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July Book Review #4 Keeper by Kim Chance

Keeper

By Kim Chance

Summary: Magic always leaves a mark.

When the ghost of a 200-year-old witch attacks her on the road, sixteen-year-old bookworm Lainey Styles is determined to find a logical explanation. 1,300 more words

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"Pretty Little Liars: Twisted" Review

I started reading the “Pretty Little Liars” series when I was in tenth grade in high school. It was an off and on again relationship as these books were never available in my high school library for the fact that they were in high demand by every female practically at that school. 212 more words

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Happy birthday Emily

Today marks the 198th anniversary of Emily Brontë’s birth. She’s best known for Wuthering Heights, her only novel, and for unknowingly inspiring a Kate Bush classic. 92 more words

Reading

Writing Day 1ish

​Well as promised here’s a picture of my new notebook to be used for my writing journal. It’s nothing special but it has enough sparkle to hopefully entice me to actually use it. 220 more words

Writing

35 Copywriting Tips & Tricks from the Pros (10 min read)

Written by Millionaire’s Digest Staff Member: Amber M.

-Contributor, Motivational Speaker, Founder & Owner of Anotsojadedlife

With the constant demand for more quality content and the growing need for effective copywriting – one to attract visitors, the other to convert them to leads and customers – consistently producing powerful, high-quality copy is tough. 3,856 more words

Writing

Harry Potter and the Book That Better Not Ruin It All: Trusting in the Writer

It’s the eve of Harry Potter’s birthday, but the big gift is for us. Tonight at midnight, we’ll be able to get our hands on Harry Potter and the Cursed Child–the script that is essentially the eighth book in the series. 514 more words

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Reading Is Not The Same After Writing

One of the most surprising things I found had happened as a result from starting to write seriously, was how I read books differently. After writing a novel, I can’t look at a book the same way again – which makes sense, right? 347 more words

Samantha Fenton