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Review Bits - 4 Star YA Fantasy

Madison Adler’s “The Glass Wall” is definitely a YA book that avoids the familiar traps of annoying heroines readers usually put up with. Sydney is a foster child with a mother in and out of rehab, a teen who has seen a lot and is about to experience something totally new. 286 more words

Book Reviews

Hitting The Glass Wall

I was one of the “gifted” students through public school. I hit the wall when I entered a university calculus class – not that I couldn’t have understood it, but it was so badly taught, I simply gave up. 176 more words


Gay or European?

In America, if I find myself in the company of a group of people and a female member of the group is looking for her jacket for some reason or another, my jacket is invariably offered to her as a potential missing jacket candidate. 54 more words


The glass wall

In a vast glass wall a young woman opens
The door inward, that should really open out,
A blonde, her thoughts open out, in a state. 79 more words


Corey's Diary August 17th 2012: It Does Not Seem Real

Dear Diary,

I am very pleased to report that closing did in fact take place yesterday and Jeff and I now hold the keys to our new home. 181 more words


42nd Street and Times Square Theaters: THE GLASS WALL (1953)

I bought the DVD set, “Bad Girls of Film Noir, Volume 1,” because it contained THE GLASS WALL and I wanted to share screen grabs of some of the movie’s scenes shot on 42nd Street. 2,018 more words

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