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  • Fiction > All Fiction
    I shouldn't be reading this book. I know it, but I'm unable to peel my eyes away from the text laid out before me. It's like watching a train wreck unfold in slow motion- I want to look away, but I just can't. The stench of our garage- freshly mowed grass and gasoline- lingers on the burgundy lea...
  • Fiction > All Fiction
    She was different. She walked with hot coals under her feet and a needing lit deep within her soul. She waved her tattered black flag of solitude all over her town and disrespected like it was a religion. She was Ophelia Munroe, rebel extraordinare. She blew through town like hurricane Ophelia, tumb...
  • Fiction > All Fiction
    When they were six, he was her Co-Captain. He would lie with her in the winter, counting snowflakes until they ran out of numbers, and then they would just watch. It was like falling up, he said once, like we’re falling into the sky. And they would close their eyes and pretend that they were float...
  • Fiction > All Fiction
    It wasn't any secret in the small town that Leigh Boyd was a single mother. After all, you couldn't just come waltzing into a place like Nolan, Vermont eight months pregnant, without a man by your side and just expect people not to talk. It was absurdity. But Leigh wasn't stupid, and she k...
  • Fiction > All Fiction
    She was different. She walked with hot coals under her feet and a needing lit deep within her soul. She waved her tattered black flag of solitude all over her town and disrespected like it was a religion. She was Ophelia Munroe, rebel extraordinare. She blew through town like hurricane Ophel...
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    Waitress Why is it that some of the best and most original movies are seldom advertised? This is a question I was asking myself as I sat in my living room watching Waitress, a film I had not once heard of beyond spotting the DVD cover in my local Blockbuster. I was intrigued at once by the pr...
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    The Darjeeling Limited may not be one of writer/director Wes Anderson's best films, but it retains a quirky sense of humanity and endearing character that makes it worth the whole two hours. This film tells the story of Jack, Peter and Francis Whitman, three American brothers who have not spoken to...

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