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    katymoore2000 commented on Tell Us About A Movie That's Left A Mark On Your Life

    Hugo. I think the line “If the world was one big machine, that meant I couldn’t be an extra part. I had to be here for some reason. And that meant you had to be here for some reason too.” might have actually saved my life when I was 14 and struggling.

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    katymoore2000 commented on What's Your Favorite Memoir You've Ever Read?

    I liked 'The Year We Disappeared' by Cylin and John Busby, because Cylin Busby does such a good job of getting the reader into the mindset of her nine-year-old self. If you ever want to be reminded of what it's like to be a kid stuck in a situation you don't understand, read 'The… 

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    katymoore2000 commented on Show Us Your Big Gay Glow-Up 🏳️‍🌈

    Oldest photo on my camera roll (January 2016) vs. newest (February 2018). Still have the flannels and the leather jacket, but I've lost a lot of weight and gained a lot of muscle, finally started going to a barbershop where they actually know how to cut my hair the way I want it,… 

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    katymoore2000 commented on What Books Have Made You Think, "Yay, I'm Not Alone?"

    On the Edge of Gone by Corrine Duyvis, which is an apocalyptic sci-fi novel about an autistic girl written by an autistic author. I read it very soon after I found out I was on the spectrum, and it felt so great to finally see a character in a genre fiction book who had the same tics… 

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    katymoore2000 commented on Which Book Needs To Be Turned Into A Movie Immediately?

    Trust Me, I'm Lying/Trust Me, I'm Trouble by Mary Elizabeth Summer. They have all the ingredients for a fun PG-13 summer blockbuster: morally confused but lovable characters, high-stakes action, buckets of humorous banter, a villain who stays just this side of mustache-twirling, and… 

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    katymoore2000 commented on Tell Us The Creepiest Thing To Happen To You While Living In A Haunted House

    In the house I grew up in, there were two presences I felt in my bedroom through my early teenage years. One had a good vibe, like a protector, the other...did not. One night when I was about 14, I woke up to something hovering over my face...not sitting on my chest, not standing… 

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    katymoore2000 commented on What's The Best Crime Novel You've Ever Read?

    Also: I can't recommend Melina Marchetta's Tell the Truth, Shame the Devil enough. It's fiction, but it has that ripped-from-the-headlines feel that will keep it in your mind long, long after you turn the final page. It makes you think (sometimes to your own discomfort) about the… 

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    katymoore2000 commented on What's The Best Crime Novel You've Ever Read?

    Live By Night by Dennis Lehane. The book follows gangster Joe Coughlin's decade-long rise to power in the 1920s and 30s, and strikes a balance between sleek-and-shiny and gritty, with a protagonist who's sympathetic but never glorified and a world that you want to visit but would… 

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    katymoore2000 commented on What Shows, Movies, And Books Are Making Life Slightly Less Terrible?

    Right now, it's Melissa Marr's "Wicked Lovely" books for me (and her new book "Seven Black Diamonds" which is possibly even better.) They're *technically* teen paranormal, and have the pure silly escapism element of that genre, but they're also wonderfully written, genuinely creepy,… 

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    katymoore2000 commented on Tell Us Which YA Book Totally Nailed Struggling With Mental Health

    The Astonishing Adventures of Fanboy and Goth Girl by Barry Lyga is great even if it did kill me with feelings. From the title and the cover blurb, you expect this book to be fluff, or at most a John Green-esque semiserious YA romance, so when it turns out to be a super honest look… 

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