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Writing Prompt: The Captor

“Get up. That’s right you, with the face. GET UP.” After the boot roughly hits your side you groggily wake up. You remember the bomb, yes the bomb you had to deactivate. 220 more words

General Fiction

The Mortality of Living: a Review of The Immortalists by Chloe Benjamin

General Fiction
Publisher: G. P. Putnam’s Sons
Publication date: January 9th, 2018
Format: Paperback
Source: Times Reads
Page Count: 352

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Book Reviews

The Mercury Travel Club, Helen Bridgett

The Mercury Travel Club, Helen Bridgett

Genre:  General Fiction (adult), Women’s Fiction.

Usual moan…Woman’s Fiction. Again….* sigh* Why do we have a category aimed at excluding those who might want to read this. 566 more words


Snow Dumps on California's Sierra Mountains

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Book Review - The Green Mile


Title: The Green Mile

Author: Stephen King

Release Date: March through August 1996

Number of Pages: 620

Genre: General Fiction

Rating: 📖📖📖📖


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Some Animals by Alexander Franks - Adult content

Underneath a billboard beside the highway, an imperious impression of a gorilla spun a banana-shaped sign which read “Free cable & HBO & air conditioning.” It was early spring and the air cool and crisp, but the gorilla had been at it for several hours—throwing the sign up in the air, swirling it around his limbs, passing it around his back—the man underneath undoubtedly hot from the body heat trapped in his fake polyester furs. 3,764 more words

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Living in the Past,  Jane Lovering

Living in the Past,  Jane Lovering

Genre: Women’s Fiction

Well, I’ll start with that genre category, women’s fiction. Why? I so hate that we alienate men from stories that they could well enjoy, splitting books into Women’s and Men’s is so dated, harks back to the fifties or so and has no place in literacy today. 375 more words