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Don’t Force It by Jeyran Main

Don’t Force It by Jeyran Main Today I wish to talk about an important issue that may come across your life. There may come a time where you force certain things on your life. You make sure that they are accomplished whether you are happy about it or not. This could be anything, for instance, school, chores, something in your relationship or worse, you are simply being abused and forced to conduct harmful actions just to please someone else. The subject may []

The Lot of a Nobody by Dave Johnston (Book Review #238)

This review was kindly requested by Dave Johnston. The Lot of Nobody is a young adult novel about a boy named, Lot and his friend, Ethan. Things don’t really go easy on this poor chap. Life is great with grandad and Etta, the bulldog but, at school things are different. Lot, is invincible. He is odd and does not get noticed as if he is part of the furniture. Subsequently, as he befriends Ethan, he is noticed and is then bullied by []

Chapter 1: Lesson 2: Clauses

A clause is a group of words that include at least a subject and a verb. The subject in this case always acts through a verb. For example: Before summer ended Because the wolf hid out in the forest There are a few types of clauses such as Independent clauses, and dependent clauses. Independent clauses can stand alone but dependent clauses can’t. I will show you the difference, using examples: I went to the party after the game. (Independent clause) When the []

Canada by William D. Willis (Book Review #250)

This review was kindly requested by Lean Stone Book Club. Canada is a non-fiction history book about the history of this wonderful country. It is a short book covering the basics from the aboriginals, Vikings, British and French colonization, places and events that make what Canada is today. What I enjoyed most about this short book is that the content covers what Canada’s influence is in the world today. The extent of the influence is affected by the country’s economic, military power and []

Wick by Matt Doyle (Book Review #240)

This review was kindly requested by Matt Doyle. Wick is the first book of the Spark Form chronicles. The story is set in 2916 and it is about six characters attending a Magic card playing competition. The story is told with the first-person narrator alternating between the characters as each chapter moves forward. John, Fahrn, Maria, Meera, Lana, Connor are just a few of the interesting characters you get to meet. The story introduces you to a whole new dimension of artificial []