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Today, Tonight, Tomorrow: An Unexpected Read

I recently have had a new obsession this week with the book Today, Tonight, Tomorrow. My friend had bought me this book for my birthday, and I decided to give it a read. Little did I know that from twenty pages in, I was hooked. The story begins with following the main character Rowan on her journey to finally once and for all beat Neil McNair. Rowan believes Neil is irritating and annoying, but she unexpectedly has to team up with him for their last debate, and finds out he isn’t as bad as she thought he was. In this romantic comedy, both characters figure out things about themselves and reimagine what could be. I personally recommend this book; the only gripe I have about it is the ending. It felt a bit rushed, but I am excited to hear that a sequel is to be released this upcoming summer. 

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Montana Walters, Staff Reporter
Montana has always questioned who she is. When she was younger, she was obsessed with anything Disney, Barbie, and video games. But now Montana finds herself struggling to figure out what she is truly passionate about. She likes specific movies but expresses that even that passion fades after a while. One thing, though, has always stuck with Montana: writing. Throughout her life, she would write a lot of short stories. Most of them, she admits, were not up to par, but she slowly grew as a writer. Montana studied grammar and found herself getting better grades on essays in school. Montana says that this skill she gained helps qualify her as a news writer, as she can structure her writing better.
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