Area Man Rushes To Buy “Fifty Shades: The Early Years”

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Aibaan Oivelo of Winterhurst rushed down to the local Barnes and Noble the minute his favorite AM station reported that the latest Fifty Shades book was in stores.

“Fifty Shades: The Early Years” gives fans a clear picture of the life events that shaped Christian’s success as well as his particular entertainment needs.

“I couldn’t wait to read it,” said the professor and ship-in-a-bottle enthusiast. “I crouched down outside the store and devoured it in 20 minutes. All I can say is wow!”

“I practically led this guy’s life,” Mr. Oivelo explained. “I mean, it’s like reading my diary. Well, I’m not super successful and I haven’t had a date in years. But other than that, we might as well be twins.”

 

 

Keep An Eye Out For Huge Ships

Finally. A guide on how to avoid huge ships.

How to Avoid Huge Ships

Just check out the well this book is doing:

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Six-Year-Old Garners 23 Book Publishing Deal

Leo Hunter is a talented guy. News outlets including the Daily Mirror reported the six-year-old landed a 23 book deal with an American publishing house. Later it was revealed to be a 'vanity press' where an author pays to have his work printed. Still, Leo seems like an ambitious guy.

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