Where the Lost Children Go (PROLOGUE) by Oscar Lopez (Oscar Grind)
Where the Lost Children Go (PROLOGUE) by Oscar Lopez https://scriggler.com/detailPost/story/56294 This is from a book I've been working on for years. It's the story of a Florida town shrouded away in a dense woods. Kids often disappear into the wooded expanse surrounding the town, but no one does a thing to stop it. What lives inside these fenced in woods, and why is it taking the town's youth?
Little A in England Chapter Three: Departure Day by Andie Burn
Little A in England Chapter Three: Departure Day by Andie Burn https://scriggler.com/detailPost/story/55436 Little A prepares to leave the big city and step aboard the big ship
Tricky Turnaways (Hotel Hart 1) by Meredith Miller https://scriggler.com/detailPost/story/119299 Story one of Hotel Hart, a collection of ten stories set in a hotel on the 15th of August.
More than a hutch by Kim Montgomery https://scriggler.com/detailPost/story/61343 Chapter 1 of the autobiography of a pet rabbit. Robbie Bobtail, a pet rabbit destined for a life of confinement and loneliness, until an unexpected visitor appears in the garden. Full story can be read on Inkitt, by following the link.
Autism is a Vital Part of Our Society by paul nelson nelson (@bingley567) https://scriggler.com/detailPost/story/119420 I'm not an expert on autism. I only relate observations of my autistic son in my writing.
A Sickly Bridge by Frederick Pence https://scriggler.com/detailPost/story/112742 Short story about about a canoe accident in a river.
Horse Sense by Mervyn Lickfold https://scriggler.com/detailPost/story/114593 Chapter One of a work in progress touching on past events coupled with those of others I have known and know — an expose with a heart.
Six Stops by Erin Loshaw https://scriggler.com/detailPost/story/66028 She can see more than most but changing the future isn't as easy as it seems.
To Jump or Not to ... by Mervyn Lickfold (Michael Brightman)
To Jump or Not to ... by Mervyn Lickfold (@MikeBrightman) https://scriggler.com/detailPost/story/72194 First night on watch for possible suicides from a suspension bridge that is notorious location for those who can no longer face the pain in life, by a trained charity volunteer. The outcome of a determined ex-forces man seems inevitable, but is it?
Shrimpin' Gold — Chapter 1 Gold and Pirates by Bob Spearman
Shrimpin' Gold — Chapter 1 Gold and Pirates by Bob Spearman https://scriggler.com/detailPost/story/114797 Shrimpin' Gold tells the story of the gradual demise of a Charleston-based shrimping business. This excerpt from the novel Shrimpin' Gold provides the prologue and first chapter of the story. Pirates, gold, and ghost all play a part.
Never Again by Brenda Robinson (the passionate one)
Never Again by Brenda Robinson (@BrendaRobinson9) https://scriggler.com/detailPost/story/58779 Thinking m husband would change. I stayed in a marriage that was unhealthy for the both of us. Separate bedrooms only worked for so long. I can honestly say I tried to make my marriage work. After eight years and five months of verbal abuse, I walked...
Non-Uniform by Scott Bailey (Scott Andrew Bailey)
Non-Uniform by Scott Bailey https://scriggler.com/detailPost/story/64574 Just like school The non-uniform times Are when our true colours show So what does that say About school About life
Production Values: A Monkey & Me Novel by Liv Bartlet
Production Values: A Monkey
The Jade House Pt. 2 by Oscar Lopez (Oscar Grind)
The Jade House Pt. 2 by Oscar Lopez (@OscarxGrind) https://scriggler.com/detailPost/story/112898 The secrets of the Jade House will be revealed to Shichi Matsumoto, who must now decide if he will follow this strange unfurling road for the rest of his numbered days. Or will he choose to balk on his newfound responsibility and face the severe consequences of his actions?
Two Chops by John Riley (TheGhostlyWorld)
Two Chops by John Riley https://scriggler.com/detailPost/story/113091 THE STATION WEATHERMAN SAID it'd be muggy tonight, hot, humid, too close. A guy needs to quench his thirst drinking enough beer to keep hydrated while out on the lash. It's got to be understood a hot night forces a man to drink, that's wha...