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Trauma

 

She scrubbed in and walked under the scorching lights of the operation theater which were concentrated on the patient’s abdomen. She held out a hand and said, “scalpel”. 295 more words

Creativity

Topic Interest - The Power of A Half Hour

Have you ever noticed how, sometimes, your days consist of 30 minute time blocks?

One of my favorite inspirational speakers and writers, Tommy Barnett, wrote a book called… 408 more words

TDC #306: Comics

We’re talking about comics! Especially the new Figment series, which Lisa is enjoying.

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Figment Boston [Photogallery]

A couple weeks ago I wrote about FIGMENT Boston, and then a few days later I headed down to the Rose Kennedy Greenway to check out for myself. 733 more words

Art & Design

a simple matter of narration

People have told me that it’s strange I prefer to use first-person/present tense narration in my writing. In fact, they actually commend me on keep the correct tense throughout my writing, saying that it’s hard to keep it all present tense without slipping into the past. 145 more words

Writing

people who don't like what you have to say

I am sixteen years old. In two years, I’ll be a legal adult and off to college. I am capable to driving (not that I can because I’m just so damn lazy). 248 more words

Writing

Everyday Living: Tomorrow Is A Lie

Tomorrow doesn’t exist. It was shocking to me when my brain finally realized it. Tomorrow is like an imaginary friend to a little child, it is a mere figment of our imagination. 258 more words