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Guess What

I know you loved me, because you watch me, but guess what? I loved you too & where are we now?

I’m happy. I don’t know what you are but I feel you. 149 more words

Poetry

Pop'n TwinBee: Rainbow Bell Adventures (Super Famicom/Super Nintendo)

You can ring my beeeeeeell. Ring my bell.

In 1985, Konami released the first TwinBee game to arcades. As far back as the first entry in the genre, 1962’s Space War, shooter video games almost invariably featured science fiction or military themes and tended to be presented in as realistic a fashion as the hardware would allow. 1,261 more words

Ending

Endings – How Important Are They? — Author Don Massenzio

Last week, I talked about book openings in one of my posts. This post talks about the other end of your book, the ending. It will briefly discuss the types of endings and the importance of choosing the right one for your book.

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Writing Tips

This is my life: First blog post

“Every new beginning comes from some other beginning’s end.”

Seneca

For me, this new chapter begins with the closing of my Chartered Accountancy (CA) course. I studied accounts and finance, and decided to pursue auditing as a career choice.

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Beginnings

Fire

Fire is the element of passion, endings, beginnings, heat, warmth, primal, spirituality, inspiration, determination, strength, and ambition. Find out what you burn for and fan the flames. 

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14 of Fire

14 of Fire is the opposite of 14 of Sunflowers. Burning, painful and quick endings, rigidity, quick way out, inconsiderate, unrestrained passion, and speed.

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Ahoy

There is this friend of mine who uproots her will to write from this sentence:

“Denial is a coping mechanism.”

I could agree more–it is the…

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Crappy Endings