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  • Nonfiction > Personal Experience
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    My first opinion of the interview was that it was simply a grade. I was stuck here, for at least an hour, interviewing my grandfather about his life and various accomplishments during his years in the Coast Guard. It was a basic assignment- I had ten questions listed out in careful bullet points- bu...
  • Fiction > Romance
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    I am never going to be good enough for you is what I think as you carefully remove the tray of eggs and set them on the counter. “How many eggs do you want?” “Three.” You crack one, then two, then three eggs. My heart seems to splinter into pieces with each break. You grab the...
  • Fiction > Romance
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    “You’re an idiot.” “I know.” “So are you finally admitting it?” “No, I’m acknowledging that you think I’m an idiot.” “That doesn’t make any sense.” “Yes it does. If you were as intelligent as me, you would understand.” “Shut up.” “With pleasure.” ...
  • Fiction > Sci-fi/Fantasy
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    The house was quiet. I crept through the hallway, careful not to catch my reflection in the mirror that hung between the bathroom and the kitchen. I knew what I looked like. I was a monster. I knew what my eyes looked like. They were soulless. My eyes were pupil-less and the color of a clear...
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
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    “Do or do not; there is no try,” Goosebumps rose up on Laura’s arms as she watched the small, but mighty green monster address Luke Skywalker. If only she could write a winning line like that. If only she could write a dialogue, or a line that would be remembered forever, that people would int...
  • Fiction > Romance
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    “We need to talk.” The dreaded words. Jack cringed as he listened to her say them, realizing that their relationship was dying. “You’re just,” Cecelia hesitated, fingering a blade of grass that grew beneath them. They were sitting on Jack’ back porch, beers in hand. “You’re j...

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