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More Internet Tales of Terror

Here’s another look at supposedly true scary stories from Youtube.

I could never be a babysitter, so this first video doesn’t have too much of an effect on me. 220 more words

The Storyteller by Jodi Picoult - a review by Melissa

I would follow Picoult anywhere, not literally, of course, but imaginatively. We have been to a school shooting, death row, a wolf pack in the wild, Nazi Germany – and she never lets me down. 509 more words


Beat the Backlist & Hogwarts Reading Challenge

If there was a definition of late to the party, it would probably be me when it comes to reading the piles of paperback books that I have accumulated over the years. 702 more words

Margaret Atwood

Realistic Resolutions: Six Months On...

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This January, I made a list of realistic resolutions which I wanted to accomplish this year, and as it is now the 1st of July and we are halfway through 2017 (WHAT!?) I thought now would be a good time to recap everything I wanted to achieve this year, and see how I’ve been doing so far. 532 more words


Thinking About the Future

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I think it’s only started to hit me now that I’ve finished two whole years at university, and I am about to embark on my third and final year as an undergraduate. 456 more words


The Storyteller (Peru)

by Mario Vargas Llosa
“Awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature”
Courtesy of Auntie’s Bookstore

PREFACE: The Nobel Prize in Literature 2010 was awarded to Mario Vargas Llosa “for his cartography of structures of power and his trenchant images of the individual’s resistance, revolt, and defeat”. 1,165 more words


The Storyteller - The Storyteller (2000)

My buddy and metal guru Ben Smasher suggested that I should take a look at all the releases from No Fashion Records. While glancing through their release list, of which they have many of not only my favorite Swedish albums but metal albums in general, there were a lot I wasn’t familiar with but one name jumped out at me immediately: The Storyteller. 409 more words