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The Only Real Failure

One of my most favorite authors is Cynthia Voigt. I’ve mentioned her before…You can even find her name on my FAQ page, along with the concept of an EAQ section, which I think she made up. 1,000 more words

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'A Game of Thrones' by George R. R. Martin

This is my first post in a long time, as I’ve been pretty busy recently. Now that the dust has settled, I felt I really couldn’t avoid writing a review of the most recent book I’ve read. 496 more words

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5 books I have read more than once (or twice)

Most of us have favourite books that we can read over and over again and never get tired of. Here are a few that I have read so many times I could probably tell you the entire book without having to refer to the book once. 479 more words

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5 books that made me cry

It’s time to break out the tissues! This week I have decided to talk about    5 books that made me cry

  1. The Fault in Our Stars…
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On Creating a Reader + Benjamin Percy's "The Deadlands"

Reading came pretty easy for me. I don’t really remember a moment when the formation of words and sentences didn’t fascinate me. Math was foreign and mind-boggling for me at a young age, but reading (and phonics, at that time) was natural and easy. 951 more words

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Homecoming by Cynthia Voigt

Book Challenge Category; A book you started but never finished.

I was in middle school the last time I read this book. I don’t remember finishing it, but honestly, I’m glad I didn’t. 328 more words

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Open Hand

We met – and made friends – with a single hello.

It was freshman year at the University of Asia and the Pacific. We were both part of a talk being conducted by the Balanghai (an Opus Dei center) for the top thirty entering female students of 2009. 311 more words

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