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Quick read

I started reading City of Lost Souls while in the lobby at the Grande Prairie Public Library a little after 12 noon yesterday (Aug 22nd)…I finished it just before midnight :D…just couldn’t put down all the Clary and Jace love and the sociopathic mind of Sebastien. 32 more words


A Mortal Catastrophe

My life is nothing like I imagined it to be

I never planned any of this

Believe you me

It’s not what one would think… 221 more words


The Mortal Instruments Series by Cassandra Clare Epub

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The Mortal Instruments Series by Cassandra Clare

City of Bones, Book 1 of the Mortal Instruments Series
When fifteen-year-old Clary Fray heads out to the Pandemonium Club in New York City, she hardly expects to witness a murder― much less a murder committed by three teenagers covered with strange tattoos and brandishing bizarre weapons.

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The Little Book of Love

All Thoughts, All Passions

All Thoughts, all passions, all delights,

Whatever stirs the mortal frame,

All are but ministers of Love,

And feed his scared Flame,

~Samuel Taylor Coleridge~

Spoken Word

Wishing for Forever

The romanticized lifetime of fame

With never ending earthy dwellings

That has an eternity worth of aims

Before the restlessness clings

Always, forever, eternity of future… 58 more words


Books I L.O.V.E

Ok let’s just be honest I love 99% of the books I read but I do, do, do have favourites. You know the ones that just stick with you like forever, and you think back about it and wish that maybe just maybe you would have changed the ending a little bit to avoid heartbreaks or because of the bloody sweetheart of a character who you just can’t seem to forget (Park from Eleanor and Park). 292 more words


Bridget Christie: Mortal


The Stand, Edinburgh

Bridget Christie’s 2016 Edinburgh Show, Mortal, is essentially a rallying cry – yes, it’s funny and yes, she’s still shows she’s one of the best comedians of the modern age, but this is really a post-Brexit call to arms. 238 more words