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  • Fiction > Romance
    Standing at the brink of Utopia, its foreign soil lunged at her body and whispered sweet sounds of tranquil victory. Its restless ocean glided in her direction, never losing sight of her graceful, but apprehended shadow. Its gentle zephyr mapped the contours of her body, penetrating her innocent bea...
  • Reviews > TV show reviews
    Although when I watched the first few episodes of this series I was ready to puke, this series has surprisingly surpassed my expectations. The plot line is super cheesy and includes none of the humor Juno does. However, it is extremely informative and seems to serve more as an educational series ra...
  • Nonfiction > Sports
    “Base hit to right field. The shortstop is rounding second; he’s only a few feet away from home plate. Here comes the throw.” “SAFE!” This was my ideal softball scenario, something that I’ve seen on television many times. Unfortunately, this took me a long ti...
  • Hot Topics > Pride & Prejudice
    I hate it when people ask me what is my talent and they expect me to say that I am a pianist, an athlete, or an artist. I may be two of those three things in my own right but my “talent” wouldn’t be any of them. My definition of talent isn’t “the natural endowments o...
  • Reviews > Book Reviews
    There are no words to describe my gratitude to J.D. Salinger. He created a deeply flawed character who represents the troubles of all adolescents. Though Holden does nothing but complain for most of the book, he is very insightful at times. This is the story of his short journey into the real wo...
  • Reviews > Book Reviews
    Although at one time I worshiped this book (yes, it really was my bible), I still love it as the first literary work to open my eyes. I believe I changed after reading this book, but not wholeheartedly in my actions. Ayn Rand paints an accurate portrait of the various types of people in this wor...

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