Books I Read In November 2022

October extinguished itself in a rush of howling winds and driving rain and November arrived, cold as frozen iron, with hard frosts every morning and icy drafts that bit at exposed hands and faces.

Hey guys. Whoopp! new month already? November whipped by so fast I hadn’t even gotten much done. The number of books I read this month is not appealing—being preparing for exams and all (Godd I can’t wait for school to be over). I’m really excited, the holidays are almost here. I get to relax, write more, and watch all my favorite series. What will you be doing this holiday?

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A package for her pt 2

He wouldn’t shoot. Nathan knew. But Alexa was getting jittery and she might pass out any moment.

“Now unless you’ve lost your ears I’m sure you heard what I said” Mannie barked. He was an unkempt stout man and he smelt of cigarettes. He was scary. Wielding a gun, he looked even scarier.
Nathan moved towards Alexa.

“Take one more step and I blow your brains out”

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Short story: A Package For Her pt 1

Goose bumps rose on her arms as she felt a cold and sickening presence behind her. The moment she turned, she felt her throat being constricted by invisible hands, squeezing the air out of her throat. She felt herself being raised, the pressure increasing, and her survival instinct kicked in. Panicking she struggled desperately, trying to claw the hands away from her throat, black dots danced in her vision, head spinning, lungs burning from lack of oxygen, she tried to scream but made only a raspy noise as she was on the edge of giving up.

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Fashion Tip: how to look nice on a low budget

Hey brownies🤎 here’s me about to share some minimalistic fashion tips because I believe one can actually look pretty without going through the stringency of fixing nails, getting piercings & tattoos, and putting on loads of make up, which seems to be the trend these days. And as a teenager too, I understand that we don’t always have enough money (unless of course you have rich or very generous parents).

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Welcome to my first blog post


I’m Anjola and this is my first blog post.

I used to live in a world where, as a writer, I was comfortable that my writings were only seen and commended on by my friends, but after listening to Jeff Goins shatter my fairytale, I’ve decided that I want my writings to be read by the world and that I don’t have to wait till I become an ‘adult’ to do what I love.

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