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Alex and Mark Chapter 2a
He followed her upstairs. Her room was bare, with a few picture frames quickly turned over as she walked in ahead of him, and a blown up poster of their class graduating picture over her bed. There was a shelf of fancy leather-bound books, but no titles on the spines -- although he had thought he had seen titles with gold lettering when he first entered. Alex stood still while he looked at her room. She only just remembered to get the ring to erase the story titles. What else had she forgotten? She couldn't make tea without water. She couldn't get water without leaving. Mark couldn't be alone in her room. What if he saw something els
More than a Supergirl ?
Mrs. Slavic was about to put the dish in the oven when she heard the familiar swirling sound behind her. The brief but powerful whirlwind almost made the gray-haired woman tripped directly into the burning furnace. “ Please, baby! Take care of your poor mortal mother when you change! You almost make my face burn in atrocious pain!” Mrs. Slavic begged as she turned around to greet her younger daughter, Lucie, with a warm hug. “Sorry Mom’ it’s not like I couldn’t have heal your burns with a thought or anything..." Lucie answered jadedly, fully aware that her super brain needed even less effort than that to
Hollywood is a tough town. The people are tough, the jobs are tough, the work can sometimes be unbearable. For a few, though, life is alright, and sometimes better than alright. It helps if you have friends or family in the business, and even better: be young and cute and be really good a pretending to be someone you’re not. Bridgit Mendler could, and she had fun doing it, having been on a handful of children’s and teen programs in her short career. But she was 21, and she was shopping around with her agent for an adult role—that is to say, something more mature, that didn’t pander to an audience that was dependent on
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