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Chapter Four

Two weeks after her accident, the door to Ellie’s room opened. Two people and a black rug entered.

“Oh my gosh! Stella! Reid! Misty! Wow, do you need to see the groomer or what?” The puppy danced around the room, sniffing at everything. 1,740 more words

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The 100... My new (not so) guilty pleasure TV.

Hey Lost Boys and Girls,

So this is a different kind of post for you this time. Recently I’ve been searching for that special something to fill my TV schedule since a void appeared after the finales of all my favourite shows, (Revenge, Pretty Little Liars and Game of Thrones.) But Monday nights have just got a 100%, see what I did there, more interesting with the arrival of The 100 to British TV screens. 775 more words

Young Adult

31 Best Fictional Characters

Here is my list of 31 Best Fictional Characters.

Parameters include: a character must be the protagonist in the book (no minor characters), a character must be human (no robots from… 547 more words

Books

The Back Story

Where do you start a story? You might think the answer is obvious – at the beginning, of course! But it’s not quite that simple. 456 more words

Writing

TTT: Characters in Deserted Islands

This is almost an excuse to list all my fictional husbands, but I decided to actually take practicality into effect. That isn’t to say that some of the characters I would bring do not have a hotness factor, but in my book, even those described as rat-faced characters are attractive to me if they’re particularly clever and skilled. 788 more words

Books

Top Ten Tuesday|Deserted Island

This weeks Top Ten Tuesday topic hosted by Broke and Bookish is Top Ten Characters I Would Want With Me On A Deserted Island! The ladies from Broke and Bookish expand on this to say that you can pick based on whatever you like whether it be skills, the company or pure hotness. 711 more words

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