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Book Review : The Best of Me [Nicholas Sparks]

♡ Synopsis ♡

In the spring of 1984, high school students Amanda Collier and Dawson Cole fell deeply in love. Though they were from opposite sides of the tracks,their love for each other seemed to defy the realities of life in the small town of Oriental,North Carlorina. 201 more words

Romance

Dear John

Dear John,

I am well aware of the fact that your name is not in fact John but I kinda figured that it would be kinda cute to write you a “Dear John” letter. 210 more words

Endless

Mandisa - Dear John

Dear John, how you doin’
I’ve been thinking about you
I’m not sure how to say it,
But I’ve been praying daily
For some kind of a breakthrough… 297 more words

Music

Love and Letting Go

I’m trying to pick up where I left off with the A to Z Challenge, but a few of my short stories are taking on a life of their own, which is good and bad. 365 more words

Micro Story

Let's DSP him!

                                                                                                                                                                                       Estimated Year: 2114
                                                                                                                      Estimated month: January/February/December 
                                                                                         Translation (from Europanian):  The brain of Dr Jani Kourossos
  
                                                                                     
Dictated and scanned by OS Standard 5.0 funded & sponsored by… 594 more words

Character No. One - Eleanor

Part One of Eleanor’s Story

    I have held on for far too long. And now, with half a dozen people ahead of me, I am ready to let go. 2,364 more words

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Movie Review: Dear John (2010)

Le Sparks movie means le-kissing-in-the-rain

Staff Sergeant John Tyree meets Savannah on the beach during summer vacation. John is introduced to one of Savannah’s friends, Tim (Henry Thomas) who has an autistic son Alan (Luke Benward). 617 more words

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