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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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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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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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Emily W’s Myth

Lots of speech and a whirlwind romance in this myth by Emily. The story of Tomas Long, long ago in a village called Lucaphon in Greece ,there was a boy by the name of Tomas. He had a father called … Continue reading

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James VS’ myth

A cracking good story with an unusual way of killing an evil beast. James has drawn on several famous myths to create his own. Enjoy the story… Andres and the evil Mojo A long time ago in Helios there lived … Continue reading

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Courteney’s myth

Courteney’s myth is highly entertaining although it might set back gender relations by a few hundred years. I hope you enjoy it…. Lucas and the Bone Crusher Lucas sat on the warm gravel outside the castle steps, where Lucas’s father … Continue reading

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