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5Stories is a digital only magazine. Every issue features 5 stories across various genres. 5Stories aims to be at the forefront of storytelling, pushing the boundaries while exploring the best and the most exciting short stories. Only original, previously unpublished short stories appear on 5Stories. 5Stories facilitates connections between emerging writers and global readers at large.

Welcome to a fascinating read!

A Christmas Carol

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“A Christmas Carol is an everlasting classic that describes the story of a miserly, horrible man called Ebenezer Scrooge and his journey towards the path of salvation. The story revolves around Scrooge’s hatred for Christmas. It tells us about those who are not as fortunate as him. On the Christmas Eve, three spirits who take Scrooge on a journey through time visit him and help him realise the kind of person he has transformed over time, and the impact of his actions on others. A Christmas Carol tells us the spirit of Christmas through a story of self-realisation, making readers believe that there is a Christmas miracle truly.
on, on the night of Christmas Eve, Ebenezer Scrooge, a cold-hearted and old miser refuses his nephew’s invitation for Christmas dinner and rudely turns away the gentlemen seeking donation for the poor. And as he sits down alone in his cold, dark apartment, he is visited by the ghost of Jacob Marley, his dead partner. Marley is cursed to wander the earth. When Marley relates his unfortunate story, Scrooge is warned. Before Marley leaves, Scrooge is told that he would be haunted by Three Spirits. As the Ghosts of Christmas Past, Christmas Present and Christmas Yet to Come take Scrooge on respective journeys, whether he would learn the true meaning of the season. A Christmas Carol is filled with compassion and humour, with the characters who continue to live outside the pages. This Ghost story of Christmas will make you laugh and cry and still continues to be adapted into films, stage operas and other media.

A Dawn Of A New Vision

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New Dawn Visions Productions the name came about I was sitting at a job I was doing for a source of income, God said to me I must name the company New Dawn Visions Productions. As the Founder and CEO what as New Dawn Visions Productions we offer came about as self taught, self made individual in writing, directing, producing, art, photographic work, location scouting, drawing, model scouting, talent scouting, talent promotions, editing, campaigns which I incorporated in New Dawn Visions Productions moving forward. At moment we are working with aspiring models to make them the best they can be as individuals, they all from different walks of life, all shape and sizes. We are promoting an artist in Johannesburg, did a beat for him, has songs will soon be online music platforms. Our aim is to unite all race in South Africa to work us one to make South Africa, each project will portray that.
How I met some of models through Facebook, word of mouth.
Page 2. The shareholders responsibilities Siviwe writer, editor, producer, direct, scout, location scouting and shooting, Sinesipho, photographer, co director, cindy, wardrobe , make up and videographer.
Page 3. The models tell their own stories, how they grow up, their challenges and how I overcame them.
Page 4. Artist, a rapper, we distribute has music, promote it, will do a music video and brand, we be doing a bikini shoot with our models to open a new market for the brand.
Page 5.Messages.
Always be a New Dawn be a vision of inspiration of someone like you or with a simpler background.
Break all chains, let go of you think is holding you back from achieving your ultimate goal or live your full potential.
Page 6. Thankful messages to my mother, brother and my models.
Page 7. Closing Those who have been chosen last, told they were not worthy, made to feel ashamed, a dream was taken from them and those who were made to second guess their dream, talent, destiny and path; they should take to be fulfilled and walk with Jehovah.
Come to New Dawn Visions Productions.

A Journey to the Centre of the Earth

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An adventurous Geology Professor Lidenbrock finds a manuscript in which a 16th-century explorer says that he has found a route to the earth’s center. The professor starts to investigate and with his Axel, he sets off across Iceland with Hans Bjelke, a native guide. The expedition marches toward an extinct volcano, where they come across a subterranean world of luminous rocks, antediluvian forests, and amazing marine life. The classic Journey to the CENTER of the Earth takes readers into world’s geological past.

A Steampunk Guide to Hunting Monsters

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Steampunk Fashion, Photography and Fiction combine in this serialized fantasy photography magazine, A Steampunk Guide to Hunting Monsters, by artist Tyson Vick. This illustrated tour de force combines steampunk fairy tales and monster stories with the visual aspect of a graphic novel.

The beautiful and oblivious Philomena Dashwood joins a world-wide Monster Hunting Tour in hopes of finding adventure. However, she refuses to give up any of her finery or opinions. After a seance gone wrong, an angry ghost attacks, and Philomena comes to the rescue, but one adventure leads into the next, and soon Philomena finds herself facing off against Witches, mummies, werewolves, vampires, ghosts, seamonsters and more! She meets new friends, encounters dangerous shipwrecks, and contends with threats to her woolen skirts. Perhaps the most terrifying adventure she faces is the throng of admiring suitors that meet her along the way. 

A Tale of Two Cities

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A Tale of Two Cities begins in London and Paris and presents the most remarkable saga of love, chaos, duality and uprising all through the French Revolution. It was the best of times, the worst of times; it was the age of wisdom and the age of foolishness. In 1775 Lucie Manette, a young orphan realised that she had been living a fake life. Her father whom she had taken for dead was, in fact, alive. Charles Darnay, the self-exiled nephew of the Marquis Evremonde was accused of sedition. Madame Defarge, a victim of the French nobility made a registry of those condemned to die and Sydney Carton, an alcoholic English lawyer in love with Lucie. They were all fighting the social issues that had besieged France and England. A Tale of Two Cities is a masterpiece which captures the reader’s attention towards its haunting narrative of the French Revolution. Charles Dickens presents a picture of sacrifice and redemption through this fiction and believes firmly in the virtues of renaissance and transformation.


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பிரான்ஸிலிருந்து வெளியாகும் இலக்கியக் காலாண்டிதழ்.

Aazhi Sirukadhai Thoguppu

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ஆழி சிறுகதை தொகுப்பு


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ABHIDHANANTAR- the well-known Marathi literary journal is ushering a new beginning due to the pressing demand from its huge audience worldwide.
We are coming out again totally charged with quality literary content which was solely missed by the discerning readers of Marathi and translated from the world languages in Marathi.


ABHIDHANANTAR was around on the Marathi Literary scene for fifteen years. It was one of the earliest literary magazine and literary movement in Marathi to recognize and respond creatively to the transforming power of the force of globalization on our life and culture. Before ABHIDHANANTAR, hardly anyone had given a serious thought to globalization and its impact on Marathi poetry. ABHIDHANANTAR has always given generous space to the thought of linguistic, culture and the literary changes taken place in the last decade of the previous century. It also provided a platform to new talent in poetry who responded to the new cultural and social changes brought about by the force of globalization. The focus of this periodical was on the relationship between literature and globalization and it showcased the literature and poetry which emerged from the social, cultural and linguistic crises brought about by globalization. Abhidhanantar was also honored with the Maharashtra Foundation Award for its contributions to Marathi literature.

ABP Pujabarshiki

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Adda is a bengali monthly lifestyle and issue based magazine focusing modern issues.

Adventure Tales

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Adventure Tales is retro pulp fiction magazine, drawing its content from all the classic pulp magazines of the early 20th Century…plus fanzines and newspapers (newspapers regularly published fiction into the 1940s). Mystery, science fiction, adventure, westerns — we don’t limit by genre, but by quality.

Affaire de Coeur

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Primarily a book review magazine, Affaire de Coeur also features author, putlisher, and interviews from others in the publsihng sphere. We feature reviews from all genre, focusing on, but not limited to women’s fiction. We also include audio reviews, Young Adult, Sci-Fi, Fantasy, Mystery, audiobooks, ebooks, as well as thrillers. We are known for our honest reviews.

Age of Aether

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Age of Aether — A Steampunk Adventure-Romance Novella. When Captain Benjamin Bantam is tapped to go back in time in order to retrieve a cure for the vicious Shadow plague, he is shocked to arrive in an alternate 1944 where electricity doesn’t exist. Instead, a parallel past has mysteriously arisen — complete with parasols, stunningly luxurious Aerotels, hydrologic computing, Helux-powered ‘cloud growlers’ and a space elevator-based moon race with Germany. And of course, there is the lovely Dr. Rachelle Archenstone …


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Aglet is an antho-zine based on giving the reader a well-rounded experience. Every fortnight, we will bring you a curated collection of stories and art, from around the world.

An ‘aglet’ is the metallic/plastic piece at the end of any lace/string, like the one on your shoes. It’s what ties together the multiple threads that form your laces. And if you’ve had the bad luck of losing that little piece, you’d know how very important it is to have.

Now taking this into perspective, our Aglet is the vital piece that will connect people with captivating stories, tying them in a global network.

Our mission? To re-introduce the idea of enjoying short stories to the world.


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A “workshop of literature, where wonderful, audacious and strange things come into being.” —Bernhard Schlink, author of The Reader

AGNI is a literary magazine housed at Boston University and known “among readers around the world,” as the writers group PEN put it, “for publishing important new writers early in their careers, many of them translated into English for the first time.”

E. C. Osondu won the Caine Prize for African Writing; we had begun to champion his work years earlier—in fact, his first and second published stories appeared in AGNI. Jhumpa Lahiri’s “Interpreter of Maladies” appeared in AGNI before becoming the title story of her Pulitzer-winning collection. Ha Jin was publishing his poems in AGNI when he was a graduate student at Brandeis University. Some of his earliest stories appeared here also, and he has gone on to win the National Book Award and the PEN/Faulkner Award, twice. Others include Susanna Kaysen, Mark Doty, Glyn Maxwell, Joan Wickersham, Cynthia Huntington, and J. D. Daniels.

When they came to us, these names did not resonate the way they do now. It was the writing that captured us—and does still.

Edited by writers Sven Birkerts and William Pierce, AGNI publishes two 240-page issues of fiction, essays, and poetry a year.

The mission is straightforward: To bring our reader into the living moment, not as a tourist but as an engaged participant. And—as means and method—to champion writers who engage the world in and around them, shaping their words so intimately that the ripple of their seeing and the quirks of their thinking become part of the portrait.


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