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Charlie’s myth

It’s been a long time coming, but Charlie’s myth is finally ready and ready for the world to read. An epic story, it  spans continents and stars a deeply flawed hero. You won’t be able to stop yourself reading. Put aside … Continue reading

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Leila’s myth

Leila’s myth is in the Greek style and is epic in scope with some romance thrown in as well. Deptagon and Antandian Noble king Eragona sighed. The hideous monster slug, Deptagon, was freely roaming the land of Eragonia. Before, children … Continue reading

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Jack’s Myth

In this Bob Dylan (not the 60s folk star) takes on the evoil Firehead… Bob And The Firehead A long time ago in Athens it was steaming hot day. King Angus was having a party until disaster struck. A knife … Continue reading

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Tom’s myth

Tom’s myth combines ancient story with modern technology… SLASHEUS AND THE MONSTROUS SLICE In the heart of Greece lies a small crowded village called Zerros, which had remained, calm and peaceful for over one hundred years. That was until a … Continue reading

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Jessica’s Myth

Jessica’s myth is a real epic with several homages to famous greek myths… The girl who wished she wasn’t King Ageas put his head in his hands and sighed, “ Will no one come forth to make an attempt of … Continue reading

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Harry S’ myth

Harry has produced an amusing piece of writing while staying faithful to many aspects of myths. Read on… Hareseus and the Minotaur Once in the city of Athens in castle Klausean, King Klausean was in another one of his strops. … Continue reading

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