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Test
by D.J. Sylvis

You open your eyes to find that you’re strapped to a chair – again. Your line of work leads to some tricky situations, but you’re sure you can handle whatever this turns out to be. And hey, at least you’re out of the house. (Cover by Jodie Austen)

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The Flashback
by Giovanna Esse

Prova thriller Italiano

the smallest cheeseburger
by pete mitchell

a hungry man goes to a fateful dinner

SPOT™: GONE ROGUE
by spotfan123

An ENCHANTING tale, of love, devotion, sadness, betrayal, and most importantly... Spot™. JOIN US as we go on a 3-page journey where we will learn about ourselves and the greater world. Thank you.

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30 kilogrammes
by verity v

Summer is over. It's time to go back. But first, I need to pack. A tiny utopia.

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cooking
by krk

playing with my food

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Where in the world is trankzen ?
by EdWarné

Le mystère d'un homme. L'oeuvre d'une vie.

Dissertation Help
by angellily

I am a SEO expert.

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Awake
by josh g.

A story of searching.

The Thing Beyond the Window
by AA

The story of a ghost, that misunderstood something, so haunts the narrator,

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Put the Fruit in the Bowl
by Brian Kwak

An experiment with objects in Texture.

House of Leaves
by Angela Garza

an short interactive interpretation of Mark Z. Danielewski's House of Leaves

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House of Suspicion
by Danisha Rogers

What happens when you finally acknowledge that abandoned victorian house?

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Mission: Babysitter
by SSR

For the child of international super-spies, this babysitter is more than annoying - he's lethal.

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Cloak of Darkness
by Roger Firth (original author)

Cloak of Darkness is a traditional Interactive Fiction demonstration story. The Texture version has been adapted from Roger Firth's original.

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Killer Commute
by Jim Munroe

Sometimes it feels like your life is on repeat. (Cover: Aubrey Serr)

My First Story
by My name is not Cameron

Always will be a work in progress. Just experimenting with this tool and this genre. Mostly non-fiction, I guess.

I tre porcellini
by Antonella

Storia quasi horror

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