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To pass the days of sunshine gazing from out one’s bedroom window, waiting for the light to die.

book report // 07

this was a slower month for me, i think because i didn’t really get into anything…they were all just ok. i basically read these books in the last week and a half…i started a memoir by simone debeauvoir and it’s going pretty slow – i like it a lot, but it’s not something i can read a lot of at once. 655 more words

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Best Friends Forever

She looked so beautiful even with the mascara continually cascading over her porcelain skin. Her eyes were red from the chronic crying and her hands were shaking as she tried wiping the tears away. 469 more words

Flash Fiction

Writing Kids and Teens... The Epic Fail!

Okay I see this in both movie and book form, but I’m going to cover some of the more egregious examples.

Why is it so difficult to write kids and teens? 803 more words


Book Review: Milan Kundera--the new and the old: The Festival of Insignificance and The Unbearable Lightness of Being

A few weeks back I read a review of Milan Kundera’s newest novel, The Festival of Insignificance.  The review was warm, discussing the narrative quirks and the philosophic resonances.   865 more words


Review: Authority- Jeff Vandermeer

Authority is the second book in Jeff Vandermeer’s Southern Reach trilogy. I read Annihilation earlier in the summer and LOVED it. I thought it had a well-paced plot and lovely writing. 199 more words