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Review: The Manifesto on How to be Interesting by Holly Bourne

“Being interesting isn’t important. But being happy is. As well as being a person you’re proud of.” – Holly Bourne.

This Young Adult novel follows Bree and an experiment she conducts on how to be interesting in order to better herself as a writer while she is a student in school. 745 more words

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Those simpler times..........

There was a time when getting a “Good” written by your teacher would become the best day of your life.

There was a time when getting that extra hour to watch television before going to bed was like an achievement. 185 more words


2015 | Post #06: Book review || Attachments by Rainbow Rowell

Rainbow Rowell is the author of Eleanor and Park and Fangirl, both of which I still have yet to read. Attachments is the first book of hers that I have read and I must say that I truly enjoyed it. 869 more words


Things That Aren't

Finn’s so smart. I know, I know…your kid is smart too. But Finn is really smart. ;) His brain is most impressive because we were told in the NICU that he may not ever be able to communicate with us. 390 more words

Harlan Coben at Purdue

This week I had the opportunity to attend a talk between Mitch Daniels and author Harlan Coben as a part of Purdue’s Presidential Lecture series.  The event was called “The Rules of Writing and When to Break Them.”  The talk was essentially a conversation between President Daniels and Coben, followed by Coben answering questions from the audience.   181 more words

Bigger is Better is available for FREE on Kindle Unlimited!

Bigger is Better: Crazy in Love (Star’s Story) and Bigger is Better: Confused in Love (Star’s Story) is available on Amazon for FREE for readers with Kindle Unlimited! 34 more words


'Veronika Decides to Die' Book Review

I am not a fan of Paulo Coelho’s writing, but this book managed to leave an impression on me. I randomly picked it up on a summer vacation not expecting much of it and didn’t put it down till I was done with it the next day. 351 more words

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