Not a perfect piece by any means, but the take-home point that just because you CAN write a memoir doesn’t mean you SHOULD is solid.
- DAD: Ungardium leviosa, ladies!!
- ME: Do you mean wingardium leviosa?
- DAD: It’s levi OH sa, not LEVI oh sa
- DAD: And by that I mean I booked the tix 4 HP land. watch out 4 expeliarmus @ college.
6 places you want to go
1. Great Britain
7. a job
6. the magical power of eating whatever I want while simultaneously losing all the weight I want so long as I work out
5. the ability to speak French fluently
4. friends around me to hang out with and have over and generally be with regularly
3. one more day with my mom
2. a job
I’ve thought a lot about starting my own consulting company for writers. I’d have to do a lot of research and get myself a website up and running, but I feel like it’s a good idea.
What do you guys think?
Bella’s overweening blandness—-as much as the guilty pleasure rescue fantasy, may explain the series’ ongoing appeal: TWILIGHT’s heroine is so insipid, so ordinary, so clumsy, so Not Hot.
Isn’t that great?
Think about it: what a relief that must be for girls who feel constant pressure to be physically, socially, and academically perfect.” —
I hate to admit that there’s something to this, but I think she may just be right. I mean, how else to understand the appeal of such poorly written fiction?
Peggy Orenstein, Cinderella Ate My Daughter
Day 8 Fears
6. Being watched
5. People who cry
4. People in the midst of a severe allergic attack
3. losing control
2. alienating my family
1. alone forever