Emma is a story of misunderstanding, miscommunication and a case of ‘never learning to mind your own business.’ Emma plays the town matchmaker. All her endeavours usually ended in tears and heartbreak (for everyone around her except herself). She is selfish, judgmental, and not nearly as intelligent as she thinks she is.
If you want to cry this is the book for you.
If you want to laugh this is the book for you.
If you want to hear the things you’ve always needed to hear this is the book for you.
Starfish is a contemporary YA novel about a young girl named Kiko Himura. She is half-Japanese with an abusive mother and is struggling to find her place in the world especially now that senior year of high school is coming to a close.
Our main girl. A divorced young mother of two living paycheck-to-paycheck somewhere in Britain. If her mind isn’t on her children its on finances and how to juggle her two jobs, waitress and vacation house cleaner. But everything changes when she meets one of the wealthy vacation house owners, Ed.
On September 18, 2007 computer science professor Randy Pauch gave his last lecture at Carnegie Mellon University. It was emotional. It was heartfelt. Most importantly, it was honest words from a dying man who wanted to leave something for his young children to remember him by.
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It’s a cute story with wonderful costumes. There are definitely elements of suspense, tension, and binge-watching-worthiness, but this is true for most Turkish Dramas.
Writer’s block is a curse. On the inside your heart hammers with inspiration, your fingers itch to craft words into sentences into paragraphs into chapters into books. But the pages before you remain blank. Thus, you have been cursed.
Welcome to a Turkish love triangle. On one side we have Mine, an intelligent, beautiful, middle-class schoolgirl. On the other side we have Timur, the business man, and Sinan, her first-love.