Joyland by Stephen King – REVIEW

The story of Joyland is set in 1973. Devin Jones (a university student) takes a summer job at Joyland, an amusement park in North Carolina. After finishing his interview at the amusement park he has a conversation with the park's fortuneteller. She tells him that during his time at Joyland he will meet two children. A... Continue Reading →

Je Suis Charlie – Poem

I am Charlie And Charlie is me One of many that work to teach The very importance of freedom of speech Freedom forces one to be brave Refusing to ever be enslaved By fear of irrational threats From extremists who owns no regrets Bravery can be scary in a world of anger Where fighters of... Continue Reading →

My True Love Gave To Me – REVIEW

My True Love Gave To Me is a collection of short stories by twelve different authors that have a winter romance theme to them. Let's start of by mentioning all of the authors of this book: Holly Black, Ally Carter, Matt de la Peña, Gayle Forman, Jenny Han, David Levithan, Kelly Link, Myra McEntire, Stephanie... Continue Reading →

Exercise For The Writing Brain

I don't have many new years resolutions (a post on them will be up soon) but one of them sounds simple, but can be surprisingly difficult. I'm going to write more consistently. Sounds easy enough, right? But most writers struggle with consistency from time to time. I've found writing exercises to be very helpful when... Continue Reading →

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