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First Chapter First Paragraph Thursday Intros ~ Hold Still

First Chapter First Paragraph Thursday Intros ~ Hold Still

Hold Still, Nina LaCour, Young Adult, Pink/Orange, Two Girls, Cinema, Clouds, Shadows, Friendship, Suicide, Depression
I watch drops of water fall from the ends of my hair. They streak down my towel, puddle on the sofa cushion. My heart pounds so hard I can feel it in my ears.
“Sweetheart. Listen.”
Mom says Ingrid’s name and I start to hum, not the melody of a song, just a one drawn-out note. I know it makes me seem crazy, I know it won’t make anything change, but it’s better than crying, it’s better than screaming, it’s better than listening to what they’re telling me.

Weekly Quote for Week 18-2020 ~ Random

Weekly Quote for Week 18-2020 ~ Random

Random, Blur, Man, Bullying, Suicide, Consequences, Young Adult, Tom Leveen, Realistic Fiction,“Because that’s what being dead means,” Andy says. “It’s the zenith of ‘never’. Never again, never this, never that. You don’t come back from never. You can’t enjoy never. You just sit there, not existing, not listening to your favorite songs or eating you favorite foods. Never.”

October Horror Mystery Month Fest Recommendation ~ Bloody Manga Edition ~ Day 20: Otogibanashi Battle Royale

October Horror Mystery Month Fest Recommendation ~ Bloody Manga Edition ~ Day 20: Otogibanashi Battle Royale

Soraho Ina, Otogibanashi Battle Royale, Red, Swords, Alice in Wonderland, Book, Horror, Manga
Read if you like: fairy tales done differently, battle royale-esque setting, wishes, people just signing contracts willy-nilly, Alice in Wonderland, zombies, horror, books

Review for Otogibanashi Battle Royale Vol.1 + Vol.2

Review for Otogibanashi Battle Royale Vol.1 + Vol.2

Soraho Ina, Otogibanashi Battle Royale, Red, Swords, Alice in Wonderland, Book, Horror, MangaOh my goodness! Follow Aoba when, after she made a wish, she gets pulled into very dark fairy tales.

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Friday’s Page 69 ~ Falling Into Place

Friday’s Page 69 ~ Falling Into Place


“All right,” she says. “That’s enough. I want you all to remember that Ms. Emerson is not dead. Stop acting like she is. Until I have been notified that she is, indeed, destined for a coffin, I refuse to believe she is. So yes, I will hold her notes and schedule a day for her to make up for her quiz, though I’m sure she’ll blatantly ignore both.”