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  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
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    Before her memories became birds and flew south, she was a business woman. Her specialty was money; thick, waxy dollar bills that she would rub between her fingers. Before she was a business woman, she was a girl. A silly girl, who believed her soft hands would change people and her wings would fly ...
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    What bothered him the most was probably her hair. It beautiful, gold, silky he was sure. He imagined that some guy would get the chance to even touch it and twist it. But every day Riley Simmons took her long blond hair and twisted it into a plain braid straight down her thin back. What bothered him...
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    Death had never seen a town like Paradisus. Javier pushed his goggles up and kicked some rubble aside, looking up to survey the scene. “God, what a dump.” He remarked. He had only been exposed for ten minutes and already his clothes were covered in a sheen of the metallic ash. He walked down ...
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    Part 2— The Hollow Men’s coffee 1 year ago, December The coffee shop was quaint, with tile floors and random odds and ends chairs—la-z-boys to stiff orchestra chairs to old whicker ones. The scattered designs didn’t stop at the chairs; the walls were lined with random pictures and signs...
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    1,2,3,4…that was all he had to remember to do his job right. Nothing hard, not really. Even now, after years of experience, he still hummed it to himself while he worked. And since his job never ended, it became a permanent buzz in the back of his brain. His job, the curse. “1,2,3,4” H...
  • Fiction > Romance
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    I stumble into your room and see them. They are everywhere. Some are in the pockets of your jeans that are strewn across a chair, some are scattered across the floor like confetti. Five or so lie across your desk and one of them is pinned to the cork-board, but most lie on the ground. You are st...
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    The first words I ever said to him again were: “You are supposed to be dead” The man smiled, stretching across my very nice, Armani couch. “I am” Part I – Her Sonnet Work was a tedious game I was far tired of playing. With the rules engraved into memory and every move so utte...
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    Many times, I have seen people look at this "type" of book and wave it away with a glance. I, myself have passed over reading such a novel--to much baggage. To say it simply, "My Sister's Keeper" is the unusual story of a teenager's fight with leukemia. But wait! Before...

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