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Review: Day 21 by Kass Morgan

It’s been 21 days since the hundred landed on Earth. They’re the only humans to set foot on the planet in centuries . . . or so they thought.

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Book Reviews

Crazy comes out today! Congrats, @LVigenPhillips!

Happy Book Birthday to Crazy! If you don’t have your copy already, click the picture to find it on Amazon!

YA

The Life But Not As You Know It

Delilah Grace was living the life. She had a perfect boyfriend, she had perfect friends, she had a perfect life all around. Until her life crumbled slowly around her after her “perfect” boyfriend dumped her. 64 more words

Lame

A Bit of Satire

Here is a taste of the novel I’m working on, it’s satirical teen-fiction. I also decided that I might need to clarify, this is satire!!!!! Meaning I use a lot of sarcasm and derision to point human foolishness, in this case the foolishness is the way people (mainly teens) treat and perceive one and other and treat and perceive celebrities and socialites. 12 more words

Pop Culture

THE FAULT IN OUR STARS BY JOHN GREEN BOOK REVIEW

Lovely Sunshines,

Considering the genre of the books in my bookshelves, one can conclude that I am a fan of science fictions and fast-pace suspense thrilling novels. 519 more words

Book Review

The Earth, My Butt, and Other Big, Round Things by Carolyn Mackler

Virginia struggles to find a place for her imperfect self in a perfect family. Though her beautiful parents and siblings seem to have everything going for them, Virginia hates her body, and can’t seem to keep up the trophy-winning, record-setting, or ladder-climbing tradition her family keeps. 150 more words

Illustrations for Crew: American Spring

Illustrations courtesy of Find My Audience’s Thomas Mims. To see more of Thomas’s work, visit http://www.hawkandmoon.com/.

To read Mark Schroeder’s work-in-progress, Crew: American Spring, visit WattPad at… 86 more words

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