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How to fall in love with a bookworm: Second Section.

This is the second part of the How to fall in love with a bookworm. To understand more about it, check the intro of the first section, … 330 more words

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How to fall in love with a bookworm: First Section.

While digging around on the net, I came across How to fall in love with a reader, an article in which the blogger Amanda L. 487 more words

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Top 10 Quotes from Famous Fantasy Works.

We all come across some words in a book that enchant us, inspire us or leave us in awe. We can’t help but appreciate the genius of the authors and their wisdom. 629 more words

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Inside The Human Hive: Made in Mesopotamia

The  final section of John Looker’s collection of poetry, The Human Hive, published in January by Bennison Books, appears at first sight to depart from the book’s exploration of the world of work. 549 more words

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John Looker reblogged this on Poetry from John Looker and commented:

" ... ... It's that lyre the grabs our attention, with its simple strings of gut, its arms reaching up in graceful curves like a woman dancing ... ... " A big "thank you" to Bennison Books for this article reviewing one of my poems.

Inside The Human Hive: Master Baker

We love TV dramas set in the emergency unit of hospitals or out on patrol with the police and we watch documentaries about truck drivers in the frozen north and social workers in inner cities. 705 more words

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John Looker reblogged this on Poetry from John Looker and commented:

"It's two in the morning when he arrives, the hour that shouldn't exist ... " – once again, thank you Bennison Books for reviewing this poem in your article below:

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2nd semester senior. Nothing much to do. Gonna talk about things I like. Hoping to update about 3+ times a week.

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Inside The Human Hive: three poems

John Looker’s first collection of poetry, The Human Hive, was published by Bennison Books in January. It’s available at Amazon UK and Amazon.com. 743 more words

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John Looker reblogged this on Poetry from John Looker and commented:

"Let's spin the globe, spin it towards the sun — slowly now — we're looking for a likely place ... ". Thank you Bennison Books for exploring this poem in your article.