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About achavers22

I am a young writer: very ambitious and always trying to come up with new ideas, while working with the ones I have. I really love sci-fi, fantasy, and any type of fiction. And I'm a huge movie lover so you may see me posting impassioned reviews of films I've watched. And I love to read in my spare time (classics, history, fiction, etc.). Reading really helps me to sharpen my writing skills. Other than that I'm usually on my iPod, laptop, plumbing through 70s music. Disclaimer: my blog does not take credit for pictures that appear in posts. If you are the owner of any of the images and do not wish them to be posted here please let me know via email:

Why Oliver Twist works as a passive protagonist

Image Source: Wikipedia Commons I’ve heard it all the time: don’t use a passive protagonist. Make your main character decisive and engaging. Give them a purpose, a drive. But most importantly, make them active. The passive character is one that … Continue reading

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Short and Sweet Too Publication

I would like to take this moment (after eons of being away from this blog) to promote my work in the new publication “Short and Sweet Too”, created by Susan Cheeves King. It is a collection of short stories from … Continue reading

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Unite the “White”: from 2016 to Neo-Nazis

It seems we can’t get through a single month or even a single week without something Trump-related assaulting our media. And now, our lives. Yes, the white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia has EVERYTHING to do with that man you … Continue reading

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Before Trump was crazy we had people like this guy: Daniel E. Sickles

Lying, tweeting, fondling, fibbing, and firing-oh my. Those are a few words you might use to describe the White House administration right now. Craziness abounds in our current political climate. But it’s really nothing new. We’ve always had our “deviants” … Continue reading

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Fighting Anxiety is all about Challenging, not “Zoning”

Recently I came across an article that talked about introverts: more specifically why it’s important to understand comfort boundaries and not press them too far. The context was basically this: you’ve got a shy student who’s nervous to speak up … Continue reading

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How To Be a Depressive Master of Disguise (In 5 Easy Steps)

  Note, this post is not meant to be an actual HONEST-TO-GOD lifestyle guide. Depression/Anxiety are serious issues affecting a wide array of people. It sucks, to say the least, when your daily cloud is a little darker than others. … Continue reading

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Bizarre Movie Theories: Zootopia was really about the crack epidemic

Furry animals, funny jokes, anthropomorphic cops. And drugs. Lots and lots of drugs. Zootopia is the story of “furry” Judy Hopps: a brave, young rabbit trying to make her way as the first of her kind in policing. Typically rabbits … Continue reading

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