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Some of my favorite fictional characters have been the artists

I recently re-read one of my favorite Sweet Valley High Super Specials, Mystery Date (http://amzn.com/0553570730) – staring the creative Olivia Davidson, SVH artist, writer, brain, and self-described loner alongside the dapper Ken Matthews, SVH’s star quarterback, jock, brain-ish, with a secret sensitive/artsy side. 453 more words

Dawn and the Not-So-Impossible Three

This is the first Dawn book. As she pedals to her next job, Dawn informs us that she’s the newest member of the BSC, and that the club is the most important thing in her life. 1,551 more words

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Life Is Better Lived With Music & Books...Mostly Books

Books to me are like songs to other people. When people hear a song from 10-15 even 20 years ago, they can pretty much tell you what was going on in their lives and what was happening in the world when that song came out for the first time (like, “Every Rose has It’s Thorn” by Poison came out when I was in 4th grade and that my boyfriend at the time bought me the single on cassette for Christmas). 272 more words

Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt Read-Alikes

If you’re anything like me, you’ve binge-watched Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt at least five times since its debut on Netflix. My Unbreakableaddiction is seriously becoming a problem, it’s even spurred several bouts of Hulkamania. 207 more words

Retail Employee Problems (This is Not the Babysitters Club)

** If you may recall I like to write about my experiences in retail. Mostly because they are so absurd and entertaining. So please consider this part two of my I’m-not-sure-how-many-parts-yet series. 864 more words

The Birth of a Book Worm

I think I was in third grade when my teacher called my mother to report that I was “wasting time” in class and not listening during story time. 465 more words

Babysitter's Club

Right foot, left foot, right foot...keep moving.

As I wade through a sea of dirty floors, bills to be paid, dinner dishes, and a week of long days between now and Spring Break, it’s so easy to lose the plot with writing. 498 more words