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    Ashley Corinne is a writer, reader, and aggressive movie watcher. By day, she works in Post Production at Warner Bros. Pictures, and by night, she stares at yet another blank Word document, waiting for inspiration to strike. She studied English and Creative Writing at Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo, and her fiction has been published by The Coachella Review. She’s currently drinking copious amounts of coffee and working on a reputation-by-Taylor-Swift-inspired romance novel.

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    Book Review: The Art of Talking with Children by Rebecca Rolland, EdD

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    You didn’t ask, but I still answered. Once I started with the madness that is Twilight, I had to continue feeling pain, and that...

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    Picture this: it’s 2008, and you’re in an endless line at the movie theater, waiting for someone to pull back the velvet rope so...

    Latest Posts

    Book Review: The Art of Talking with Children by Rebecca Rolland, EdD

    How do you talk to a kid who has fallen behind her peers in reading, or who just lost an important wrestling...

    Books: Lucy by the Sea by Elizabeth Strout

    The fourth book in Elizabeth Strout’s Amgash tetralogy is Lucy by the Sea, a third novel in the Lucy Barton series, written in first...

    Books: Oh, William by Elizabeth Strout

    Oh, William is the third book in Elizabeth Strout’s Amgash tetralogy. It was preceded by a novel, My Name Is Lucy Barton, and a...

    Books: Anything Is Possible by Elizabeth Strout

    Anything Is Possible is the second book in Elizabeth Strout’s Amgash tetralogy, which consists of this book and three novels: My Name Is Lucy...

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