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A Book I’m Embarrassed About Liking

I love children’s books. I may have left my childhood behind, but I still really enjoy books aimed at children. Not picture books you understand. Proper stories, but for much younger people. It seems to be socially acceptable these days … Continue reading

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Vampires vs Werewolves – Let the battle commence!

The Pros and Cons of Dating a Vampire We’re all in love with Edward, played by the gorge RPatz, and we’re more than a little envious of Elena, caught between sweet-and-sincere Stefan and the darkly dangerous Damon, but would you … Continue reading

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Grandma

I’ve lost my Gran. She’s still there, I see her every Sunday. She still sits in her favourite chair by the fire, which is always on, even in summer, because she says she’s cold. Sometimes when she sees me, she … Continue reading

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Leaving Home

I’m in my room doing homework. and I hear raised voices in the kitchen, glass shattering, the radio being turned up, footsteps on stairs, wardrobe doors opening, clothes hangers scraping on rails, zipper on suitcase, thud of case hitting wooden … Continue reading

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Dad

My dad didn’t come home from work today. Two men in dark suits knocked our door, and mum cried. The newspapers said he was a hero. They said he was brave, saved lives. They said he should have a medal. … Continue reading

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Grandad

My Grandad died. I only saw him last week. The doctor said he was getting better. His newspaper is still open on the table, and the air still smells of his pipe tobacco. It’s as if he’s just gone out … Continue reading

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