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The Rest Of Us Just Live Here by Patrick Ness

The name ‘The Rest Of Us Just Live Here’ is self explanatory. This time it is not about the chosen ones or ‘indie kids’ (as called in this book). 780 more words

Young Adult

You see, at that time it was my body against me

There was always this weird awkwardness to my girliness. I remember smashing my feet wildly down into whatever I was careening towards as a child. Never looking very far ahead of my short spastic legs. 466 more words

How I got here

unraveling a knot. this is the great tension in my belly, the catch in my throat. I want to let go, flow, allow the truth of experience and the meshing of emotional complexity and processing synergize into an artist’s narrative. 434 more words



My throwback is this one

I just loved this book! The scenery & setting was a perfect backdrop to a secret that, once revealed, leaves a ripple effect across the lives of one family. 71 more words


To Fly Or Not To Fly.

I see a dream
I am in flight on my feet
Escaping, rushing – Adrenaline flowing
Sometimes looking at a cat standing guard
Outside my home, where my parents live… 134 more words


Review: Everything, Everything by Nicola Yoon

I don’t say this often about books, but Everything, Everything was perfect. If you’ve yet to read it, I’m going to need you to order a copy ASAP. 488 more words


Cemetery Junction

Written and directed by comic geniuses, Ricky Gervais and Stephan Mechant, this movie is more than just laughs (which don’t worry it certainly delivers). It is also a movie with a deeper message about coming of age and the decisions we make along the way. 282 more words