Genre: Fiction

JONAH HUR

They had a rolling staircase, a heavy mobile staircase on castors, which a team of servants manned; when Zeus wanted to leave his luxurious apartment, or even get a snack of baklava in the kitchen, he chose a window, whistled to his team, and they rolled it over. These guards protected every entrance of the house.

JAMIE PAN

Exploring Forms of Magic in John Bellairs John Bellairs was a very famous author who wrote amazing books. He lived from 1938-1991, and was born in Marshall, Michigan. He was the first of three children. He went to public school most of his life, developing a passion for English literature. Besides writing, he enjoyed reading Read more…

JONATHAN LIM

Ta-Ka-Me-Ray At a small, cozy house near the woods there lived a boy and his family. The boy’s name was Jefferson Smith III, but he preferred to be called Jeff. Jeff had brown ruffled hair, freckles and a big smile; he was 9 years old and he had a hunger for adventure. Jeff lived with Read more…

JASON XU

  The Peculiar Patient Chapter 1 – The Encountering It seemed to be another regular day at the Lewis Gale Public Hospital; five childbirths and four life saving operations was an average day…. In the sea of drugged patients, nervous families, and stressed doctors, there stood the one man who enjoyed being at the hospital: Read more…

VINCENT CHANG

Once Xander manages to enrage the businessmen, he finally ceases to bother them. And if he decides not to do business with them, the moment he sees a friend that he has done business with or a well-known, respected financial advisor in the room, he immediately picks up the microphone and announces to the impatient guests that he will close his office. Afterwards he makes some snide remarks towards those that remain behind. His insults will never fail, and the angered businessmen storm into the elevator. Subsequently, Xander shuts off the elevator.