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Life As We Knew It by Susan Beth Pfeffer.

A brief summary of the plot.  An asteroid hits the moon and moves it closer to Earth, causing swelling tides which flood the coasts, earthquakes, and volcanic eruptions that put massive amounts of ash into the air, turning summer into winter.  1,331 more words

What His Desk Thinks About At Night

He and his missus have lived in this room over a year, and he still hasn’t cleaned me. Just dumps all his crap on my head, like I’m some sort of shelf. 190 more words

Creative Writing

Horror-FAIL Friday: My OLD Writing - Station Twelve Part 2

Welcome back to the next entry in my latest OLD Writing segment for Horror-FAIL Friday. Last week, we began a new and terrifyingly terrible tale featuring Jay Russel, a work-a-holic secret agent who is going on his first vacation in seven years. 653 more words

Horror Fail Friday

End Fear's Root


“I’m convinced that fear is at the root of most bad writing.”

— Stephen King
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Romance Lethargy

One negative aspect of borrowing books from the library is sometimes they expire before you get a chance to read them. This is especially difficult when reading a series. 760 more words

Jayne Ann Krentz

Fifty Observations of 'Grey'

So as most of you know, continuing in her shameless rip-off of homage to the Twilight Series by Stephenie Meyer, E.L James, professional wannabe mom-blogger and oh yes, writer of one of the biggest erotica series of this decade since yer nana’s Mills and Boons collection, has written a version of the first book of the Fifty Shades trilogy from Christian’s POV, succinctly just called ‘Grey.’ Man that woman doesn’t like to fuck around. 3,689 more words

Saving Max

Rating: 0/10

I don’t remember why I bought this book in the first place, or how long it had been sitting on my bookshelf. I finally came around to reading  947 more words