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Adulthood isn't always what its cracked up to be.
Rosalie and Jackson Stone are becoming very aware of that statement. Balancing 3 children, work and their love life is seeming simply impossible. Jackson is sure they will be able to get over this phase until something from Rose's past comes back...
â€œSomeday canâ€™t come soon enough.â€
We all live in a world of â€˜someday'sâ€™, so what makes Jase any different?
When he enrolled in a philosophy class, he never quite thought heâ€™d be in for the project of his life. A project full of...
Here is a look at what I imagine the characters in Semester Love look like. Comment and let me know if when reading you agreed or not? If not, then who did you imgaine they looked like?
Miscellaneous | Updated Jun 16, 2013 | Reads: 86 | Comments: 2 | Likes: 7
The transformation of a man, and the struggle of dealing with someone losing their Mother.
My last attempt at persuading one of my friends away from dating a girl who is rumored to have AIDS. In doing so, he betrayed the trust of me and all his friends.
AUTHOR'S NOTE: THIS CHAPTER BELONGS TO MY NOVEL '2ND SEMESTER'. I WAS HAVING ISSUES UPLOADING IT WITH THE NOVEL ITSELF, SO I DECIDED THAT I MIGHT AS WELL MAKE IT SEPERATE. SO HERE YOU GO, FINALY AND HOPEFULLY, CHAPTER 2. :)
Book | Updated Sep 18, 2011 | Reads: 0 | Comments: 3 | Likes: 1
Travelling back to college campus for start of a new semester is not fun; not if one was attending a college in India, at least not when Juggernaut was attending four decades ago. One has to reckon with bad cafeteria food, poor living quarters and terrible bathrooms in the hostel. End of a...
By Jamal Al Ahmar
Short stories for translation especially.
After memorizing the whole word list under a title letter (chapter) from a bilingual dictionary (English/ Arabic and vice versa), or (Arabic/ French and vice versa), I gather all the words and try to use all of them when writing a short story for the...