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Random First Lines:How would you feel if your twin sister became a mega superstar overnight?
Joline Anders can answer that question perfectly. One night her twin... » Read
By Tangible Word
Some insight from a jobless, loser writer. Enjoy!
Article | Updated Jan 6, 2014 | Reads: 122 | Comments: 16 | Likes: 20
Again, all of this is true. And no, she didn't show up Wednesday. My luck right?
Paper Bombardier few fears enrapture more than horizontal Ink splatter rounds at the Bar From a Gold Bullion Gunpowder Pen charged where the Signet ring reads The God Literati.Full Metal Jacket For Good Bad and Ugly,Bumping Ax along the Grain for a tree Stump for days- Quantifying Ways to...
Suzy Denton thought she had it all: a great job as an event planner for Danvers International and a committed relationship to her high school sweetheartâ€¦
But now her life has gone to hell in a hand-basket. Not only did she discover her fiancÃ© cheating, but a recent corporate merger is...
Book Review | Updated May 18, 2013 | Reads: 29 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 1
To support her ailing mother, Claire is forced to work a second job at a party planning company. But when her handsome boss ends up with a front-row seat to the action, sheâ€™s mortifiedâ€”and heâ€™s intrigued.
With Danvers International in the middle of an important merger,...
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By Sultry Alice
A short poem about booksie statistics and how to get noticed and get feedback. A fun look at the numbers.
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Poetry | Updated Apr 12, 2012 | Reads: 5 | Comments: 5 | Likes: 6
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Article | Updated Dec 30, 2011 | Reads: 2 | Comments: 5 | Likes: 17
We have all read the original "Does my head look big in this?" though my recreation is something never before written.
This is exactly what it says. I wrote it one day after rehearsal, when I noticed I had been staring at someone. I completely forgot I had written it, and just found it today going though a composition book (one of many) on the floor of my room. So here it goes.