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But Nothing on Earth Could Ever Divide Us*

There’s an old saying that ‘it takes a village to raise a child.’ Certainly children are influenced not just by their parents and siblings, but also by a lot of other people, too. 1,043 more words

Agatha Christie

I Am He as You Are He and You Are Me*

One of the important choices writers have to make is which way they’ll tell a story. Most authors choose first or third person (more about second person in a bit). 1,171 more words

Agatha Christie

My Family Just Moved in Around the Corner*

I’m sure you know the feeling. A moving van pulls up to a home near yours and you start wondering. What will the new people be like? 1,069 more words

Agatha Christie

'Till I Can't Take it Anymore*

Very often, it’s not the major stressors of life that sap us the most. Those tragedies do happen, and they are awful. But they don’t generally happen very often, and if we take care of ourselves when they do, we get through them. 1,289 more words