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ExternalReplicated beams absorb.External by PlethoraFantastique
Fanned grasses initiate.
Translucent woods encircle.
Ambient rains resuscitate.
Saving Quinn I was too tired to do anything. That’s what I told myself, anyway, as I sat in front of the television, splayed out across the couch like a beached starfish. I’d given up. Anxiety had won for the day, which meant that nothing less than a fire or a severe case of peckishness could have made me move from that spot.Saving Quinn by Marian-ette
Meanwhile, my poor main character, a thirteen-year-old girl by the name of Quinn, had been totally abandoned in the over-revised, underdeveloped first few paragraphs of Chapter One. I glanced over at my computer screen. I could almost see her there, frozen in place, waiting impatiently for me to get off of my lazy bum so that she could go somewhere and do something.
“Do what? Go where?” I asked her.
She glared out at me from the world beyond the screen. “Anywhere,” she replied (or, so I imagined). “I don’t care. Just get me out of this stupid room!”
The Destruction Of Millie McGuire ‘You may think that he’s a demolition expert when he’s finished with your self-esteem’The Destruction Of Millie McGuire by CupofCharlie
- George Ezra.
‘I could not eat for days, I cried so much my face has never been the same’
Millie McGuire pushed open the door to her favourite coffee shop at 1.10pm, as she did at precisely the same time every day, and hurriedly escaped the bitter chill of the unforgiving outdoors. She welcomed the whoosh of hot air cast down upon her by the shop’s heating as she removed her winter hat and stuffed it into her bag, before firmly wiping her boots on the doormat.
Flintwood’s Coffee was the pride and joy of the town. It offered delectable sandwiches and cakes, deliciously satisfying tea and coffee, and possibly the comfiest seats you could ever hope to find. Millie always came to Flintwood’s during her lunch break to escape the stresses of her job as a solicitor. No matter how much work she had left to do, no m