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I know we all remember being in high school and having classes that were not fun for us at all. For some of us math and science were the enemies and for others it was literature class. There is a way to get students involved and even enjoy reading, maybe even spark a passion that will allow them to enjoy reading throughout their lives or even inspire them to become writers. I would like to share a few...

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Damsel in distress. Gorgeous cop or detective. Romantic notions in search of a murderer.  All sound familiar? You may have read a mystery lately. Teachers tell their students to avoid cliches while some authors dive right into them, thinking themselves clever because they change the characters looks, profession and where in the plot the person dies. Authors Should Avoid Cliches, Too Authors typically fit...