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Nancy Drew: Shadow at the Water's Edge-Review and Thoughts

I’ve waited years to play this game because I was so nervous about not being able to sleep at night after I played it.  However, after much consideration, I braved through it and was able to finish the whole game probably in about 15 hours total. 255 more words

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What? What is this strange picture with the bad word and the vintage illustration? American Culture lesson time!

1) “Nancy Drew” is a fictional detective from the detective story series written by Carolyn Keene. 140 more words

An Introduction

First impressions are crucial. This week, I began the second-to-last semester of my college career (unfortunately, I have been diagnosed with a serious illness known as procrastination which has limited my academic performance). 291 more words

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How I Started Reading

Once upon a time, there was a girl who wandered around her university’s campus and ended up in a dark, and mysterious alley. At the end of the alley stood a brown, wooden door, slightly ajar. 513 more words

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Author Q&A- Ian Reading

Today I had the pleasure of interviewing Ian Reading. Ian is the author of quite a few books including the Wizards of Waterfire series, The Dragon of the Month Club, and the Kitty Hawk Flying Detective Agency series. 1,202 more words

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Nancy Drew and Jessica Fletcher

I love a good mystery! But what makes a mystery so great? Trying to piece together the clues? Testing theories against logical thinking? Or is it thinking about the possibilities of impossible things? 371 more words

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Mystery of the Traveling Dad

There were a few occasions that I can remember vividly when my father went out of his way to let me know that he was thinking of me. 195 more words

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