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I'm a 20 year old Jesus Freak currently attending college for a journalism major. Although I don't plan to use that major anytime soon, because as soon as I graduate, I really want to join the Peace Corps. I want to dedicate my life to helping others... Plus, I love travelling. It's one of my favorite hobbies. My other hobbies include permanently marking up my body, horseback riding, and writing, among other things. My favorite author of all time is Orson Scott Card, because he is a genius. My favorite superheroes are Batman and Superman. I am a diehard Star Wars fan. I enjoy climbing trees, hunting my food, and going to concerts. Some of my favorite bands include Blessthefall, Issues, Memphis May Fire, and I See Stars. My favorite foods are pepperoni pizza, sushi, spaghetti, and burritos from Chipotle. I love animals, especially horses. I am also a baby whisperer; They unexplainably love me. So, that's an extremely condensed version of who I am.

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  • Books, Literature, and Writing (11)
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  • Changeling
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    Changeling

    2 years ago

    Flickr “I hate to bother you, but I have something important to ask…” The small voice behind Alanna catches her by surprise, and she slowly turns to face a little boy half her size with big brown eyes. She tilts...

  • Immortal
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    Immortal

    2 years ago

    There's nothing worse than being immortal.

  • Frozen
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    Frozen

    2 years ago

    A short story about a young witch still learning how to use her abilities.

  • Since You Asked
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    Since You Asked

    2 years ago

    Lying in a patch of dandelions In a sea of grass, Your sun-tipped eyelashes Flutter against soft cheeks. - On our backs We watch the clouds Float by like dreams, Wisps of reality. - Warm fingers...

  • Celtic Religion
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    Celtic Religion

    2 years ago

    A cloud of mystery and wonder surround the Irish religion that predates Christianity, and it is a religion that includes many myths and legends still popular today in parts of Ireland.

  • Dehumanization Kills Free Will
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    Dehumanization Kills Free Will

    5 years ago

    Society has always told us what is right and what is wrong, what to wear and what not to wear, how to look and how not to look. The bottom line always lies with conformity; everyone has to look and act the same, because...

  • The Thing About Insane Asylums
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    The Thing About Insane Asylums

    2 years ago

    One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest by Ken Kesey is about a lot of things, it’s actually overwhelming. And, Thomas C. Foster’s How to Read Literature Like a Professor made it all the more mind-boggling. Now, I’m not...

  • I Don't Have To Be Me
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    I Don't Have To Be Me

    2 years ago

    What I love most Is to be curled up On the couch with a book In another world, another universe Dreaming, imagining I can be whoever I want to be. I can be Ender or Valentine, Keeping the peace of the...

  • Pride & Prejudice Chapter 1-12 Analysis
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    Pride & Prejudice Chapter 1-12 Analysis

    5 years ago

    At the beginning of the novel, Mr. and Mrs. Bennet are talking about a new bachelor in town, and marrying off their girls. Just the relationship between the Bennets itself is humorous, because they banter back and forth...

  • Hermes: The Train To Hell
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    Hermes: The Train To Hell

    2 years ago

    Hermes is my home now. Everyday I sit here in this worn seat, lonely but not alone. 112 years, trapped, and invisible, with only the company of my victims, constant reminders of how I came to be. Sure, we will have the...

  • The City
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    The City

    2 years ago

    In a constant cloud of dust and grime, it’s a wonder we get to see the sun at all. When it does penetrate the dirty darkness, the sun can hardly find the ground through the towers, which are set up like pikes...

  • Black Dahlia
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    Black Dahlia

    2 years ago

    A poetic interpretation of the infamous Black Dahlia murder.

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