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A Story Beyond

  There’s a story everywhere. Everyone has a story, particularly from their own little mind. The story can be about anything at all. It’s different, probably not even the same. A story requires some strength and power to complete. A story can be discovered or heard all over. When you know about a story, a… Continue reading A Story Beyond

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List of Books I’ve Read in 2016

I put together a list of books that I’ve read in 2016. Books read in January: 1. “Cape Cod Kisses: Love on Rockwell Island” By: Bella Andre & Melissa Foster 2. “Tales from the Back Row” By: Amy Odell 3. “Down the Rabbit Hole” By: Holly Madison 4. “The Sweet Life” By: Dulce Candy Ruiz… Continue reading List of Books I’ve Read in 2016

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Too Much Reading is Good for YOU

Reading makes you sympathize more. It can even make you smarter. You can discover lots of things when you read. It doesn’t matter if you read paper books, ebooks, magazines, articles, and everything else. It’s the subject of reading. Too much reading is good for your intellect. You truly feel more strongly about reading a… Continue reading Too Much Reading is Good for YOU

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Childhood Memories: Books

These are my favorite books in my childhood (well since my preteen years). They’re all books series. Some I wished to be a component of it. Some of the books really helped me a swell deal. Some of the books were turned into movies and TV appearances. They’re all really good. Here are my favorite… Continue reading Childhood Memories: Books

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Letter to Fictional Characters: The Fault in our Stars 

[I once again will write a missive to a fictional character. This time it will be three parts. I’m proceeding to write three letters from the book and movie “The Fault in our Stars”. The three roles are: Hazel, Augustus, and Issac.] Dear Hazel Grace,          You’ve found your path out of… Continue reading Letter to Fictional Characters: The Fault in our Stars