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Oblivious Couple

Monique slammed her hands over her thin lips while her eyes gaped at Rebecca who, at twenty-nine, was two years older than her.

“Are you serious!” exclaimed Monique,  brushing some brunnette locks from her face while seated beside Rebecca, a taller, more manly brunnette with cropped hair . 126 more words

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Review - Rebecca by Daphne du Maurier

Last night I dreamt I went to Manderley again.

No, really, I did. This book will get into your head. For that reason, this is going to be a difficult review to write without spoilers, but I’ll do my best… 623 more words

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My Plan C: College

I grew up the youngest of eight children. I had seven older brothers, so in addition to being “the baby” I was also the only girl. 676 more words

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Sunday Funnies... {Super Bowl 50 Edition}

It’s time!! The day football fans have been working toward for months…. mammoth amounts of wings, beer, chips, dip, guacamole (Zantac, anyone?), shameless screaming at officials who can’t hear us, and The.Most.Important.Part – the… 72 more words

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What I want to read: February.

I’ve been really tame about my reading for February… I’ve lowered my expectations because at the moment I’m really enjoying taking my time and truly devouring the book I’m reading. 310 more words

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2016 reading update

I’m definitely on track for my reading goal of 26 books this year. After five weeks, to be on track I need to have read two books and be about half way through a third. 328 more words

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Rebecca by Daphne du Maurier

Rebecca is one of those books I was always assumed I had read. I knew the basics of the plot, and of course the famous opening line, “Last night I dreamt I went to Manderley again.” When I realized I’d somehow missed reading it, I picked it up. 551 more words

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