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AWRW Book Review: Paper Towns by John Green

Who is the real Margo?

Quentin Jacobsen has spent a lifetime loving the magnificently adventurous Margo Roth Spiegelman from afar. So when she cracks open a window and climbs into his life—dressed like a ninja and summoning him for an ingenious campaign of revenge—he follows. 514 more words

A Well Read Woman Blog

A Return to Philadelphia

A return to Philadelphia is one of those bitter sweet type of things.

The sweetness comes from the people there and the community in which I thrived for so long in. 1,501 more words

Poetry

Husha

(First version published in “7 Mondays”)

            She didn’t have a mouth.

Her mother thought that it was an overgrowth–just a skin deformation stretching over the gap that should have sat beneath her nose. 2,004 more words

Horror

The Flight of the Crow

It’s amazing how quickly one can skip across the country. One day acting a fool in the desert of Joshua Tree, the next day climbing desert mountains until finally i’m crossing the border of New Mexico and diving through colors so grand the sky is like nirvana unimaginable (to think some people see this every day and think nothing of it), then pulling over and sleeping in Pueblo ruins alongside ghosts of an old alien culture that transformed themselves long ago into the crows that follow my car to every rest stop and grand vista pull off. 828 more words

Poetry

The Desert Jester and the Joshua Tree

The desert fool sits between a Joshua Tree and a pile of boulders. He thinks of himself as a Lone Ranger type in this land of very little spoken word. 174 more words

Poetry

The Green Line Divide: Romance, Travel, and Turmoils - Fiction.

The Green Line Divide

By Z Vally

Romance, Travel Adventure and Turmoils

in the Mediterranean!

Romantic Fiction Novel – Join Alexis and Sven, a Swedish United Nations officer on a touching, hilarious journey that carries readers to various parts of the globe to explore romance, relationships, personal growth, and culture like no other than The Green Line Divide. 402 more words

Romantic Comedy Fiction

Travel Fiction: I Found Love on The Beach

It was the first time she’d stopped in a long time, here, thousands of miles from home, beer in hand with a breeze blowing the salt from her messy hair. 549 more words

Fashionable Travels