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What should I title a fictional review about Edward Cullen's piano playing?

What should I title a fictional review about Edward Cullen's piano playing? Topic: News paper review
July 16, 2019 / By Zuph
Question: For a school project, I had to make a newspaper about any book. I chose Twilight. Part of my paper is going to be a review about his piano playing, and I just can't seem to come up with a good title. Any suggestions?
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Solly Solly | 9 days ago
Hmmm. I have a few. The Heart That Beat's for my Love. The Cold One. Swipe me away. Dazzle me? The Lion And The Lamb
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Solly Originally Answered: Where is a good place to put fictional stories up on the web?
Yes, there is Wattpad, I rather like the idea of people designing their own book cover, though. I could have so much fun with Photoshop. Or there's Fiction Press which is the original fiction sister-site of Fanfiction.net. (I think.) http://www.fictionpress.com/

Osbert Osbert
One of the best sites for learning piano online is https://tr.im/piano4all This is one of those rare sites that offers the most detailed, expert piano lessons for absolutely free. Just reading through the lessons, you get the sense that you’re sitting beside an actual piano teacher who really knows their stuff. Each session includes text, keyboard images to help you visualize what the teacher is talking about
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Lennie Lennie
Well, actually there is already a name for it my friend. Sort of. In the movie, Bella's lullaby is titled: "Goodnight My Angel." Hope that helps. Oh, and if you want to listen to the song- it's "Goodnight My Angel by Billy Joel."
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Lennie Originally Answered: Why do people become attached to Fictional Charcters/Celebrities?
1) Currently, Wolverine, James T. Kirk, maybe Gambit... 2) Hot pieces of *** 3) Yes 4) Nope 5) Wet dreams count? 6) No... fiction, remember? 7) Nope 8) (refer to No. 5 above) 9) Book usually the book! (If only Robert Langdon was played by Clive Owen... darn, this could be overturned in a fraction of a second) 10) When talking about how hot "x" or "y" looked and why the hell he wasn't covered in oil or why was he so ******* dressed all the time

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