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If It's Good Enough for Stephen Colbert, It's Good Enough for Me

I’m excited for the arrival of September. It will bring with it slightly cooler temperatures in Charleston, less crowded days on the beach, Clemson football game weekends with my boyfriend, and the debut of… 659 more words

Stacy Sergent

Alfie Outdoors by Shirley Hughes 📚 a book review

Have you noticed how everything which is now in fashion was also popular when we were younger?

It’s as if we are slowly moving away from technology in favour of things which we enjoyed when we were children, or our parents enjoyed when they were younger. 541 more words

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Welcome Fellow Readers :)

I hope everyone has had a successful first few weeks, getting back into the rhythm of things! I just wanted to make sure everyone knew what to do with the new app, as it may be a little confusing to figure it out on your own. 330 more words

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Author: Robin Sloan

Synopsis: Clay used to work as a website designer, but when the Great Recession hits, he is stuck looking for a new job.   476 more words


Looking for a Sweet read...look no further than Candis Terry

Recently I started reading Candis Terry.  Why, you may ask did I decide to read Candis Terry?  The answer is really quite simple!  At the beginning of 2015 I made a resolution that I would I would attempt to read all the authors who were calling or Skyping with my local book club.  298 more words

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The Bell Jar- Words and Quotes

Words from The Bell Jar by Sylvia Plath:

  • lurid- gruesome, revolting
  • malady- a disorder or disease; an undesirable condition
  • rivulet- a small stream
  • mulish- stubborn (like a mule)
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The Bell Jar- Review

The Bell Jar by Sylvia Plath (read August 30th)

Commonly seen on ‘must-read’ lists, especially for women, I decided this would be a great book to read right before going back to school and beginning my junior year. 401 more words