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Women's Fiction No Longer

I never really thought I’d start my writing career with ‘women’s fiction’. My favorite author was Terry Pratchett, my favorite mangaka Kaori Yuki and I loved magical girl animes and Princess stories. 392 more words

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Check out this review of Igniting Andrew (Tarnished Saints Series Book 11)

Here is a review by April: http://www.goodreads.com/review/show/1636915039

Igniting Andrew by Elizabeth Rose!

Series: #11 in The Tarnished Saints Series
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Source: Received for an honest review… 19 more words

Review

It Begins: The Edits!

It seems like 2016 is going by in such a blur- I finish one set of tasks, only to realize that I’m about a month behind on the next ones and then I remember a totally different thing that I was supposed to do. 328 more words

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The Things You Forget

Something that I would love to have, as a person, would be to have some kind of built-in check off list that either flashed in front of my eyes or was built into a watch or something. 545 more words

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REVIEW: ELIZABETH ROSE 'INTRA'

Words by: Maddie Grammatopoulos

Elizabeth Rose’s debut album has dropped and boy oh boy is she one to watch. The blossoming RNB-cross-electronic-cross-fucking-awesome artist from Sydney has released ‘ 766 more words

Food Affects Disease

Food Affects Disease

By: Elizabeth Rose

Carolyn Denton, LN’s article, “How Does Food Impact Health?” (2013) insists that food directly contributes to disease. Denton supports her assertion through a combination of data like statistics on U.S. 259 more words

Nutrients vs Diet

Nutrients vs Diet

By: Elizabeth Rose

 Paul F Jacques et al’s article, “Are dietary patterns useful for understanding the role of diet in chronic disease?” (2001) claims that considering overall diet, instead of the current model that studies just individual nutrients, is important when considering diet and chronic disease. 271 more words