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She's a killer, a three-ball thriller!!

Over the past three-plus years, I have had a front row seat to a transformation.

When Kailey Kellner first walked into the Coupeville High School gym midway through her freshman year, none of us knew much about her. 787 more words

CHS Wolves

Corran Horn Is A Sleemo

by Abby Gavit

I have distinct memories of sitting in a book-cramped study and spectating over the shoulders of my male cousins while they traded the joystick back and forth in an attempt to beat the trench run level of X-Wing Alliance. 3,133 more words

Folklore tales and spooky stories

As some of you are aware, I was on vacation this week. I visited two places; the Isle of Man (where one of my best friends lives) and Manchester (where I used to live and where many of my friends still live). 381 more words


Review: The Corellian Trilogy by Roger MacBride Allen

I think I’m going to review this trilogy as a whole because it really just felt like one long book which had just been split into a trilogy for ease. 1,275 more words


...Being Beyond Mainstream...

It’s sad, that those who walk a different way, are first questioned and then supported. It’s too hard to accept them, by the people around them… Who cares for them, saying, it is never be true practically, what you are thinking can never happen, it must never be… And etc etc. 332 more words


The Murder of Francis E. Staley: Part Two

Remember how I mentioned two days ago that I was aching to get my hands on the newspaper article from 1877, published only a few days after the death of Francis E Staley? 1,356 more words