its alleys are populated with adventurers, throat cutters and prostitutes: everyone is looking for fortune among the inns and the decks. The boy finds out once the existence of a mysterious treasure... and everything changes suddenly. Forced to join the terrible pirate Barbanera's crew, Johnny will have to face a lot of dangers, between cruel boardings, scaring native tribes and dark omens, putting his life at risk and trying to fulfill his destiny. Eugenio Pochini: after obtaining his Bachelor of Arts Degree at La Sapienza University in Rome, he began working in the Italian theatre and cinema industry. Pirate Blood is his first novel, winner of the ”International Golden Books Awards 2019” in ”Best Plot Category”.
Pirate Blood
Pirate Blood
by: Eugenio Pochini12 : 26 : 2725 Chapters
Golden age of piracy. Johnny spends his childhood in Port Royal. Its alleys are populated with adventurers, throat cutters and prostitutes: everyone is looking for fortune among the inns and the decks. The boy finds out once the existence of a mysterious treasure... and everything changes suddenly. Forced to join the terrible pirate Barbanera's crew, Johnny will have to face a lot of dangers, between cruel boardings, scaring native tribes and dark omens, putting his life at risk and trying to fulfill his destiny. Eugenio Pochini: after obtaining his Bachelor of Arts Degree at La Sapienza University in Rome, he began working in the Italian theatre and cinema industry. Pirate Blood is his first novel, winner of the ”International Golden Books Awards 2019” in ”Best Plot Category”.

All Love Letters Are Ridiculous

By: Diego Maenza

Chapter Count: 25

Views: 563

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EloIsa, an old woman who in her youth was brutally sexually abused by three masked men, remembers on the last day of her life the stark story that marked her. She tells it to one of the nurses in the sanatorium in which she is dying while allowing her to scrutinize a ringed booklet that contains printed all the letters that she exchanged in his youth with Abelard, the only love of her life.<br><br>Maenza reflects on the psychological, ethical and philosophical aspects of western love and weaves a sweet and intelligent discourse where time, love rites and erotic presence are subtly addressed. It includes a singular vision of writing and a very particular and symbolic Theory of Affection that is used in its analysis of the metaphysics of colors, the zodiacs, the sensations coming from the senses, the imaginary of the alchemist beasts, the classic elements and the arcana of the Tarot. In an age where relationships are made with the dizzying modernity and liquid love swarms (according to Bauman), ”All love letters are ridiculous” claims that secular ritual of love correspondences, increasingly in decline, and he apologizes for the slowness that Kundera claims for romances. ”All love letters are ridiculous” is constructed as a parodic narration of romance novels, but at the same time it is a modern dissertation about love coupled with a story of affection and an ending of tragedy that brings taboo themes like abuse, reification of women and contemporary violence.
All Love Letters Are Ridiculous
All Love Letters Are Ridiculous
by: Diego Maenza3 : 20 : 2925 Chapters
EloIsa, an old woman who in her youth was brutally sexually abused by three masked men, remembers on the last day of her life the stark story that marked her. She tells it to one of the nurses in the sanatorium in which she is dying while allowing her to scrutinize a ringed booklet that contains printed all the letters that she exchanged in his youth with Abelard, the only love of her life.<br><br>Maenza reflects on the psychological, ethical and philosophical aspects of western love and weaves a sweet and intelligent discourse where time, love rites and erotic presence are subtly addressed. It includes a singular vision of writing and a very particular and symbolic Theory of Affection that is used in its analysis of the metaphysics of colors, the zodiacs, the sensations coming from the senses, the imaginary of the alchemist beasts, the classic elements and the arcana of the Tarot. In an age where relationships are made with the dizzying modernity and liquid love swarms (according to Bauman), ”All love letters are ridiculous” claims that secular ritual of love correspondences, increasingly in decline, and he apologizes for the slowness that Kundera claims for romances. ”All love letters are ridiculous” is constructed as a parodic narration of romance novels, but at the same time it is a modern dissertation about love coupled with a story of affection and an ending of tragedy that brings taboo themes like abuse, reification of women and contemporary violence.

One Magic Christmas

By: A. C. Meyer

Chapter Count: 15

Views: 1.7K

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Novel Type: Literature&Fiction

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A sweet and full of magic story about Christmas and second chances.<br><br>Samuel, better known as Samuca, is a writer of fantastic novels. All of a sudden, his life turned upside down. In the midst of all the problems he has to deal with, he has to hand over the manuscript of his book by Christmas, but he has one of those creative blocks. To help him in this task, his editor has arranged for him a very crazy assistant, and the two will have to live together until the deadline. For fifteen days, accompanied by Gabriela, Samuca will face a journey in which he will have to face his greatest fears and will itself have the power to change his life. He just couldn't imagine how much...
One Magic Christmas
One Magic Christmas
by: A. C. Meyer1 : 52 : 3015 Chapters
A sweet and full of magic story about Christmas and second chances.<br><br>Samuel, better known as Samuca, is a writer of fantastic novels. All of a sudden, his life turned upside down. In the midst of all the problems he has to deal with, he has to hand over the manuscript of his book by Christmas, but he has one of those creative blocks. To help him in this task, his editor has arranged for him a very crazy assistant, and the two will have to live together until the deadline. For fifteen days, accompanied by Gabriela, Samuca will face a journey in which he will have to face his greatest fears and will itself have the power to change his life. He just couldn't imagine how much...

On The Alexandrian War

By: Andrea Pietro Cornalba

Chapter Count: 9

Views: 481

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Novel Type: Literature&Fiction

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It is the translation of the famous book written by an officer of Julius Caesar that tells us about the war in Alexandria of 47 BC. and other episodes that happened immediately after the battle of Farsalo<br><br>The book belongs to the series of books that tell of Julius Caesar's wars. The book contains the Latin text and the Italian translation of Gaius Julius Caesar's De Bello Alessandrino, is preceded by a brief introduction that briefly frames the text, the author and the historical story. We have added the final part of De Bello Civili which narrates the initial stages of the historical event.
On The Alexandrian War
On The Alexandrian War
by: Andrea Pietro Cornalba2 : 21 : 479 Chapters
It is the translation of the famous book written by an officer of Julius Caesar that tells us about the war in Alexandria of 47 BC. and other episodes that happened immediately after the battle of Farsalo<br><br>The book belongs to the series of books that tell of Julius Caesar's wars. The book contains the Latin text and the Italian translation of Gaius Julius Caesar's De Bello Alessandrino, is preceded by a brief introduction that briefly frames the text, the author and the historical story. We have added the final part of De Bello Civili which narrates the initial stages of the historical event.

Sky Of Whales

By: Shoji Yoshikawa

Chapter Count: 3

Views: 1.4K

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Novel Type: Literature&Fiction

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Poetry (Nature) Whales in the sky<br><br>People were watching the whales swimming in the sky...until they truly understand its meaning...
Sky Of Whales
Sky Of Whales
by: Shoji Yoshikawa0 : 05 : 373 Chapters
Poetry (Nature) Whales in the sky<br><br>People were watching the whales swimming in the sky...until they truly understand its meaning...

Never Me: TAT: A Rocker Romance Book 5

By: Emjay Soren

Chapter Count: 26

Views: 1.3K

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Novel Type: Literature&Fiction

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There is no way to really start this story. My story really has no beginning and no ending. It's like I was plucked from non-existence and dropped smack dab into the worst possible nightmare. I am not sure if I ever felt a moment of comfort or love from my parents, my sister I have, but from the ones that created me I don’t think I did. When you go your entire life not feeling the shelter of a parents love, I think even if for only a second if it was present it would be unforgettable, even to an infant. I cannot move forward without going back. I do not want to go back. I am scared of very few things in this world, but my past is something to bring on the cold sweats and break me into a ball of rage and pain. The trapdoors I call them, the ones containing all of the fury and pain, they need to be broken open. I have fought against it for too long and now I face my own death or my own redemption. I face the fact she will never be back and I accept the moment I broke. That’s one of the many doors I fear opening. Doors that are closed and locked and barricaded in for a reason. What I share with you, will make your skin crawl, and sadly I haven’t even scratched the surface. My name is Noah Beckett, and this is my story. There will be moments I disgust you, I will undoubtedly break your heart. I am a master of making ugly even worse but I can bring out beauty in the worst of all things. I do not judge, I would have answered to a bullet a long time ago if I did. You may not like my choices or the things I say and the way I live, but you will respect it because I have earned it.
Never Me: TAT: A Rocker Romance Book 5
Never Me: TAT: A Rocker Romance Book 5
by: Emjay Soren7 : 51 : 1026 Chapters
There is no way to really start this story. My story really has no beginning and no ending. It's like I was plucked from non-existence and dropped smack dab into the worst possible nightmare. I am not sure if I ever felt a moment of comfort or love from my parents, my sister I have, but from the ones that created me I don’t think I did. When you go your entire life not feeling the shelter of a parents love, I think even if for only a second if it was present it would be unforgettable, even to an infant. I cannot move forward without going back. I do not want to go back. I am scared of very few things in this world, but my past is something to bring on the cold sweats and break me into a ball of rage and pain. The trapdoors I call them, the ones containing all of the fury and pain, they need to be broken open. I have fought against it for too long and now I face my own death or my own redemption. I face the fact she will never be back and I accept the moment I broke. That’s one of the many doors I fear opening. Doors that are closed and locked and barricaded in for a reason. What I share with you, will make your skin crawl, and sadly I haven’t even scratched the surface. My name is Noah Beckett, and this is my story. There will be moments I disgust you, I will undoubtedly break your heart. I am a master of making ugly even worse but I can bring out beauty in the worst of all things. I do not judge, I would have answered to a bullet a long time ago if I did. You may not like my choices or the things I say and the way I live, but you will respect it because I have earned it.
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