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It doesn\'t take an analyst to demonstrate the rapid rate at which technology has been evolving over the past decade. From laptops to net-books, to cellphones and tablets technology has been doing what it has always been: finding ways to become relevant and useful in everyday life. And as always, this technology remains only as good as the people who use it. It is reflective of our own culture ...
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The second book in the Steig Larsson trilogy...
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You will either really enjoy this movie, or really hate it....
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Sequal to Percy Jackson and the lightning thief. *Minor spoilers, but it will not effect your reading pleasure*...
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Book one of the Percy Jackson Series by Rick Roirdan....

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The things you are actually looking for may sometimes already be in-front you.
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There can be no happiness without sadness.
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A Soviet war-time story.
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a little girl is been abused my her alcoholic mother and is saved by the unlikely character
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The captain is sick! (gasp)
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Love isn't always roses and flowers, sometimes it drains you of all your powers.
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They say the first cut is the deepest. I believe it to be true. For sometimes the person you fall for, may never belong to you.
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a very short story
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a little tale
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When you just need to leave
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A history of dung, sort of.
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Sonichen and Rosechen: The Lost Mutant Clones of the Planet Gaus is a work in process concerning the adventures of the Lost Mutant Clones on a misfit planet. It's genre is high fantasy.
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Human mind is yet always mesmerizing
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Chapter 6 of Ancestor
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In the decade of the 1930s, no nation is spared the ravages of the worldwide Depression. Confronted by fear and confusion, the world teeters on the brink between hope and despair.
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Sometimes your uniqueness is exactly what makes you desired. Being yourself is always the most attractive feature, and in this teen romance; this is exactly what happens.
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There will come a point in time where you have to leave for you're own well-being... This being said you may probably never get yourself back in entirety... a piece of you may forever be lost.
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loners finding company
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Chapter 5 of ancestor
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im new to this and at the moment can't write at all. i just want to know it this idea is worth working. on i started it intending to make a creepy pasta but i went off on a tangent i don't know if i should focus on the first parts of it or the second parts like the ending? I know it is terrible and riddled with spelling and grammatical errors and most likely some inconsistencies. I just want to know if the concept is any good i am completely open to all criticisms but do bear in mind i am still pretty young. thank you I really appreciate it if you read it.
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The Krox's has a curse that takes away their husband a week after their first child is born. There is only one way to lift the curse...
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The first attraction to someone is something a person never forgets. Young love at its finest, with a dash of humor.
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Sometimes the line between reality and fantasy can be so delicate that you can't see the difference until you see it in front you.
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Heads

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The most optimistic possibility of a new encounter.
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Tails

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A poem representing a possible outcome to a relationship. The proverbial coin toss we all flip before approaching another human being with that powerful emotion called Love.

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27-07-2015 23:37
If anyone would be able to Grammar and Tense check my book pre-release I'd be eternally greatful! Inbox me

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Congratulation, Pirate! Thar she blows!!!

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Congrats, pirate! Great news!

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Made my very first sale on my new Jack and the giant private eyes, book. Hooray!