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A PESTILENT VAPOR (1903): ANCIENT SCIENCE FICTION

A PESTILENT VAPOR (1903) – Written by Alice MacGowan, this neglected story introduced a figure who should have become as famous in his way as H.G. 513 more words

Balladeer's Blog

Troubled Waters: 'Into the Water' by Paula Hawkins

I am one of the many people for whom Paula Hawkins’ phenomenal first novel, The Girl on The Train, was game-changing. I have been a fan of mystery/thriller fiction for a number of years, but I have always carefully selected the novels and authors I choose to read; my particularity stemming from a fussiness about an author’s style. 806 more words

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Theano: Philosopher, Author, Wit

These sayings are drawn from the Gnomologium Vaticanum. For other testimonia see below.

“Theano used to say “It is shameful to be silent on matters about which it is noble to speak and noble to be silent on those shameful to mention” 232 more words

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FEAR

I’m not scared

 of the last  “dangerous” neighborhood featured on the nightly news

I don’t fear same sex couples, communists or homeless men

so-called terrorists…

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For Readers

Lady Sarashina

Sugawara no Takasue no Musume (菅原孝標女, also known as Takasue’s Daughter, c.1008 – after 1059) was a Japanese author known for her classic Heian period travel diary, the Sarashina Nikki. 153 more words

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Week 18: Fun, character-driven stories

Hello Everyone,

Sorry for the delay in this update. This has been the last full week of my summer job, and this weekend was extremely busy! 809 more words

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'LIVE READING' ALL NIGHT, ALL THE WAY TO THE END! "The Marriage Pact" by Michelle Richmond. Ch. 81 - END.

CHAPTER 81- THE END!

*SPOILERS, OBVIOUSLY*

LIVE READING OF THE MARRIAGE PACT

CONT’D…

NO SLEEP UNTIL THE END!

 

10:21 PM July 31st, 2017:

* Now it’s become the ‘on the lam’ type of book. 2,219 more words

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