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It’s two am and i’m sitting on the edge of the roof. It’s a thing I like to do when my brain is too full of everything that I don’t want. 444 more words


Through Painted Deserts

I wasn’t sure what to expect from this book. It turned out to be the perfect mix of light, laughter read and thought provoking, ponder read. 243 more words


"You will let me know when those lambs stop screaming, won't you?" My Review of Silence of the Lambs

I have always loved the movie Silence of the Lambs. I am not quite sure why it took me this long to read the book; but i have now and I am so glad I did. 396 more words

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Coming Up For Air

So for those of you wondering why I fell off the face of the earth…I’m officially coming up for air. :) It’s been an unexpectedly busy summer at my new library. 83 more words

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Crazy for Zoella!

Hello World,

I have been a Zoella fan for a few years now and continue getting more and more addicted (in a good way). For those who do not know Zoella (or Zoe Sugg), she is a British fashion and beauty vlogger. 435 more words


Sometimes it takes a kidney infection – well a UTI to be more precise to corner you — or land you on a hammock.  This is where I find myself today with spasms of pain growing more intense in my left side. 898 more words

Random, Useless, Interesting

The Mayor's Review: The War That Saved My Life by Kimberly Brubaker Bradley

The Mayor’s Review of The War that Saved My Life by Kimberly Brubaker Bradley

Available: Spring 2015

Genre: Historical Fiction, Adventure, Empathy

Age: Middle Grade (4th-8th) 489 more words

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