Monthly Archives: March 2012

Catcher in the Rye by J.D. Salinger

words by Thomas Meakins J. D Salinger’s Catcher in the Rye is for me one of the most influential books, as it exemplifies the true psyche of many adolescent teenagers. Written in 1951, at a time in which there was … Continue reading

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You Should Date an Illiterate Girl by Charles Warnke

Now you can become a a global superstar via youtube. You can be a global supermodel by being spotted in Primark. But can you become a globally renowned writer online? There seem to be enough forums that allow such a … Continue reading

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I would love to see you do this with an eBook. . .

So for a decorative reason to not buy an eBook, or sell all your lovingly collected undergrad books here is with their ideas of how to put libraries in your future house without needing an entire spare room. If your anything … Continue reading

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