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goldenradiance

Member since March 5, 2014

ABOUT ME

Web Site
alliesparkleplenty.blogspot.com

Right now, I'm reading:
The Catcher in the Rye. Again. It's one of my favorite books, and I'm really needing it right now.

My favorite story of all time is:
My best friend Rob tells A LOT of hilarious stories. He's the best story-teller I know…I can't think of one particular story for some reason. I'll get back to this one.

In bed I like to read:
Books. Not articles online or magazines or tweets. Right before I go to bed is the best time for me to read because my mind is usually at it's calmest.

Besides SMITH, I read stories at:
To Write Love On Her Arms, PostSecret, Thought Catalog,

If you were to throw up your hands in exasperation and yell "it's the story of my life," what would you be talking about?
I'm saying this constantly, to various statements. I'm usually referring to things going wrong. I always expect for things to be hard.

What six words would I tell my teen self if I could go back in time?
This was just last year...what?

The song that encapsulates the soundtrack of my life is?
Do you Realize? by The Flaming Lips. It just sums up my philosophies on life.

If I could have one person read my writing on SMITH it would be?
Ned Vizzini. He's my favorite author, but he recently passed away due to suicide. I'm sad.

goldenradiance’s Latest Memoir of 198

“Life chapter ends, I watch Seinfeld.”

 
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