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Books as Friends

Books as Friends

I think of the relationship between a book and a reader like a key and a lock. Some books (e.g., the Harry Potter series) have keys that opens a great many locks. Other books have elaborate, mysterious keys that open fewer locks, but readers who meet such books often feel themselves very lucky. Maybe they waited for years for such a key. The books in my life fall into four categories...
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How to brand yourself as a writer?

How to brand yourself as a writer?

A writer has to analyze his write ups and the subjects he is passionate to write about. He has to ponder over the kind of stories he likes to tell, narrate or serve to his readers. Eventually, that will help him attract the kind of readers that love to read such topics...
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Inspiration: Struck Or Struck Out?

Inspiration: Struck Or Struck Out?

Inspiration! An innocent sounding word for such an important occurrence. But where does it come from? How does it start, and where does it lead to? After all, nothing ever happens anywhere without it, does it? No matter what task you are talking about, it can only be accomplished with inspiration. Right? So how do you get inspiration?
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Newfies in Space

Newfies in Space

The ice miner CSF Buddywasisname coasted into the Kuiper belt without much fanfare. They were on their seventh run of the season. The monotony of the mining runs for water, methane, and ammonia seldom had any excitement. This partly explained the illicit cases of Screech that had been under the bunk of 1st Assistant Engineering Mate George Goodfellow. The key phrase is “had been”.
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The Sugar Bowl

The Sugar Bowl

Jack held the gun in his left hand. It was an old revolver that he had purchased on E-bay several years before. The metal gleamed in the dull light, and it smelled of oil. He held it up to Hildies head. “Are you ready to tell me what I want to know?” Hildie looked up at him with searing eyes, “Not on your life,” she whispered. Jack stayed silent while circling the table, still pointing the revolver at Hildie. He examined the room closely. One bare bulb brought minimal lighting to...
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The Fiery Sneeze

The Fiery Sneeze

‘Go on, then!’ the villagers encouraged, pushing Ned forwards. ‘Go ON.’ With no choice in the matter, Ned shuddered, but did as he was told and edged forwards to the gaping mouth of the cave. ‘C...C...Cedric?’ he all but whispered. There was no reply. ‘He’s not in,’ Ned told the villagers, still using a very quiet voice. ‘Call him properly!’ yelled Tom, the blacksmith. Ned heard movement from inside the cave, a heavy slithering sound. He turned to make sure he still had the...
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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...


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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

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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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A Horseshoe Brings Good Luck
by Phil from Omaha, Nebraska USA
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The prominent scientist Niels Bohr had a horseshoe hanging over the entrance to his laboratory for good luck. One day a fellow scientist comes to visit, is very surprised to see the horseshoe, and says this:
"Professor Bohr, I am very surprised to see that a scientist of your prominent stature believes in a superstition" To which Professor Bohr replies,
"What superstition? I don't believe in any superstition."
Visitor- "The horseshoe hanging over your doorway. According to superstition it brings good luck."
Bohr-"Oh,that! I don't believe in superstition, and I do not believe the horseshoe brings good luck."
Visitor- "Well then, if you don't believe it brings good luck, why is it hanging there?"
Bohr says this- "They say it brings good luck, even if you don't believe in it."
P.S. It is claimed that Professor Niels Bohr actually had a horseshoe hanging over his doorway.




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