Tag Archives: Evin Hughes

A Birthday and A Poem

The following is a poem I wrote today for my mother’s birthday (So, all rights reserved by Evin Hughes and what-not). Waking up to Mama It’s the sandman or something like him Showing me pictures Snapshots never taken of us … Continue reading

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Quidditch Through the Ages & Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them

As a huge fan of the Harry Potter series, when I had a chance to get my hands on Quidditch Through the Ages and Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them I jumped on it. I learned that Quidditch gets its … Continue reading

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Quotes from The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon

The following are quotes of Stephen King‘s The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon. Disclaimer: I read the book on my Kindle Paperwhite so the locations refer to that version of the book (sorry if you were looking for page numbers). “Doing … Continue reading

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18 Miserable Quotes

The following are quotes from Stephen King‘s Misery and the thoughts that they provoked in me. Disclaimer: I read the book on my Kindle Paperwhite so the locations refer to that version of the book (sorry if you were looking for … Continue reading

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The Most Important Meal of The Day

The following is in response to “The Most Important Meal of The Day” by Edward Kearns via Used Gravitrons. This piece of flash fiction begins with a breakfast of eggs, bacon, and hashbrowns and turns into something altogether peculiar and … Continue reading

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One Hundred Years of Solitude

The following is in response to the book One Hundred Years of Solitude by Gabriel Garcia Marquez. Marquez’s tale begins with a city built by the Buendia family, which grows beautifully unhindered in the solitude of South America and untouched by the rest … Continue reading

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Quotes from One Hundred Years of Solitude

The following are quotes from the book One Hundred Years of Solitude by Gabriel Garcia Marquez. “She adopted him as a son who would share her solitude and relieve her from the involuntary laudanum that her mad beseeching had thrown into … Continue reading

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