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More Bay Area Photos

What stories can you see in these?

Dream home spotted in San Juan Bautista

Neighborhood garden?

Fish house

I feel so small

pray for eggs… 58 more words


STRANGER THINGS, Season 1 Review - A Remix, Borderline Remake, of Everything You've Ever Loved...

The term “Amblin-esque” is something we hear a lot of nowadays. Back in the day, Amblin Entertainment was the purveyor of all things awesome for both kids and adults. 1,379 more words

Lights Out

Keep the lights… OUT!

Hey guys, second review here!

*happy dance*

Now, I love me a horror, the suspense, the fear, the darkness, ah I could watch them all day, everyday.

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BONUS BOOK: 57 Ways to Screw Up in Grad School by Kevin D. Haggerty and Aaron Doyle

Genre: Nonfiction

Book Jacket Synopsis: “Don’t think about why you’re applying. Select a topic for entirely strategic reasons. Choose the coolest supervisor. Write only to deadlines. 492 more words


August 28

What was advertised in a colonial newspaper 250 years ago today?

“In your Paper of the 15th ult. I Advertised a Conditional SALE of my Houshold Furniture, &c.” 594 more words

Runaway Wife

Constructing Understanding: Developing a Deeper Vision of Realistic Fiction

One of the other things I love to do in summer (beyond institutes) is walk along the East River, watching the boats and the people who come from all over the world to see New York City’s famous skyline. 707 more words


How did you come to write your first novel, Saving Spirit Bear?

Many sites I post my books on have a question and answer component – the readers ask the authors questions. I’ve never actually asked a question of any author whose work I’ve read, though sometimes I pose them in my reviews, and I’ve never received a question from a reader. 822 more words

Writing - The Experience