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I’m starting to get over her. I no longer have urges to check her facebook and instagram. The voice that says: you’re wasting time has gotten louder. 244 more words


Izzy looked slightly horrified.

“Yeah, I guess not,” Emma said. “Oh well. So in that case, I need to think. To work out whether we actually have any proper coffee for one thing. 37 more words


Word of Advice/How did it become about looking like everyone else?

I don’t always give advice, but I just need to say this and hopefully it will help somebody somewhere. I know that some people like to form groups and label themselves, but I don’t think that’s the way to go if we can get back to a point where people are treated as individuals I remember growing up in the 90’s when there were different groups, but each group was unique and had a different style where I lived people didn’t care how you dressed as long as you made it your own, but now a days if someone dresses differently they’re made fun of and picked on for having their own style and dressing like everyone else. 130 more words


“All right,” Izzy said.

“Just so I’m able to think about the coffee.”

Izzy nodded. Then said, “You need to think about coffee?”

“Yep. Fancy coffee, like you have. 21 more words


Delivered Fast, Annabeth Albert

Delivered Fast, Annabeth Albert

Review from Jeannie Zelos Book reviews.

Genre: GLBT, Romance

This is part of a connected series, featuring different characters in each book, but as a stand alone novel. 559 more words


Bittersweet Birthday

In math we study functions of time: a system in so many dimensions dependent upon another for change, growth, dynamic behavior. Life is one such function of time, but no mathematics yet known is enough to model it. 772 more words


Review: RAY OF SUNLIGHT by Brynn Stein

Ray of Sunlight by Brynn Stein

GLBT YA, coming-of-age, romance Harmony Ink Press (March 2015) / 180 pages

Warning: Possible spoilers

I didn’t expect to like this book. 365 more words

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