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Book Review: Fangirl -Rainbow Rowell

Last year, I read the exceptional book Fangirl, by Rainbow Rowell. She has been my favorite author since I read her book Eleanor and Park… 440 more words

Book Review: Unwind

This is a book that has been on my TBR for quite some time and I finally got around to it…and now I’m not sure how I feel. 342 more words

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National Tell A Fairy Tale Day

Once upon a time…

All the best stories start out that way, right? I love fairy tales, so I can totally get behind Tell a Fairy Tale Day, which is February 26th. 604 more words

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RISE ABOVE THE ORDINARY AND BECOME EXTRAORDINARY

RISE ABOVE THE ORDINARY AND BECOME EXTRAORDINARY

In our lives it’s easy to be hemmed back, tied down and pulled apart by others, society and the world. 560 more words

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Writing About People

I’ve realised that, as a writer, I love to explore relationships. Romantic relationships. Whether it’s an old married couple who seem to have lost each other along the way in their relationship, or if it’s a young teenage couple, who have nothing better to do than wander the streets in the dark, alone with the stars and streetlamps for company. 326 more words

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The Best Books To Read When It's Snowing Outside

Here in Texas, where temperatures in the summer reach triple digits, an unbelievable spectacle has occurred. It is SNOWING!!! When you walk outside, you are met with the delightful chill of snow and the slipperiness of ice. 656 more words

Sexuality and Diversity in Writing

When I first started writing, all of my characters were white and straight and mostly teenagers, despite the fact that I am half Puerto Rican and half white (though I did still identify as straight while writing these, so that part is understandable). 540 more words

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