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Twilight

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Before moving forward, allow me to reiterate that this blog is about judging book covers alone. Not the book itself.

Ahem.

Now that the heyday of this particular pop culture phenomenon is safely behind us, I feel it’s fair to bring up Twilight. 156 more words

Books

Twilight: Good or Bad-Discussion Post

Hello everyone,

As I said, one of my 2017 goals for the blog is to have more discussion posts. It will most likely every other week depending on my schedule. 879 more words

YA

A Ramble: Possessiveness vs Protectiveness in Fiction

Ramble: crazy unorganized  jumbled thoughts

Discussion: Organized thoughts

This is a ramble… you’ve been warned.

Well here’s something that most of us can agree on: We hate abusive males, we hate abusive females, we hate abusive people. 1,071 more words

Other Posts

Happy New Year! (2017's Pre-post)

Soooooooo, I’ve been hybernated for such a long time, indeed. I did promise you guys to post something in 2016 but I don’t lol. I’ll be using my college and all of my homeworks as a reason but can’t be blame (like really, did you guys waiting my post?? 354 more words

Twilight (Movie Reviews #2)

Intro:
The story follows high school junior Bella Swan as she transfers midyear from Phoenix, Arizona to Forks, Washington. Bella is portrayed right away as an awkward character through her various interactions with the supporting characters. 479 more words

Review

The Chemist

The Chemist by Stephenie Meyer

When I started reading this book it was hard to forget that it was written by Stephenie Meyer and ideas of vampires and werewolves were on my mind because that is what she is most famous for. 505 more words

Suspense

Flaws of the 'Flawless': Bella Swan

When I was a few years younger, I was very much invested in the young adult fiction series, The Twilight Saga by Stephanie Meyer, much like many teens were. 717 more words

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