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  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
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    Nothing can be as peaceful as a beautiful morning in January. The World is quiet and snug in its frosty blanket of new fleece. Not even the birds dare to disturb its restfulness. However, precisely at 8:15, Valerie’s alarm no longer cared. Its voice was going to be heard. With drool streaming fro...
  • Nonfiction > Personal Experience
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    The funny thing about chaos and life spinning so completely out of control, is how absolutely unprepared you actually are. My life has been full of these moments. Blindsided by the outrageous, I’ve grown used to expecting the worst possible outcome. Call it intuition, but I had a terrible feeling...
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
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    “Steph, can you come down here, please?” My mom’s voice echoed up the stairs. “I’m coming,” I shouted back down. I took the steps two at a time. “What?” I asked her. She was sitting on the couch, legs crossed. My eyesight swept the room quickly, scanning for something I might have ...
  • Fiction > Romance
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    It’s funny how love can happen. It can be surreptitious. It could be right in front of you. It can happen slowly and be dulcet. Or it can be abrupt and amorous. Love is one of Life’s great mysteries. Discovering love; however, is Life’s greatest joy…. Addie popped the van passenger doo...
  • Nonfiction > Personal Experience
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    My mom‘s eyes were shiny with new tears. Under her eyes, her skin was puffy and red. My sister and I anxiously waited for her to tell us what happened. My dad entered the kitchen and sat down. My mom struggled to make her voice sound strong and reassuring when she said, “They’re closing St. A...
  • Fiction > Thriller/Mystery
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    Lightning streaked the angry night sky. It illuminated everything in a brilliant purplish white light. My windshield wipers were on full-blast, trying their hardest to keep up with the heavy down pour. Fear was beginning to take hold of my heart. Just slow down, Amber. You’re almost home. I told ...

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