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Strange Habits

Strange Habits

It's been awhile since I last wrote a blog post, but it's good to be back! Anyways, I asked my followers on Instagram for their strange reading habits. In this short but sweet post I will be sharing with you just a few of the responses I received and giving my...

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It’s Crunch Time!

It’s Crunch Time!

After being on somewhat of a hiatus...I'm back, and I'm busier than ever! Why? Well, I am a competative speaker and debater with the NCFCA, which stands for National Christian Forensics and Communications Association. This means that all year long I attend many club...

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My Top Anticipated Films Of 2019

My Top Anticipated Films Of 2019

It’s a new year, which means that the theatres will soon be filling up with new films. Some will be hits and others will be flops. Despite this, there are some films this year that I can not wait to see. So without further or do, here are the six films that I’m...

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Unpopular Opinions

Unpopular Opinions

Everyone has an opinion about EVERYTHING! Books are no exception. Whether it's a fantasy, action, contemporary, or classic novel, someone either likes or dislikes something about it. And so, I took to social media to ask for your unpopular book opinions. I will list...

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Snow Like Ashes- A Review

Snow Like Ashes- A Review

This past week I read the book, Snow Like Ashes by Sara Raasch. Before I begin, you may want to know what the book is about. However, to save you from the possibility of a long, butchered description I will give you the one from the book itself. It reads as follows:...

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The Most Harm

The Most Harm

“In a democracy you believe it or not. In a dictatorship, you believe it or else” (Evan Esar). Today we see dictators rise to power and force their beliefs on others and eliminate those who oppose them. Written during the time of Stalinist Russia, Animal Farm, which...

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All The World’s A Stage!

All The World’s A Stage!

"All the world's a stage, And all the men and women merely players" -As You Like It, Act II Scene VII. William Shakespeare has to be one of my most favorite playwrights ever! When I was fourteen, I read one of Shakespeare's works for the very first time - The Taming...

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Rain, Rain, Go Away!

Rain, Rain, Go Away!

As I sit and write this, I find myself sick at home. This will be a short one. However, being sick is not what I'm going to talk about in this week's post because that's boring. You all most likely understand what it's like to be sick, so I won't bore you any further....

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Who Am I?

Who Am I?

Although I informed you of this in my previous post, I'll do it again. My name is S. E. Bussard, and I am a fiction author, photographer, and graphic artist. However, I know that this and my About page is hardly a sufficient amount of information for you...

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Welcome, Welcome, Welcome!

Welcome, Welcome, Welcome!

Hello Everyone! Welcome to my website! My name is S. E. Bussard. I'm a fiction author, photographer, and graphic artist living in Southwest Florida. Anyways, let me give you a rundown on my website. Being skilled in photography and photoshop, I've decided to lend my...

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