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Making A New Beginning

Have you ever wonder how to make a new beginning? How that little accident can change your life forever?

Well, to be honest, it doesn’t need to be like that.

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April's Re(ad)commendations

Here’s to another instalment of  Re(ad)commendations! I know, I’m amazed at my ability to punctually post articles as well. If you missed out on last month’s book recommendations, I have graciously linked the article… 392 more words

Arts & Literature

On Personal Tragedy and The Beginning of Everything

 

Ezra Faulkner. Awesome name. Nice character. This was one of the few realistic YA fiction books that I wanted to read. It’s written by Robyn Schneider, who may or may not be in love with the Great Gatsby. 651 more words

REVIEW: The Beginning Of Everything

Have you ever undergone a tragedy that has become the reason of a huge change in your life? If your answer is YES, did you like the change? 508 more words

Reviews

(Very Funny!) Author Interview -- Robyn Schneider, The Beginning of Everything

OK. Robyn Schneider is funny. Just how funny? Check out her series of short book-teasers about The Beginning of Everything.

Amid silly talk about hedgehogs and clothing malfunctions, Schneider more seriously describes her book as a cross between John Green’s… 54 more words

Authors

The Beginning of Everything

Title: The Beginning of Everything

Author: Robyn Schneider

Release Date: Available

So I’ve written about five beginning sentences for this review, but they’ve all contained expletives because I have such strong feelings about this book that a simple “Oh wow, it was really really excellent,” doesn’t seem to be working. 469 more words

Book Reviews

Book Review: The Beginning of Everything by Robyn Schneider

PLOT
Ezra Faulkner was a popular jock with a hot girlfriend, until the accident that left his legs crushed. Now he has no girlfriend, no friends, and no sport to play…but he befriends the debate team and he meets Cassidy, a young free spirit, who he falls in love with while finally learning about who he truly is. 676 more words

Literature