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Reinvent Yourself
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"Two days into it and already really enjoying Fingerstyle guitar. It definitely also makes you be conscious of your fretting with all of the arpeggios. I think fiddling with bass guitar helped too. Sounds very pretty with the flat strings on the Ibanez." Apr 01, 2016 04:02PM

 
I Am Not A Serial...
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"Promising first two chapters, I may check this out again later. Ended up getting into other books." Sep 15, 2015 07:57AM

 
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A wicked enjoyable and very fast read. So much drama in romance tales could be stopped by basic communication. And sometimes it's important to tell your family no. And that's enough. Good stuff.
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"I was assigned this book in 6th grade and hated it. Then in 7th grade I had a different teacher who also assigned it. I hated it more that time."
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I just flew through this one.

Very interesting style.

Although pretty much everyone did everything wrong about a minor issue.

Sometimes involving the press doesn't make things better.

And apologizing is a good thing.

Fun read.

And interesting introduc
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Enjoyable and fun read. I liked that it played with some of the romance formula. And curious to read the follow up "Slut." Romances are wicked good fun.
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