Stephen King THE BOOGEYMAN ‘I came to you because I want to tell my story,’ the man on Dr Harper’s couch was saying. The man was Lester Billings from Waterbury, Connecticut.
Tanaji Malusare was Shivaji’s childhood friend and companion at arms. He was very brave and daring. Shivaji proudly called him his Sivnha or Lion.
Oscar Wilde. The Canterville Ghost I When Mr. Hiram B.
William Gibson. New Rose hotel Seven rented nights in this coffin, Sandii. New Rose Hotel. How I want you now. Sometimes I hit you. Replay it so slow and sweet and mean, I can almost feel it.
OF MICE AND MEN by John Steinbeck ONE A few miles south of Soledad, the Salinas River drops in close to the hillside bank and runs deep and green.
The Two-Centimeter Demon by Isaac Asimov I met George at a literrary convention a good many years ago, and was struck by the peculiar look of innocence and candor upon his round middle-aged face.
Ray Bradbury. The Veldt “George, I wish you’d look at the nursery.” “What’s wrong with it?” “I don’t know.” “Well, then.
Humayun lay in a coma. His father Babar stood beside his bed, sad and worried. The Chief Vizier and the nobles crowded behind him.
Flower Fables by Louisa May Alcott “Pondering shadows, colors, clouds Grass-buds, and caterpillar shrouds Boughs on which the wild bees settle, Tints that spot the violet’s petal.
The Battle of Life by Charles Dickens CHAPTER I – Part The First Once upon a time, it matters little when, and in stalwart England, it matters little where, a fierce battle was fought.
I stood on the deck of S.S. Rajula. As she slowly moved out of Madras harbour, I waved to my grandparents till I could see them no more. I was thrilled to be on board a ship.
Ponni sat on the footpath in front of Berywood Girls Primary School. She sold knick-knacks for little girls.
The Story Behind The “Foundation” by Isaac Asimov The date was August 1, 1941. World War II had been raging for two years.