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Finally... by Darin R Molnar A twisted Dick and Jane story about a physician gone bad. Stephen King supplied the sketch in his bo... [2,962 words]
Cold Eddie Kane by Albert Davis Just a situation that I thought of. Please read it and tell what you think. [4,803 words]
Without Condition by Branson Storm A free-spirited man struggles with his quest for true love as his life of drug addiction and ... [8,232 words]
Absolution by Adam Lear Logic clashes with religion to conclude in an uncomfortable truth. [2,821 words]
Defining Stupidity (Now Where Was I?) by MacKenzie Morgan A fourth entry from my summer journal...I dedicate it to Bobby, who helpe... [4,507 words]
Jinx by MacKenzie Morgan Another entry from my summer journal, thanks to all who have responded. Please keep reviewing! [9,058 words]
Aurora (Borealis) by MacKenzie Morgan Since I got so much great feedback, I thought I'd post something else from my summer journal.... [3,136 words]
When Beauty Rears Its Ugly Head by Bradley Postma A snapshot exhibiting the superficiality and simplicity of relationships in low... [3,728 words]
The Largeness Of Sound by James Tregonning This is a very black comedy of a short story. You must read it to find out what's so bla... [384 words]
The Help That Never Came by Asadullah Panhwer Story depicting the adventures of a journalist in the Amazon Jungle. [691 words]
Shirley's Angel by Richard Koss A Christmas story: In the final analysis, we may discover that we love someone because of their... [2,228 words]
Seeming by Daniel Birnbaum A story to make you think -- to ponder something for a few moments during the course of your normally b... [850 words]
Child In The Park by Justin Kile A story of a young boy in the park. [1,027 words]
Blue by Margaret Li A noir telling of a psychiatric patient's perception of life... and death. [5,290 words]
The Infinity Wars by Frank L Martin A young man is visited by a talking snake and wolf. The animals mistake him for another dupl... [2,824 words]
The Butterfly Man by David Godden A story of sexual abuse. Real or imagined? What does the medical profession do to earn our tr... [12,634 words]
Stop For Flowers by Justin Kile Memories of an old love, never to be again. [1,135 words]
Pizza Bianca by Mark Herner Recipes usually consist of a list of ingredients, quantities and a few paragraphs of instructions.... [4,323 words]
How You Look At It by T Q Cebula The story features a pompous, deluded and possibly insane young man who -- purely out of sym... [3,871 words]
Favorious by David Gardiner In the late Middle Ages, an obscure village seems to have witnessed a miracle. The ageing monk Favori... [4,769 words]
Fall Breezes by Justin Kile Love and Leaves. [1,242 words]
Bad Habits Die Hard by David Rama Stop bugging me... or i'll kill you, Kurt warned Christine... [13,550 words]
The Wound by Amit Gupta A short story. [815 words]
The Perfect Friend by David Godden A tale of love in Victorian England. But what kind of love? [2,114 words]
The Greatest Blues Singer Of All Time by Jon Nicholas Mickey didnít dare speak. He couldnít bring himself to interrupt the tran... [1,900 words]
The Ages by Keir Hunter Hardie How the component parts of Love will always be assembled regardless of time or distance. [682 words]
Raindrops by Richard Koss Ever think twice about shopping alone at night. You should - especially if you're a pretty woman. [1,469 words]
Rags & Italian Shoes by Jon Nicholas When I saw George Lowell meet Kathy Wyeth, I knew there was no chance she'd ever want to g... [4,610 words]
Marta, Close Your Legs. by Meaghan Elise The first thing Marta thinks about in the morning is sex. And that's even before she's ... [1,246 words]
Make Him Crave You by Jennifer L O'callaghan When bad dating advice happens to clueless women. [1,674 words]
Keeping Time by Jon Nicholas "Yes, James. I appreciate the new programming. By the way, I know it may sound silly coming from a... [1,763 words]
Great Days by Niall Power Street racing community paper, action packed with some romantic flare. [2,167 words]
Embarrassing First Date by Susan T Fisher My first date in 1964, and the most embarrassing date of my life. [1,509 words]
Eating At Arby's: The South Florida Stories (1982) by Richard Grayson Condo dwellers Manny and Zelda enjoy life in South Florida w... [5,695 words]
Disjointed Fictions by Richard Grayson The worst writer in the world (and even on the Storymania web site) fails in his attempt to... [9,211 words]
Adolescent Innocence 3: The Ghost by Loki They thought things would be normal...they thought no one would know...but mo... [12,053 words]
A New Game by Jon Nicholas Twenty-six computers, who just love to play games, find themselves playing a new game that's quite d... [2,273 words]
Star Truck by Robert W Carlomagno My name is Jaime T Quirk, captain of the Star Truck Enterprise... [1,449 words]
Project S.T.A.R.
Ordinary Days Work by Niall Power A paper about an FBI agent tracking and following a trainned assassin. [2,318 words]
Not Necessarily Cancer by Jennifer L O'callaghan A young woman's reaction to her abnormal Pap smear. [1,920 words]
Nine Days And Counting by Lorraine Wylie An excerpt. [605 words]
Love Beyond Death by Nadeem Akhtar A story of an innocent love at the threshold of death. All left her when she was shot in the ... [1,372 words]
Loonies by Steven R. Kravsow A car slowly gained on him. Soon it was even with Daniel's. It was a black sports model, low slung and ... [4,959 words]
Benevolence Fiteprone by William Rodgers A young man goes into a kings training camp and is put on an extreemly advanced training ... [2,554 words]
A New Dawn by Adagio When life seems hopeless, there always something, no matter how small to cling to [1,636 words]
Beyond The Realm Of Us by Branson Storm A look into the life of a young writer who is left to live with the ghost of his beloved... [4,530 words]
The Grave Keeper by Joel Harper - [388 words]
Sometimes The Wind.... by Matt Macul Old Apollo takes his nightly walk to the liqour store with his dog only to find the wind... [3,169 words]
My Crazy Friend by Cathy Pal Different as night and day, yet drawn together as friends. [1,055 words]
Muriel's Funeral by Richard Koss Imagine yourself dead and observing your own funeral What would you expect to see? You might... [736 words]
Mark The Public Notices by Richard Grayson A heartbroken family places advertisements in The New York Times public notices. [1,271 words]
John by Glen Pearson A shocking and sick final entry to disturb you. This will be my last story on Storymania seein' as how I'... [3,492 words]
Inexhaustible Needs, Undefinable Aches by Richard Grayson Two young gay men have a relationship that spans the late 1960s and earl... [3,596 words]
In Pursuit Of Pabulum by Bradley Postma A philosophical tale about two reclusive souls brought together in an Internet interlude. [9,261 words]
Blank Canvas by Amit Gupta A short story. [2,069 words]
A Sophomore's Diary 1971 by Richard Grayson A college student falls in love in the spring of 1971. [3,605 words]
A Junior's Diary 1971 by Richard Grayson Sequel to "A Sophomore's Diary 1971": kvetchy college student breaks up with girlfriend. [6,746 words]

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TITLE (EDIT)
Project S.T.A.R.
DESCRIPTION
The glorious future gives a sense of hope and opportunity for millions of people. But for some, it offers a chance to play God in the most evilest ways....
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TITLE KEYWORD
Action
AUTHOR
Loki
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
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[November 2001]
AUTHOR'S OTHER TITLES (3)
Adolescent Innocence (Short Stories) After moving back to his hometown, a teen finds himself trapped in a deadly game of kill or be killed with his friends. [7,559 words] [Thriller]
Adolescent Innocence 2: Evil Never Dies (Short Stories) Evil proves it never dies in this second game of death and destruction. [14,390 words] [Thriller]
Adolescent Innocence 3: The Ghost (Short Stories) They thought things would be normal...they thought no one would know...but most of all, they thought it was over...they were dead wrong. [12,053 words] [Thriller]
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STORYMANIA PUBLICATION DATE
October 2001
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