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Cody Roecker
Storyteller, Seventeen, Senior
Storyteller, Seventeen, Senior
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The Rocks by Cody Roecker
A flash fiction piece I wrote for my Creative Writing: Fiction Class. I hope y'all get something out of it, this means a lot to me. Cody :) The Rocks At the birth of every child, there is a woman who bears gifts. She looks to be kind, her brown hair so dark...

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A Coming Out Letter
Here we are, this is finally happening. And it feels so so good to do this. I'd like to preface this with the fact that this isn't easy to write. But it's been weighing on me. For years. And years. And years. Point is, a very long time. Probably since middl...

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Poetry of sorts, I guess.
I think the hardest thing for me is being vulnerable when it's so much easier to pretend to create false realities to act as if everything is okay Sometimes things are simple they make sense and flow naturally. But other times, struggles pile up difficulty ...

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ARC August 2017
Okay, I learned that my laptop isn't supporting Blogger anymore, so I definitely need to get a new laptop asap!  Anyways, this is my intro post for ARC August 2017! ARC August is hosted by Read.Sleep.Repeat  where the challenge is to read any and all ARCs. ...

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Sunday Street Team: Ships To Travel With (The Gentleman's Guide to Vice and Virtue by Mackenzi Lee)
Welcome to my stop on Sunday Street Team where we are spotlighting THE GENTLEMAN'S GUIDE TO VICE AND VIRTUE by Mackenzi Lee (a book that is absolutely as wonderful and swoonworthy as it sounds, trust me.) So, I got to do a unique post for this, because I ju...

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ARC Review: They Both Die At The End by Adam Silvera (Spoiler Free)
Title: They Both Die At The End Author: the incomparable Adam Silvera Page Count: 384 Genre: YA Contemporary, but like with a sci-fi twist that Silvera novels tend to have Rating: 5 Stars, obviously. Links: Goodreads   IndieBound   Amazon   Barnes & Noble S...

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SST: Girl Out of Water by Laura Silverman
Welcome to my stop of Sunday Street Team! This month we are featuring GIRL OUT OF WATER by Laura Silverman! Through this post I have made a list about my thoughts regarding each character plus accompanying AESTHETICS because they're fun!! :D [Most of the ae...

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13 Reasons Why: How it made ME feel
I just finished watching the Netflix adaptation of THIRTEEN REASONS WHY, and I have some thoughts. Here a lot of them are below. I get personal, and yeah: I loved this book when I read it sixish years ago. I mostly loved the show, except... I very much did ...

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So... it's been a month. UPDATE TIME
Dear Readers, Hey y'all! It's Cody. (I mean, that's my name, but I always feel like introducing myself when I am starting a blogpost like this one) I'm starting this off by saying that I love you all so much, and am thankful for your continued support, ever...

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This emptiness is killing me carving me out like A pumpkin right before Halloween. Scraping my insides out and throwing them away without any regard to how they felt to what they meant to who I was because of them It feels like a part of me was taken away a...
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