Kate F

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  • Online Content Writing - Tips for Creative Copy on May 14, 2012

    Anthony Carter is very familiar with the world of online content writing, and his knowledge shines within this book. There are tips on all sorts of related topics such as appealing to and engaging the reader, grammar tips, how to effectively write for the web, SEO, how to improve your writing, and many more. I enjoyed reading this book, and found it endlessly helpful. Personally, I am new to the world of content writing, and I am working to improve my skills. This book has provided me with a lot of helpful information and ideas for how to come up with intriguing blog topics or how to write my first web article. Since this is such a great read as well as a reference book, I anticipate that this will continue to be of assistance throughout my future writing projects.
  • Nora's Sun on May 31, 2012

    This is a fantastic science fiction story about Nora, a no-nonsense woman on a mission to find her son. She is lucky to have the companionship of Jules and Gordon, a husband and wife team, to accompany her on this adventure. Action-packed and suspenseful, this story exceeded my expectations. The storyline was clever, and I love the world that M.S. Fowle created. I highly recommend this to any scifi or short story fans.
  • Boscutti's Elvis Presley (Screenplay) on May 31, 2012

    Such a fun read! I really enjoyed reading this screenplay that's based on a true story. Elvis is on a mission to meet President Nixon and find a way to convince the president to give him a Federal Drug Agent's badge. The journey itself is very entertaining, and it's interesting to read through this screenplay as Elvis is obviously not completely with it. It is intriguing to read about a man who was loved by so many people who feels as though he is entirely alone, and also as someone struggling with mental instability. This being written as a screenplay instead of a novel really brought the scenes and the story to life, and the dialogue is believable and fun.
  • Kafka's Hairbrush on June 04, 2012

    This is such a beautifully written story about Kafka, and about the struggles of writer's block. I enjoyed reading this very much, and appreciated the attention to detail given to every scene. The dialogue between characters was very believable, and it was easy to become wrapped up in this story from beginning to end.
  • Before I Breathe: A Novel on June 10, 2012

    Kalena is just an ordinary teenager until she gets pregnant. Once she realizes that she has a baby on the way, her life changes almost entirely. Her parents treat her differently, her friends don't want to hang out with her anymore, and she struggles to keep up with these new facts of life. As Kalena makes her way through this new lifestyle, she struggles to figure out how to deal with all of the problems that her teenage pregnancy has caused -- her parents are disappointed in her, her boyfriend Isaiah never wants to talk about the pregnancy and seems to deny its existence, and her friends have decided that she doesn't fit in with their group anymore. Besides relationship issues, Kalena struggles with normal things like figuring out what to wear as her body changes and her old clothes no longer fit, endless food cravings, and becoming weary and ready for a nap everyday by noon. This novel is very realistic, and Kalena is very obviously still a teenager from the choices she makes. Her life changes so drastically, and in so many different ways, that she is an easy character to sympathize with. Parts of this novel are heartbreaking while others are endearing.
  • 101 Tips for Traveling with a Vampire on June 13, 2012

    I made the decision to download and read this book because it sounded funny, and it did not disappoint! There are, as the title suggests, 101 tips for traveling with a vampire. These tips are often aimed at the human who must help a vampire travel, because according to the author, sometimes being a vampire means you have to travel quite a bit. And since vampires can only travel at night or in dark places, and they need to feed or drink blood on a regular basis, well.. as the human companion traveling with a vampire, you should be prepared! There are tips for traveling by air, boat, or on a road trip by car, and each of these sections has a lot of good tips to help you decide the best way to travel with your particular vampire companion. At the end, there are 25 more tips for dealing with your vampire, and those are amusing as well.