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Isabel Ortega

Word Nerd #2

Source: I found this word in Invisible by James Patterson, page 24. Context: “I pop awake, gasping for air, the dancing flames on the ceiling receding to a dark, quiet room.” In Their Words:  “to go or move away; retreat; go to or toward a more distant point; withdraw.” (source: In My Words: For something… Continue Reading →

Word Nerd #1

Source: I found this in the perks of being a wallflower by Stephen Chbosky, page 16.  Context: “Incidentally, my dad is a very good husband. He’s just pragmatic.” In Their Words: “of or relating to a practical point of view practical considerations.”  (source: )… Continue Reading →

Deep Thinkers #3

Source: I read Invisible by James Patterson. The passage I found is on page 75. Quote: “Well, let’s see, Curtis, have I set fire to you? [Editor’s note: sounds of man moaning.] No, I haven’t. I’ve done a lot of things… Continue Reading →

Deep Thinker #2

Source: I found this in Invisible by James Patterson. I found this text on page 124. Quote: “Get up, little boy. Don’t be afraid. They’ll like you, they really will. Someone, please, give him a chance. Extend a hand or call out to him…. Continue Reading →

Deep Thinker #1

Source: I found this in Invisible by James Patterson. It’s on page 75. Quote: “Purple is such a twisted, complex color—it conveys the passion of red, the sadness of blue, the depravity of black. Purple is neither happy nor sad. It is… Continue Reading →

Book Review #1

What I read: This book is called Invisible and it’s by James Patterson. It is a mystery and thriller filled with 416 pages. I’d give this book a 4.5 rating in my preference.  How it starts: The main character of… Continue Reading →

The Best Book I Ever Read

Normally I only read books that are romantic and all that. But when my older sister moved out she left books and I found this amazing book that ended up being the best book I have ever read. So win-win… Continue Reading →

What’s the deal with stories prompt

I think people are so willing to let stories shape their lives is because most of us relate or identify with them. As we get older we start to look for some sort of guidance to help us along the… Continue Reading →

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