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Posted on the 14 April 2017 by Ruperttwind @RuperttWind
Date: 2017-04-14 14:00 More videos "How to write a literature essay"

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The first sentence: 8775 Is it over? 8776 Leads to more questions. Good way to begin a story, for sure, as it leaves the reader asking for more.

However, it would appear that her chance had just been taken from her. A bone crunching crack to the back of her head crumbles her to the floor, her head ricocheting off the cold unforgiving pavement. Blood streaming from her hair down across her face.

Recently, I've noticed a lot of other writers also choosing to write in longhand, or print, even when they could use a keyboard. I was surprised by how many of my favorite novelists are prefer pens and paper for drafts.

The 7567 Bookish Reading Challenge includes a monthly prompt designed to kill your TBR stack. "At the start of each challenge, we'll post a list of recommendations from our own TBR piles to inspire you. But if you hit a month where the challenge doesn't apply to you, we dare you to pick up a book from your TBR pile that breaks you out of your reading comfort zone." You can see the Bookish month-by-month challenge prompts here.

I was returning from a long but interesting school day and arrived at the entrance of my house, "Mom! I'm back" I said as I knocked furiously on the door, I did that a lot of times until I got tired and thought about how I could enter. A thought came flashing into my head, My bedroom door, I left it open... right? I climbed up the side of the house and jumped onto my balcony, it wasn't high so it was easy to get anywhere into the outer parts of the house. I threw my backpack on my bed and ran downstairs.

I look up to see a red sith woman lean down. She's in a dancer's outfit? One of my own people reduced to such... figures. "Hello," I answer.

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