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The Decision by Wanda E.Brunstetter

The Decision was a story that pulled at the heart strings. I was drawn into the Schrock families life and followed Elaine in the ups and downs of becoming a caretaker of her Grandmother. 108 more words

Book Reviews

5 differences between going on holiday and backpacking

What are the main differences between going on holiday and backpacking? Here they are…

Time you invest
When you go on holiday you go for about one month in one year, a twelfth of your time spent on your personal pleasure and development. 1,197 more words

Travel

Life & travel thoughts...

We are on our way to our third destination in a bus that takes a bit more than 2 hours, nothing compared to the last bus, that took 20 hours… I´m going to write about the people we´ve met and what we are getting from our trip so far… 442 more words

The Decision

Why the NBA Draft Lottery is Rigged

May the odds be ever in your favor. However, it always seems that the right teams are always in the right favor. Ever since 2010, my suspicions have risen that the NBA draft is rigged. 547 more words

NBA

Step One: Make a spontaneous and random decision.

So… I did something crazy. I booked myself into a pole dancing course, and it starts on Wednesday.

I suppose I should introduce myself before we go any further. 629 more words

Watch Video Pitch for THE DECISION, Novel by C.P. Munro

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Get to know writer C.P. Munro:

1. What makes your story unique and also engaging?

A man sells his heart and soul for monetary reasons believing his life is going to change for the better. 650 more words

Wildsound

The Very Brink of Insanity

Graduate school. What a hilarious idea. How about I push myself to the very brink of insanity for five straight years, graduate, and then, instead of reclaiming my social life, enjoying my paycheck and pursuing other hobbies that have been on the back burner for years, I just jump right back in and tackle even… 728 more words

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