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Nathan's Pick: Diary of a Wimpy Kid

I liked this book because I can relate a lot of my middle school life to it. It’s a very amazing book with each page holding inspiration and a bit of laughter. 30 more words

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Recital

Author’s Note: Hello all. This is a short story I wrote up a few months ago. I may make it into a novel…idk yet. But reviews and comments would be greatly appreciated. 2,971 more words

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Kerry

Author’s Note: This is a short story about a girl who’s spent too much time alone. It’s sad so proceed with caution. Enjoy! 

Kerry

There it sat upon the tall, oak-finished bookcase. 2,267 more words

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The Little Lady Who Reads

Author’s Note: This is my first work to be posted on Wordpress! Wooh! It’s a romance short story. Enjoy! 

The Little Lady Who Reads

Eric felt the depths of his chest begin to pulsate more and more violently as he paced back and forth across the tile floor of the bathroom stall. 2,020 more words

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Sure Signs of Crazy by Karen Harrington

Love can be a trouble word for some people. Crazy is also a trouble word.
I should know.
You’ve never met anyone exactly like twelve-year-old Sarah Nelson.

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YA Lit that Imitates Life: When Realistic Fiction is Really Just Awesome

Ah, even now as I continue my way through Meghan Shephard’s The Madman’s Daughter, as I anxiously await the arrival of the remaining Sweep series books via snail mail, and even as I count the days until the next interesting fantastical YA Lit book becomes a larger-than-life movie, I’m still impressed by the realistic aspect of some of these books. 513 more words

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Review: Circa Now by Amber McRee Turner

Circa Now is one of those books that is getting a lot of buzz this summer.  I tend to take note of that buzz and couldn’t quite place why I seemed to know this book.   418 more words

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