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Speculative Fiction: Splicing Genres and Genes in Orxy and Crake

Enter the term “speculative fiction” into Google and you’ll get a conglomeration  of sources that define speculative fiction  as a category that is composed  of various genres, the most common of which are  science fiction and fantasy. 833 more words

Speculative Fiction

Inkblot Entry

Hi there! I’m a student who enjoys reading as well as writing even though my major is in the sciences. If you’ve stumbled upon this post in my blog, the blog is either very new or you came digging through my archives. 192 more words

Academic Reading

Investigating the Hottie

When Amanda spends a week with her aunt, Christie, she learns that her aunt is a spy. Christie admits that Amanda has security clearance and has already started her training.

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The Book That Continued to Eat My Brain After I Finished It

Gone Girl

By Gillian Flynn

Last night (or early this morning, if you want to be technical), I finally finished Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn.  Flynn weaves a well-crafted, engaging, and stupefying tale of two people who are…Messed.   659 more words

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Goal Analysis: How to Clarify Your Goals So You Can Actually Achieve Them by Robert F. Mager

Having a goal and reaching the goal are two entirely different subjects. There are many books out there which teach a person how have goals in their lives. 682 more words

Reviews

Review: Thinking For a Change

You can act you way into feeling long before you can feel your way into action. If you wait until you feel like doing something, you will likely never accomplish it.

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My Bookshelf 13. Ravens and Valkyrie.

So, I’ve finally decided to review another book.

This week I finished “The Raven’s Knot”, which is actually the second book in a series by Robin Jarvis. 930 more words

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