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All Search Results „Closet“

58 search results were found for the search term „Closet“.



Books (56)


Who's In My Closet?
Debbie Lacy Who's In My Closet?
  • Short Story
  • English
  • 4285 Words
  • Ages 12 and up
  • 239
  • 0
A marvelous promotion directs a family toward relocation from a small, cramped townhouse in the city of Syracuse, [more]

Keywords: Closet, Teddy, Bear, New Home, Promotion, Houston, Texas, Intruder, Fear

$3.49

Skeletons in the Closet
faze1315 Yeahright Skeletons in the Closet
  • Romance
  • English
  • 21192 Words
  • No Age Recommendation
  • 507
  • 20
In every little town, they always have skeletons in the closet. Alex is determined to figure the truth, [more]

Keywords: demon, romance, action, adventure

For Free

skeleton in the closet
angel wolf skeleton in the closet
  • Erotic
  • English
  • 3280 Words
  • Ages 18 and up
  • 138
  • 15
ethan and his wife and mate victoria has just been crowned god and godess due to the death [more]

Keywords: demon, godess, jealousy, revenge, devil, violence, erotica

For Free

The Closet
Marcus Chapin The Closet
  • Short Story
  • English
  • 810 Words
  • Ages 8 and up
  • 75
  • 0
Hello, my name is Marcus Chapin and I have been writing on and off for many years. Stories [more]

For Free

I Found An Angel In My Closet
Alexandra Franks I Found An Angel In My Closet
  • Fantasy
  • English
  • 1310 Words
  • No Age Recommendation
  • 498
  • 20
Everything changes when Diamond Reed finds something special in her closet.

For Free

Groups (2)


Manga and Anime
Manga and Anime
  • 423 Members
The manga and anime group. For all those Closet Otakus, Cosplayers or just plain Manga and Anime lovers.
The Debate Club
The Debate Club
  • 6 Members
Welcome all you strong-hearted debaters! There are no restrictions to the topics, though it is appreciated if you try to refrain from using spiritual-only arguments. These are just some suggested guidelines so we can keep a civil and friendly debating atmosphere: (1.) Try to stay a secular as you can, debates are welcome on religion and spiritual morality, but please have some intellectual backing to them. (2.) Keep the language to day-time television. There are plenty of ways to get your point across without sounding like a well-educated sailor. (3.) Don't be rude. This is the closet thing to a rule we have. Harassment and fighting will not be tolerated. Your topic will be deleted on the first offense. On the second, you will be removed form the group. (4.) Use proper grammar. Typos, common mistakes, and confusion are fine, but don't argue with "omg ur just trn to fite me bruh." That's it, so just debate to your heart's desire!
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