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Hello New Readers

(god I feel like a prat for claiming to have ‘readers’)

I don’t really know what to write about this topic; basically, I’ve had a bit of an influx of new readers (cheers, btw) because this blog is shared on my Facebook wall, so all the English-doing, magazine-writing, other-people’s-interests-appreciating people I’m befriending here at uni are seeing this collection of scatter-brained ideas and self-loathing pop up in their news feeds, and are actually clicking on the link. 762 more words

I Suck

Thriller - recommended

Recommended after the 10 minute test.

Killing Houston
by Dealey Ford. 85120 words. $3.99 at Smashwords.

While on his final tour in Iraq, U.S. Marine Nick Kacey witnesses a fellow soldier murder a young boy in cold blood. 198 more words

Indie Authors

Spanning the Literary Growth: A Reader's Reflection

This essay was an assignment for class. We had to write a literary autobiography detailing how reading has influenced our lives.

A girl who teaches herself to read at the age of three is bound to find herself in a lifetime of trouble. 1,233 more words

Reblogging Etiquette

I’ve been reblogged a few times (once or twice by the person that inspired this post), and my decision never do them myself is very much at odds with my opinion on the practice itself. 647 more words

Streams Of Thought

Do you speak spanish?

”Do you speak spanish?”

this reading this only in Spanish, you can translate it in your translator.

BY JULLES SABA KATZ RAYNAULD

LOS CAMINOS QUE MARCAN NUESTRA VIDA, O NUESTRO ANDAR DIARIO SE PUEDEN PLAGAR DE TODO ESO, DE TODO ESO QUE LLAMAMOS LEER, IMAGINAR Y REFLEXIONAR. 2,311 more words
Rookie Writer

I Won An Award?

My dear and lovely follower lisettek nominated me for an award called the “One Lovely Blog Award”, in which certain bloggers can nominate you for. However, when researching the award, I couldn’t find any official documentation or research about it. 574 more words

My Editoral Pieces