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Fan fiction by msobates posted over a year ago
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     “Man, how are you guys already done packing? I haven’t even started yet!” Larry shouted out to the group. The four boys were gathered at Carlos’ house as they were every Sunday afternoon; usually to watch some sporting event or play a round of X-Box. However, this Sunday was different than most: The four boys were congregated for the last time before they went off on their various summer adventures. For the first time since they had become buddies, which really was since birth, the boys would not be spending their summer days walking around their hometown of Washington D.C., or their summer nights crammed into someone’s basement to play “Madden NFL.” Though they tried to hide their emotions, they all felt the same anxiety about their first summer apart.
    Since three out of four boys had flights within the next twenty-four hours, they decided to bring their things over to Carlos’ place so they wouldn’t have to pack alone. Boys being boys, Carlos’ tiny bedroom in his dad’s house was filled with mountains of clothes, duffels, and shoes. “Dude, do you really need ALL of those shoes?” Tommy...
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Fan fiction by MJ_Fan_4Life007 posted over a year ago
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Bailey determinedly pushed on the buttons of the Dragon Slayer game, attempting to blow the dragon into oblivion. "Die, Dragon, die!" she murmured, and then with a heavy heart, realized what she had said. She dropped the game onto her lap; suddenly it had no meaning to her whatsoever. She heard the music sound that told that the main character had been killed by the dragon, but she paid it no mind. Die. How could she say the word die, at a time like this? How could she say the word die when hundreds of people in the world, young and old, male and female, were at this very moment, gasping their last breaths? How could she have said the word die when she, herself, was at this very moment, struggling for her life in a hospital bed, slowly dying of leukemia? Bailey turned her head, and tears seeped through her eyelids. She pressed them together tightly to try to quench the droplets, but they still managed to escape, leaving wet little trails down her pale, hallowed cheeks. Bailey wasn't one to cry. She had come to accept her fate - that she had to make the most out of life. She had to live, to love, to do all the things that she possibly could while she still had the time. Time. Time...
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Article by peppergirl30 posted over a year ago
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Q: The Second Summer of the Sisterhood has debuted at a #1 on the New York Times bestseller list and has become and international bestseller, and your first book, The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants, will be a major motion picture. What does that feel like?[b]

A: I'm not sure, to tell you the truth. The act of writing feels small and intimate and deeply personal when you are doing it, and the notion of having success in writing feels big and distant and hard to encompass. Sometimes I have the slightly disorienting feeling that while the writing of books is something I do, the success of them is happening to somebody else.
I guess the thought of being successful makes me feel a little fraudulent- like some giant mistake seems to have happened here. All in all, though, as mistakes go, it feels like a really lucky and nice mistake.

[b]Q: The mother-daughter bond is at the heart of this novel, which you dedicate to your own mother. What was your relationship with you mom like when you were sixteen? How has it changed over the years?
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