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The Lampire

The Lampire

“Jacob! You just had to invite Michael, didn’t you?” Avery groaned.

Her best friend, Cami, said, “Why are you complaining? Michael’s hot.”

Avery snorted. 1,210 more words

Writing

“I am the master of my fate,

I am the captain of my soul.”

~ William Ernest Henley

The darkness covered everything like a heavy cloak. 649 more words

Fate

Review: The Bat (Harry Hole, Book 1) by Jo Nesbo

Let’s get it out of the way.

“You said Harry.”

“Yeah! And then you said Hole!’

“Huh huh huh huh huh huh huh”

“Yeah. Heh heh. 284 more words

Book Blog

SoCS: Untwist Your Balls

“Don’t get your panties in a bunch, Yanna.” That’s what my husband always said to me whenever he thought I was overreacting to something.

When he went to dinner with his female best friend who also happened to be his ex-fiancé, he told me, “It wasn’t a  428 more words

Short Fiction

The Big One Hundred Challenge

I’ve always considered myself a pretty good authority when it comes to children’s literature, however I’ve recently noticed a few gaps in my knowledge, gaps that involve some fairly significant books. 362 more words

Children

Momma's Girls. Part four

I turn. Raspberry has already pulled the Glock out from behind her back. I throw my arm up and across in time to stop her from lining the gun up with my nose, but there’s no way on earth that I can stop her from pulling the trigger. 1,188 more words

Fiction

Saturday Selection: Colleen Coble

Review of Lonestar Sanctuary (Lonestar Series Book 1) by Colleen Coble

I found this book to be well done. The length was long enough to clearly develop the storyline and detail the characters without being redundant. 116 more words

Faith