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Help Me Pick a Summer Job

By ContributorMay 29, 2012
I don't know if you've heard the news yet, but tuition can get expensive, you guys. Terrifyingly expensive, in fact, especially for someone who has no idea what they're going to do with their degree once they earn it. So here's my situation: I need to earn approximately... More  →
Help Me Pick a Summer Job

Holding On: Chapter 21

By ContributorMay 29, 2012
Catch up on Chapter 20 of willwriteforhearts' thrilling fiction project right here! Thomas looks terrified for a second, like he suddenly doesn’t know where he is or what he’s doing or why, freezing like I have. Speechless, both of us. Yeah, that doesn’t... More  →
Holding On: Chapter 21

10 Reasons We Can't Wait to See Snow White and the Huntsman

By Chelsea DaggerMay 29, 2012
That's 96 hours, 5,760 minutes, and an incalculable number of seconds (I'm a Sparkitor, dammit, not a mathematician) until Snow White and the Huntsman thunders into theaters and consumes your beating heart (that last part will be much more fun than it sounds, trust me). Here More  →
10 Reasons We Can't Wait to See Snow White and the Huntsman

The 10 Best and Worst Gifts to Send to Your Long-Distance Boyfriend

By FayeMay 29, 2012
Girlfriends are so easy to shop for. You just have to get them the usual things—flowers, chocolates, promises you don’t intend to keep—and they’ll be happy. It’s much more difficult to find the perfect gift to send to your boyfriend. That’s why I’m here! It’s... More  →
The 10 Best and Worst Gifts to Send to Your Long-Distance Boyfriend

Auntie SparkNotes: My Family Is Moving And I'm Miserable

By kat_rosenfieldMay 29, 2012
Hi Auntie, My family is moving to across the country over the summer. I REALLY don't want to move, since it will be my junior year, and I love my school/ neighborhood etc. However, I am trying to accept it, because I don't have a choice.... More  →
Auntie SparkNotes: My Family Is Moving And I'm Miserable

How to Write a Non-Cheesy Fantasy Novel

By ContributorMay 29, 2012
Come on, don’t tell me you haven’t looked at a favorite fantasy novel and thought, “I could do that.” I don’t remember why I started, but it’s been almost five years since I began my first novel, and I’ve learned a thing or two since... More  →
How to Write a Non-Cheesy Fantasy Novel

A Facebook Chat Between Catwoman and The Joker

By RG DanielsMay 29, 2012
Catwoman: hey Joker: hey Catwoman: whatup jokes magotes? Joker: -__- Catwoman: lol! just playin' Joker: ;) i kno how was the governors ball? Catwoman: was ok i guess i lost an earring so i was kinda bummed for a while Joker: yeah? did you lose it dancing with b-man??? Catwoman: lol! shut! up! Joker: i bet u 2... More  →
A Facebook Chat Between Catwoman and The Joker

BOOK REVIEW: The Heir of Night by Helen Lowe

By Swapna KrishnaMay 29, 2012
The Heir of Night, the first in a four-book series called The Wall of Night, might be an “adult” fantasy novel, but it certainly has wide-ranging appeal. The main character, Malian, is the teenage heir to the House of Night. In the world of Haarth,... More  →
BOOK REVIEW: The Heir of Night by Helen Lowe

Teen Jailed for Missing School?

By Jennifer GrudzieckiMay 29, 2012
Beware, all ye school skippers out there: it turns out you can go to jail for missing school! Diane Tran found that out the hard way after racking up more than ten unexcused absences at her Texas high school. Tran is an honors student. She takes... More  →
Teen Jailed for Missing School?

The Most Annoying "Mary Sues" in Fiction

By Melissa AlbertMay 29, 2012
Most often found lurking in fan fiction, Mary Sue inspires rage in all who read her. Afflicted with such traits as unflinching goodness, inexplicable sex appeal, and comically overwritten good looks, Mary Sue is often the character the author wishes... More  →
The Most Annoying "Mary Sues" in Fiction