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Wheeler & the Warbler: Part 3

The conclusion of my three part short story. Thank you to everyone who has been reading! 

I remained awake once more when night slipped over my rooftop. 633 more words


Short Story Review: "Warm and Toasty" by Yvette Edwards

5 of 5 stars.

The best of a city is not its architecture, parks and other tourist attractions, but rather the unseen efforts of hundreds, if not thousands, of everyday people working to make the city a better place. 312 more words

Book Reviews

Because of Mr Terupt - Rob Buyea


Rating: 9/10   

Age: 12+

Genres: Action, sad, Fiction

Recommended for: I recommend this book for anyone that like books that are set in a school. 150 more words


Short Story Review: "Broadgate" by Tim Burrows

3 of 5 stars.

One can view a city as the summation of the people comprising it with their accumulated stories and histories. Take two or three diverse sample people and see how they interact to get a feel for the greater neighborhood or city. 132 more words

Book Reviews

Little Pear

Little Pear is written by Eleanor Frances Lattimore. The setting of this book is in China. The characters of this book are Little Pear, Ergu, and Dagu. 92 more words

Children Stories

Someone I Wanted To Be by Aurelia Wills - Book Review

Title: Someone I Wanted to Be


Author: Aurelia Wills

Publication Date: September 6th 2016

My Rating: ⋆

Synopsis:  When an insecure teen starts impersonating someone else, her life spirals dangerously out of control in a realistic, relatable novel about finding yourself—and discovering your true friends. 484 more words


Review: Mrs. Ravenbach's Way by William M. Akers

Being a new student at the McKegway School for Clever and Gifted Children is crummy enough, but when Toby Wilcox is stuck in the fourth grade homeroom of Mrs.

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