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Fitzgerald's short story: Curious Case of Benjamin Button

Fitzgerald's short story: Curious Case of Benjamin Button

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Inspirational Stories and Motivational Stories This is a collection of inspirational stories and motivational stories. These inspirational short stories are chosen so that it may inspire you. These motivational stories are filled with lessons which we all can take home. They are arranged by their different categories. Their main objectives are to impress upon your mind and emotions what some of these people have done. Some of these are people who have succeeded despite the tremendous odds.

Is Gone Girl David Fincher's Creepiest Trailer? A Ranking By Alynda Wheat and Samantha Miller 04/15/2014 at 04:00 PM EDT The new Gone Girl trailer is blowing up, and with good reason. Author Gillian Flynn has said she wrote a whole new ending to her twist-filled thriller for director David Fincher's movie – and fans are scouring every frame of the trailer for clues. Missing wife Amy Dunne (Rosamund Pike) seems to be floating in a watery grave, while husband Nick (Ben Affleck) goes from preoccupied spouse to prime suspect.

Best Inspirational Short Stories Let’s enjoy some wonderful inspirational short stories that are full of wisdom. Sometimes, it is important to stop our busy schedules and remember where the beauty of life resides... Don't forget to check out these other wonderful and inspiring stories: Mrs Doubtfire recut as a horror film An unemployed actor undergoes a drastic transformation in a twisted attempt to regain the trust of his estranged family by Peter Javipour Short Story Ideas and Creative Writing Prompts Here are lots of short story ideas that you can use as writing prompts. Use these story starters on their own or to get ideas for the CWN online writing courses. You'll also find links to more creative writing prompts at the bottom of the page. Any of these ideas can be used either humorously or dramatically... or you can try both. Have fun! Do you like this page?

10 Captivating Documentaries About Silence, Solitude, And Strange People Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrow-mindedness, and many of our people need it sorely on these accounts. ~ Mark Twain, The Innocents Abroad I love to armchair travel. For those not entirely sure what this phrase means, it refers to the practice of sitting down, and letting your mind travel into wonderful and whimsical worlds of other people, lands and stories. There is so much to learn in the universe, and those with little time and non-existent travel funds will find that one of the best ways to open your eyes and broaden your mind is to turn on a quaint or exotic documentary, and relax. Therefore, this article will be dedicated to providing you with a unique list of documentaries for your armchair travelling disposal, on perhaps some of the most intriguing and mysterious topics known to man: silence, solitude and strange people. Silence (Ireland, 2012)

stories, analogies and fables for business, training and public speaking, wedding speeches, best man speeches Some of these stories might be offensive to certain people in certain situations. If you are a strong advocate of political correctness or are easily offended please don't read this page, or the rest of this website, and for goodness sake don't go near the acronyms page. If you are a publisher, editor, teacher, trainer, writer, or speaker of any sort, then please be mindful that disability, discrimination and equality are highly sensitive issues, and that when seen from these angles, some of these stories will be objectionable or offensive to some people. Many of these stories refer to different forms of the human condition, and to people from different parts of the world. Anyone seeking examples of political incorrectness and stereotyping of all sorts will find lots here. This is a major aspect of storytelling and unavoidable in many cases I'm sorry.

Peter Matthiessen dies at 86; acclaimed author wrote 'The Snow Leopard' In interviews, Peter Matthiessen always had to answer, in his correct, patrician tones, a question seldom put to other writers: Just what kind of writer, exactly, are you? The confusion was understandable. Matthiessen, the only writer to win the National Book Award in both fiction and nonfiction, was both an elegant novelist and a rugged naturalist, a traveler known for his graceful yet spare descriptions of the wildest places on Earth. FOR THE RECORD: Peter Matthiessen: In the April 7 LATExtra section, the obituary of Peter Matthiessen, author of "The Snow Leopard," said that he died at a hospital near his home in Sagaponack, N.Y. He died at home.