Jack CJ Stark

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Jack CJ Stark, known as Jack, CJ, or simply Stark finds it difficult to talk about himself in third person. He grew up in a wet grey town in the north of England. He spent his childhood sat on park benches, and at cafe tables imagining backstories and fictional lives for the people that walked by. A habit that has followed him into his adult life. Now, he wants to share some of those stories with the world.

When he isn't furiously rewriting drafts of his manuscripts, or plotting out stories that he never finishes, he can be found with his head in a good book, or getting lost in a vidya game.

He also likes melons and donuts.

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Hang on a second whilst I pick up the pieces of my mind off the floor. I fell in love with this story. OMG THIS BOOK! This story brought me so much joy I. c
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5.8267473 stars.

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Hang on a second whilst I pick up the pieces of my mind off the floor. I fell in love with this story. OMG THIS BOOK! This story brought me so much joy I. c
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The 52-Storey Treehouse by Andy Griffiths
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i love it even though they did'nt use the life size snakes and ladders game with real ladders and real snakes. if they have a water melon smashing level then i am going to smash a water melon on caits head" Read more of this review »
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Korrigan by Rebecca F. Kenney
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I began reading Korrigan by Rebecca F. Kenney in the midst of reading A Discovery of Witches by Deborah Harkness. Why is this important? Just wait, I'll explain in a moment. If you're familiar with Discovery of Witches, you know that it..." Read more of this review »
Moon by Britta Teckentrup
"This is one of my daughter's favorite picture books of the year. Moon is a picture book which illustrates Earth's moon phases with cut-outs on each page. Children also get a glimse of animals in various habitats at night. With roughly one sentence..." Read more of this review »
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I have a mixed bag of likes and dislikes for this. I liked the mythological aspect of the story, and how the author weaves this into a contemporary setting. But I struggled
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Four Short Stories by Artistikem by Astrid 'Artistikem' Cruz
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“Lila’s world may believe in Heaven and Hell, but his believed in dust. He was taught early that magic reclaimed magic, and earth reclaimed earth, the two dividing when the body died, the person they had combined to be simply forfeit, lost. Nothing lasted. Nothing remained. Growing”
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John Wyndham
“It’s humiliating to be dependent, anyway, but it’s a still poorer pass to have no one to depend on.”
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“There they sit, with everyone thinking no more of them than they might of a pretty odd lot of cabbages, yet half the time they’re pattering and clattering away at one another. Why? What is it they patter about? That’s what I want to know.’ I”
John Wyndham, The Day of the Triffids

John Wyndham
“I was hiding from them even while I moved among them.”
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John Wyndham
“But it is an inescapable conclusion that life has to be dynamic and not static. Change is bound to come one way or another.”
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