Things I hate.

Okay, so I went to the library about two weeks ago and wandered around while my mom faxed some tax papers and crap. Now, I usually don't go to the library just to browse books (the movies are usually first priory... oops), but she was taking so dang long that I had no choice but …

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Writing does not care. Passion does not care.

The passion to write is like a disease. It infects your brain, takes over your whole body, and flares up at, sometimes, the most random or inconvenient times. It's always there, too; it's with you like an autoimmune disorder. Not even the highest priest in the land could exorcise it. It does not care what …

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Skepticism on “””Wattpad’s new competitor”””

Anyone here heard of Radish Fiction? Yeah, me neither. Apparently, though, Radish is the "newest competitor to Wattpad" for both online readers and writers. And, if you can't already tell, I'm not so sure I'm down with that. Anyway, though, I heard about this new thing through... actually, I don't remember now, but that doesn't …

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Another annoying Wattpad trend…

ALRIGHT, SO... here we go again. (I couldn't resist using that GIF... you just gotta love Kevan Hart.) Seriously, though, I've encountered another 'Wattpad fad' (I should coin that term at this point), and this time, surprisingly, it's not about the bandwaggon stories I keep running into. This time... it's about the bandwaggon people. Okay, …

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