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Favorite Quotes: Part 2

Hello lovely book nerds!

Unfortunately, I did not post a lot this week. I have not been feeling like myself lately. For the past week, I have felt very unimportant and unnoticeable. 404 more words

A Passing Phase & The Dangers of Conversion Therapy

J. Paul Devlin’s A Passing Phase is a light-hearted coming-of-age story about a serious topic: societal and interpersonal bias against sexual and gender minorities. In this novel, seventeen-year-old Nate Whitby enters conversion therapy to “change” his attraction to men. 577 more words


The Avid Author's Guide to a Better Write: I Can't Finish Anything!

Hello everyone! Having trouble finishing one project? Do you have too many good ideas and you don’t know which to work on? Here’s a list of typical issues and ways to conquer them. 353 more words



In a dark room, brightened by the fire from seven candles placed on seven pillars; there are seven men in black hooded cloaks, sitting on chairs placed in front of each pillars. 1,321 more words
Short Stories

Boxes By Esther Liv


inside my brain, there is a box. in it are a pink
skipping rope and a pack of pink hello kitty
band-aids and an unused pink lipgloss. 170 more words

Literary Magazine

Book Review: Depth and Darkness Beneath the Fluff in Once Upon A Marigold

Once Upon a Marigold by Jean Ferris is a story of family, friendship, love, magic, and fate. For months now my roommate whenever I’ve said that I need something lighthearted and fluffy has thrust this book at me, and several times now I’ve ignored her. 444 more words


Ghost Whisperer

by Selva Rolin

How do you do it?

How do you pare thoughts layered and hidden,

answer cries that’ve cast sail only for you? 81 more words

Selva Rolin