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Do you remember when we were young and gorgeous?

I recently read a book called Station Eleven by Emily St. John Mandel. It is a 2014 National Book Award Finalist and A New York Times Bestseller. 408 more words

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Book Review: "King and Maxwell" by David Baldacci

Genre: Thriller

 (Michelle finally gets Presidential Duty)

Sam Wingo is a special operations soldier on a mission to deliver valuable cargo in Afganistan.  He has orders that the payload is not to be taken, even if it means taking his own life (there is a bomb on the truck with a dead man’s switch: He lets go of the switch and the cargo is vaporized along with anyone within range of the bomb). 236 more words


Storyteller: Is This The End? On Bringing Your Story to a (Self) Satisfying Conclusion

I’ve decided to make more time to write. There’s nothing too unusual in a writer deciding to write more, I suppose. I make the pronouncement mainly because I’ve been rediscovering both why I write and how much pleasure there is in writing for me. 329 more words


Pandemonium: Chapter 15


“And, thus, we went on and set foot back up in the thick of things. We’d already been down this road ‘fore and we’d already knew where it was gone lead us but we ain’t care. 5,025 more words


Live Some, Write More

“Rusty, a writer is the sum of his experiences. Go get some.” ~Stuck In Love

A few Saturdays ago, I was plagued by the typical weekend problem: there was nothing on television. 346 more words

Voice Of Innocence

Chapter 19

Interlude: NikolaiTable of Contents | [read on Tumblr]

Author’s note: This chapter took me months to write so I hope you guys like it!

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