Get ready to fight for whatever you want.
You don’t want to be my inspiration. I didn’t want you to be either. But here we are.
One of my favorite things to do (and coincidentally everyone around me’s least favorite thing I do) is to drop off the face of the Earth unexpectedly and without notice of when I’ll resurface again.
Anyone can visit the City of Dreams but you, you’re not like those tourists.
In fifth grade, I found out that we were officially moving to Long Island. Part of me eagerly anticipated living in a house with a staircase and a grassy backyard. Yet, I was also overcome with worry about leaving the only place I’ve known. I was 10 years-old when I was diagnosed with chronic heartburn due to stress.
At 26, I’m not ready to be married yet, but I find many in the Midwest who are.
Maybe that’s what New York has done for me all these years; It makes me small. Each day I grow into the bubble of my egocentricity, and each night, I’m punctured and deflated again, relieved.
In this chilling thriller, Jesse Ryder wakes up in government agency that is testing on humans. Implanting MTAGs into everyone’s arm was their idea of a “perfect world.”
Even New York is not above the elements.