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All Things New by Lauren Miller: Review

All Things New is a story all readers of YA fiction will be ready and raring to read this August and it does not disappoint. It’s a charming page turner with a poignant message and a cute little love story to boot – pick it up August 1st. 554 more words

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ARC Book Review: All Things New by Lauren Miller

Thank you to NetGalley and Three Saints Press for providing me with an e-ARC to read and review. All Things New is set to be released August 1, 2017. 586 more words

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Friendships, Lesbianism and Identity in Victorian Britain

At first glance of the identities and sexuality of women in Victorian Britain, one assumes that the Victorians ‘denied, controlled, or muted public expression of active female sexuality’, however in the Victorian era it is clear that women were able to express a certain amount of sexuality through passionate friendships with other women. 1,892 more words

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Advance review: ALL THINGS NEW

Title: All Things New

Author: Lauren Miller

Artist: Stewart A. Williams

Publisher: Three Saints Press

Release date: 8/01/2017

Rating: 3.5 stars

Warnings: Vivid description of car accident & resulting injuries, hallucinations, prescription drug abuse, untreated panic disorder, casual usage of fascist language (once) 399 more words

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Not Your Typical Deli...

From a young age we’ve been taught to accept everyone for who they are, not what they look like. This is expected to be our mindset even as adults, however this is not always the case. 213 more words

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Editorial: Should We Switch to E-books?

Do teenagers spend too much time on technology? If you answered no to this question, the district has an idea that might sway your opinion. Gilbert Public Schools wants to switch everything that we can read in school, onto an online format. 304 more words

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The Pros and Cons of Doing Honors Classes

As the end of the school year approaches, most of us students are beginning to think about our classes for next year. Have you considered doing honors classes? 290 more words

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