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A Poem by Chase Ambler A lone figure silhouetted black against snow lit bright by streetlamp. He stumbles, drunken, on the sidewalk, trudging through powder underfoot. Snow, lifted by […]
A poem by Chase Ambler The setting sun lights up the snow in orange glow striped by shadows cast from tree trunks. The day wanes on the fresh innocence of […]
If you are from the USA, you know the meaning behind our “three day weekend”. Memorial Day is a day dedicated to remembering those who served in our armed forces […]
A literary posting by our blog editor, Emily Alvarez.
A piece by our blog coordinator Emily Alvarez
Originally posted on youngadultblookclub:
Here are my YA picks for Spring 2015. I’ve tried my best to order them in the way I think the general reader would want to…
By Jenna Byers First question; is there a difference between YA and adult fiction? Yes, I suppose there is. YA protagonists are usually younger, and as such, they confront the […]
Hiya! On this beautiful Tuesday morning, I am coming at you with a new way to join the delightful RRP team. As we continue to prepare the first volume of The […]
If you missed it splashed all over the headlines and talked about over the airwaves, the world is back reading as a link to Pottermore reveals more to read […]
We all had one. And they’ve inspired us in different ways – some good, some bad. But here’s to every single one.
Non-Compliant Article III, Section II, Categorization By Chase Pifer Readers, I want to extend a warm thanks to all those who viewed my little blurb. As a […]