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Idol Thoughts: Season Three By Donna Reynolds
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In 2002, a little summer replacement series called "American Idol" debuted on Fox. The show proved to be a smashing success, and returned the next January for another round. Since then, the... More > show has completed two more seasons, and is about to kick off Season Five. Through it all, Donna Reynolds, a freelance journalist, has been watching and writing a weekly column for Foxes on Idol, one of the top ranked reality TV websites in the world. Her weekly "Idol Thoughts" column has been read by fans from as far away as Singapore, and she has built a career around writing about this show. This book documents the third season of the show, one of Donna's favorites. That was the season that George Huff emerged as an unlikely Idol, returning from elimination to go on to take fifth place. That was also the year of the "three divas," JPL, and a whole lot of controversy. Relive that entire exciting and dramatic season through Donna's sometimes jaded and always humorous words.< Less
Idol Thoughts: Season Three By Donna Reynolds
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In 2002, a little summer replacement series called "American Idol" debuted on Fox. The show proved to be a smashing success, and returned the next January for another round. Since then, the... More > show has completed two more seasons, and is about to kick off Season Five. Through it all, Donna Reynolds, a freelance journalist, has been watching and writing a weekly column for Foxes on Idol, one of the top ranked reality TV websites in the world. Her weekly "Idol Thoughts" column has been read by fans from as far away as Singapore, and she has built a career around writing about this show. This book documents the third season of the show, one of Donna's favorites. That was the season that George Huff emerged as an unlikely Idol, returning from elimination to go on to take fifth place. That was also the year of the "three divas," JPL, and a whole lot of controversy. Relive that entire exciting and dramatic season through Donna's sometimes jaded and always humorous words.< Less
Idol Thoughts: Season Four By Donna Reynolds
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Donna's back with a second collection of her Idol Thoughts columns. This time, she's focused on the fourth season of the American Idol, the season that brought us Bo Bice, Carrie Underwood, Vonzell... More > Solomon, Anthony Fedorov, Constantine Maroulis, and Scott Savol. This was also the season that saw the first ever top 12 contestant quit the show, two Smoking Gun revelations, and even a "shocking" expose of the show. Donna has captured the spirit of this interesting season in this book as only she knows how. She has also added a special "aftermath" section that includes CD reviews and a review of the final two Idol concerts.< Less
Idol Thoughts: Season Four By Donna Reynolds
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Donna's back with a second collection of her Idol Thoughts columns. This time, she's focused on the fourth season of the American Idol, the season that brought us Bo Bice, Carrie Underwood, Vonzell... More > Solomon, Anthony Fedorov, Constantine Maroulis, and Scott Savol. This was also the season that saw the first ever top 12 contestant quit the show, two Smoking Gun revelations, and even a "shocking" expose of the show. Donna has captured the spirit of this interesting season in this book as only she knows how. She has also added a special "aftermath" section that includes CD reviews and a review of the final two Idol concerts.< Less
Veil: The Little Foxes By Justin Loretta
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Lost in the rush Of post war apocalypse Technology push. Scattered and abandoned, All but forgotten Generation. Rotten Legs to stand on, Wandering hopeless, cynical. Following cheap, innumerable... More > idols. All equally worthless And a different color.< Less
Veil: The Little Foxes By Justin Loretta
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Lost in the rush Of post war apocalypse Technology push. Scattered and abandoned, All but forgotten Generation. Rotten Legs to stand on, Wandering hopeless, cynical. Following cheap, innumerable... More > idols. All equally worthless And a different color.< Less
The Rain That Hammered Like Talking Foxes By R. S. Arrow Blackay
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The Rain that Hammered like Talking Foxes A Short Story by Mr Pseudonym Tristan Donaldson was thinking about Tom Clifford again. Tom was a remarkable banker with sloppy legs and ample... More > fingernails. Tristan walked over to the window and reflected on his dirty surroundings. He had always loved hilly Exeter with its difficult, disturbed ditches. It was a place that encouraged his tendency to feel cross.< Less
The Sun That Shone Like Walking Foxes By Andy Mor
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The Sun that Shone like Walking Foxes A Short Story by John Doe Pete Thornhill had always loved backward West Boggins with its loud, lazy lakes. It was a place where he felt sad. He was an... More > understanding, scheming, cocoa drinker with tall ankles and squat legs. His friends saw him as a dripping, different do gooder. Once, he had even saved a lovely disabled person that was stuck in a drain. That's the sort of man he was.< Less
The Rain That Hammered Like Sleeping Foxes By R. S. Arrow Blackay
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The Rain that Hammered like Sleeping Foxes A Short Story by Mr Pseudonym Dick Bond was thinking about Gregory Donaldson again. Gregory was a modest animal with hairy thighs and brunette lips. Dick... More > walked over to the window and reflected on his sunny surroundings. He had always loved old-fashioned Upper Boggington with its unsteady, uneven umbrellas. It was a place that encouraged his tendency to feel ecstatic.< Less
The Sleet That Rained Like Smiling Foxes By Andy Mor
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The Sleet that Rained like Smiling Foxes A Short Story by Random Writer Morwenna Russell looked at the spotty gun in her hands and felt relaxed. She walked over to the window and reflected on her... More > idyllic surroundings. She had always loved urban Chicago with its adorable, afraid arches. It was a place that encouraged her tendency to feel relaxed. Then she saw something in the distance, or rather someone. It was the figure of Charlotte MacDonald. Charlotte was a brave elephant with short spots and slimy toenails.< Less