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If It Was Good Enough For Raymond Chandler!

If It Was Good Enough For Raymond Chandler!

If it was good enough for Raymond Chandler, considered by many to be the father of the contemporary private detective novel, it should certainly be good enough for me. Chandler’s muse apparently ran out of gas when he was writing for the pulp thriller magazines, long before he wrote any of the now classic novels that made him famous, and are still popular. To use his word, he “cannibalized” the short stories to create his novels. English professors and computers can demonstrate the...
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94 Year Old Inspirational First Time Author

94 Year Old Inspirational First Time Author

In her book Clara’s Kitchen, she gives readers words of wisdom to buck up America’s spirits, recipes to keep the wolf from the door, and tells her story of growing up during the Great Depression with a tight-knit family and a pull yourself up by your bootstraps philosophy of living. Great Depression Cooking is the popular online cooking show created by Christopher Cannucciari and starring the 94 year old cook, Clara. In each episode Clara prepares recipes that her mother made during the Great
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Parenting V.S. Step-Parenting

Parenting V.S. Step-Parenting

When my husband and I got together my daughter just turned six, his youngest daughter was still five, his son was eight and his oldest daughter was fifteen and just had a baby. It is hard enough raising your own children but when you start blending families it can sometimes be a rough road. Throw in one ex-wife that is mentally unstable, another ex-wife that is an alcoholic and (so is her husband) , and my husband who also suffers from alcoholism, so for me it was at times a nightmare to...
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Fish Stew

Fish Stew

In the heart of the old Barrio Gotico a woman waited. She sat in darkness, by the window of her tiny apartment. Across the narrow, winding street she could just see into the dimly lit basement of the building opposite, where her neighbour, the shoemaker, worked on by candle light. Not far away the bells of the Santa Maria del Pi called the faithful to evening worship. But this evening Teresa did not attend the evening service. Instead she would wait for Jorge, wait with aching heart for him
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REQUIEM OF A MONSTER

REQUIEM OF A MONSTER

How long have I been walled up in here? How many rats and flies have I named, and feasted with? How many days have I paced beneath the meager half-light these narrow barred windows afford me? How long since my children have known the embrace of me, their mother? My persecutors assail me with accusations, more befitting some trashy storybook than any act that I know, and all the while seizing my estate for their own petty whims. Abduction, molestation, torture, the drinking and bathing in...
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The name of Dreams

The name of Dreams

Since the time we are born, we are trying to learn the name of everything, from objects around us, to persons, feelings, and situations... Sometimes, the most difficult thing to learn… is to learn the name of our dreams. Only when you figure out the name of your dreams, can you then call them, so that they will make you find the way of your dreams into your life. Kelsey was maybe 7 and she already knew that she loved autumn and snow. She could close her eyes and hear the call...
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5 October 2017 | 1:27 pm Books | The Guardian

My friend Peter Howard, who has died of cancer aged 60, performed with the poets’ group the Joy of Six. His published works included Low Probability of Racoons, Game Theory, one full collection, Weighing the Air (2007), and poems in magazines, anthologies and online. He won prizes and was second in the Arvon in 2000. Involved in many digital initiatives, he ran workshops on internet literature, and designed his own poetry generating programme, written in Javascript.When I first met Peter...


Books News: Kazuo Ishiguro Is Awarded Nobel Prize in Literature

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An Appraisal: Kazuo Ishiguro, a Nobel Winner Whose Characters Are Caught Between Worlds

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In his disparate novels, Ishiguro is a uniter, a conferrer of calm, rather than a divider....


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A Year After Bob Dylan, Kazuo Ishiguro Gets The Nobel Back On Track

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Kazuo Ishiguro wins the Nobel prize in literature 2017

5 October 2017 | 9:23 am Books | The Guardian

The British author behind books including Man Booker winner The Remains of the Day takes the award for his ‘novels of great emotional force’The Nobel prize in literature 2017 – as it happenedThe English author Kazuo Ishiguro has been named winner of the 2017 Nobel prize in literature, praised by the Swedish Academy for his “novels of great emotional force”, which it said had “uncovered the abyss beneath our illusory sense of connection with the wor...


Kazuo Ishiguro: Nobel prize winner and a novelist for all times

5 October 2017 | 12:09 pm Books | The Guardian

The Swedish Academy has got it right this year: the British author is audacious, controlled and utterly originalA few years ago in a panel discussion at a literary festival I was asked to name a recent British novel that readers and critics would still be talking about in a hundred years’ time. On the spur of the difficult moment I plumped for Kazuo Ishiguro’s Never Let Me Go. Only as I tried to explain my choice did I realise why I had given this answer. It was not just a novel I...


'I thought it was a hoax': Kazuo Ishiguro on winning the Nobel prize in literature – video

5 October 2017 | 2:15 pm Books | The Guardian

The English author Kazuo Ishiguro has been named winner of the 2017 Nobel prize in literature, praised by the Swedish Academy for his “novels of great emotional force”, which it said had “uncovered the abyss beneath our illusory sense of connection with the world”. The author said that in an age of ‘fake news’, he didn’t believe he had won, and said the world has entered a ‘very uncertain time’. His most famous novels, The Remains of the Day...


Robert Kirkman’s Next Adventure: Oblivion Song

5 October 2017 | 9:00 am NYT > Books

Mr. Kirkman, the creative force of The Walking Dead comic book series, and Lorenzo De Felici dive deep into sci-fi with this new series, due in March....


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During World War Two America shipped all kinds of supplies to our gallant Russian allies,including some Vaseline. The Russians asked for more Vaseline, and more was sent. The Russians asked for more and more Vaseline, and before long simply enormous amounts of Vaseline were being shipped to them on a regular basis.
No one could figure out what the Russians were doing with all that Vaseline, and it was finally decided to ask them. A message was sent saying "What are you doing with the Vaselne?" Before long a reply was received, and it said this: "We find it is very good when spread on black bread."




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