#Bookworm

United States

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Hello guys! I am a guy who loves to read, and believes that I can contribute a lot to this online community. I love ramen(like everybody else) and I often read books until the wee hours of the morning. Ranked, my top favourites are Divergent, The Hunger Games, The Testing, and 1984. I have a very sweet tooth, and I like to write!

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#Bookworm (United States) published:

The invasion that shouldn't have happened

PROMPT: Historical Fiction Competition 2020

September 15, 1945

Wow. Those Japanese people really don't seem to understand the words"surrender or be invaded", do they? We've destroyed their navy, nearly annihilated their army, put their air force out of action, and they still don't want to surrender. I'm speechless! If I were them, I would've signed the document of surrender ages ago. At least now that I'm here, they'll have to surrender. Ha! Finally, the President's giving some thought to it, this invasion thing. There'll have...

about 1 year ago

#Bookworm (United States) started following midnight.summerrose (United Kingdom)

about 1 year ago

#Bookworm (United States) liked I Will Give You Wings by midnight.summerrose (United Kingdom)

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#Bookworm (United States) published:

A man called Death

PROMPT: Flash Fiction Competition 2020

Death only took up a small portion of life. Until now. The current Death, puppetmaster of lives, understood the power of humanity and adapted accordingly. People he believed corrupted or days he labelled numbered were helped onto the path to their final destination. Death, pleased with his efforts to eradicate overpopulation, asserted power and control. Nothing pleased him more than to watch as order descended into chaos as people’s fear of Death grew. Oh well, he thought, as he led...

Seeking Peer Reviews

about 1 year ago

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#Bookworm (United States) published:

A man called Death

PROMPT: Flash Fiction Competition 2020

Death only took up a small portion of life. Until now. The current Death, puppetmaster of lives, understood the power of humanity and adapted accordingly. People he believed corrupted or days he labelled numbered were helped onto the path to their final destination. Death, pleased with his efforts to eradicate overpopulation, asserted power and control. Nothing pleased him more than to watch as order descended into chaos as people’s fear of Death grew. Oh well, he thought, as he led...

about 1 year ago

#Bookworm (United States) published:

A man called Death

PROMPT: Flash Fiction Competition 2020

Death only took up a small portion of life. Until now. The current Death, puppetmaster of lives, understood the power of humanity and adapted accordingly. People he believed corrupted or days he labelled numbered were helped onto the path to their final destination. Death, pleased with his efforts to eradicate overpopulation, asserted power and control. Nothing pleased him more than to watch as order descended into chaos as people’s fear of Death grew.. Oh well, he thought, as he led...

Seeking Peer Reviews

about 1 year ago

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#Bookworm (United States) published:

The Most Controversial Open Letter of All Time

PROMPT: Letter Writing Competition 2020

Dear China, 

I am going to say something. Something that will rock the foundations of the ideals we exist to uphold. Carefully planted words that will neutralize the negativity that you did not need in the first place. A phrase that, once uttered, might finally bring the wrath of the entire world onto me. Six words that you might need in the long run: China, I feel sorry for you.

As I finish typing those six words, my inner sceptic...

Seeking Peer Reviews

about 1 year ago

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#Bookworm (United States) published:

The Most Controversial Open Letter of All Time

PROMPT: Letter Writing Competition 2020

Dear China, 

I am going to say something. Something that will rock the foundations of the ideals we exist to uphold. Carefully planted words that will neutralize the negativity that you did not need in the first place. A phrase that, once uttered, might finally bring the wrath of the entire world onto me. Six words that you might need in the long run: China, I feel sorry for you.

As I finish typing those six words, my inner sceptic...

Seeking Peer Reviews

about 1 year ago

#Bookworm (United States) published:

The Most Controversial Open Letter of All Time

PROMPT: Letter Writing Competition 2020

Dear China, 

I am going to say something. Something that will rock the foundations of the ideals we exist to uphold. Carefully planted words that will neutralize the negativity that you did not need in the first place. A phrase that might finally bring the wrath of the entire world onto me. Six words that you might need in the long run: China, I feel sorry for you.

As I finish typing those six words, my inner sceptic (as usual)has...

Seeking Peer Reviews

about 1 year ago