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Books About Books. Books about: other books, literacy in general, writers, bookstores, literary culture. Usually non-fiction, but can be fiction as long as books are a central plot theme. More new releases tagged "books about books" Most Read This Week. More most read this week

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Pages Home. But believe me, this is not always true. Some dreams are as real as the dreamer. Thanks to their dreams, dreamers can receive the special visit of eternal wisdom that has inspired the creativity of great inventors, scientists, musicians, and even writers throughout the ages. This creative wisdom is not always the type that appears to the eager conscience. Sometimes, a Defiler, a destroyer of dreams, is the one who tries to appear before the dreamer. These creatures were once humans, but they allowed their pain and desire for revenge to take over and seek the same miserable fate for the one who dreams.

About the Book: A hilarious yet dark novel on how power, and the lack of it, shapes people. Luca's job is being a punch bag, a tea towel, a toilet.
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Wednesday, October 2, One's Gotta Go. September, uh: Just updated my website and discovered I set a record last month: in September, fourteen 14 reviews, covering sixteen 16 books, were published on the internet with my name on them. Labels: book review , creative work , essay , KUFC , life , miscellaneous , money , writer. Just now I opened up edits on a review and I had one of those moments where it all crashed on my head, the whole and entire weight of what I've gotten myself tangled up in for the last two years, all at once, CRASH. The edits were asking me to do the exact opposite of what I've trained myself to do because editors generally prefer it reiterate the same point in the intro and conclusion, don't be too colloquial, don't go on weird tangents.

What type of book do you like to read? Do you stick to the same authors or are you willing to take a chance on something radically different from your norm? I have a cluster of authors that I gobble up the new books they put out like a binge eater…all in one sitting. And then there are the ones I read because I am so very curious about everything. On my bookshelf you will find every James Patterson novel, every Laurell K. Reading is a magical thing that can take you places you would never have access to in the living world.

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