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Synopsis As the history of her world begins to slowly and mysteriously vanish, Pierette, a young apprentice mage, embarks on a perilous quest into the otherworld to uncover the truth and stop the prophesied Black Time from coming. Buy New Learn more about this copy.
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I only came to smartphones this year and am still fairly awkward with a touchscreen, so an ebook is a long way off. And I hanker too strongly after the physical book.
I work as a cleaner in Trinity College and when I get to dust the bookshelves in the Old Library, it smells like musty heaven. The soft, strokeable, dark blue cover and illustrations are just gorgeous. The world will get along just fine without my bockety matchstick men for now though. Right now, my paid work takes up the early mornings which, in theory anyway, leaves afternoons for writing. The age at which you read a book probably affects its influence on you.
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I was 11 or 12 when I read The Snapper and I remember being very excited by the dashes instead of inverted commas for speech yes, I was a total nerd of a child. The dialogue was so intensely real and raw and natural, it made me realise there was more to books than soppy teen crushes and pining after the knuckle-headed jock. Some of the routes I went out of my way to find, and I took bus trips to the farther-out parts of the city that Vivian goes to.
I tried drawing them, wonkily, and came up with the shapes that are drawn in the book. I regret giving a copy to my younger brother though, completely forgetting about the very frequent, highly detailed sex scenes. A blank notebook. Prescribed reading is the worst, so they may as well start their writing early, get the first ten thousand or so terrible words out of the way, and be raring to go in their twenties. I came fairly late to this writing lark; I would like to have gotten the terrible parts out of the way younger.
I have no reading regrets. I filled my little head with lots and lots of tripe when I was young: pulpy stuff with total emphasis on plot and zero character development. I read for pure enjoyment — time enough for the tough reads in adulthood.
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Learn a trade, one that pays. I do try to keep a certain distance from reviews, though. You could damage your mental well-being if you took to heart every rejection or perceived slight or bad review. Neither is ideal. Wealth seems to bring a homogeneity in attitude and acquisition, and these misfits act outside of that.
From the Sweet Valley High series I read as a teenager, I learnt that the twin who wears makeup and purple clothes is more popular with boys than the bookish twin who writes for the school newspaper.
That writing a book can be done, even if you think that books are things that are written by other people. Which writers, living or dead, would you invite to your dream dinner party? Well, multitasking is not my strong suit, so cooking for people and talking to them at the same time would be a problem. That is enough. I will make easy to you the abstruction from the ill-ordered house in the Victorious City. Thou shalt thyself convey it with worship, o prophet, though thou likest it not.
Ra-Hoor-Khu is with thee.
Let the woman be girt with a sword before me: let blood flow to my name. Trample down the Heathen; be upon them, o warrior, I will give you of their flesh to eat! Deem not too eagerly to catch the promises; fear not to undergo the curses. Ye, even ye, know not this meaning all. Fear not at all; fear neither men nor Fates, nor gods, nor anything. Money fear not, nor laughter of the folk folly, nor any other power in heaven or upon the earth or under the earth. Nu is your refuge as Hadit your light; and I am the strength, force, vigour, of your arms.
Mercy let be off: damn them who pity! Kill and torture; spare not; be upon them! Set up my image in the East: thou shalt buy thee an image which I will show thee, especial, not unlike the one thou knowest. And it shall be suddenly easy for thee to do this. The other images group around me to support me: let all be worshipped, for they shall cluster to exalt me.
What is this? Thou shalt know. The best blood is of the moon, monthly: then the fresh blood of a child, or dropping from the host of heaven: then of enemies; then of the priest or of the worshippers: last of some beast, no matter what. This hath also another use; let it be laid before me, and kept thick with perfumes of your orison: it shall become full of beetles as it were and creeping things sacred unto me.
Moreover, be they long kept, it is better; for they swell with my force. All before me. Unity uttermost showed! Appear on the throne of Ra! Open the ways of the Khu! Lighten the ways of the Ka! The ways of the Khabs run through To stir me or still me! There is a secret door that I shall make to establish thy way in all the quarters, these are the adorations, as thou hast written , as it is said:.
Show thy star-splendour, O Nuit! Abide with me, Ra-Hoor-Khuit! Then they shall chance to abide in this bliss or no; it is no odds. Do this quickly! But the work of the comment? That is easy; and Hadit burning in thy heart shall make swift and secure thy pen. Establish at thy Kaaba a clerk-house: all must be done well and with business way. The ordeals thou shalt oversee thyself, save only the blind ones.
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I am Ra-Hoor-Khuit; and I am powerful to protect my servant. Success is thy proof: argue not; convert not; talk not overmuch! Swift as a trodden serpent turn and strike! Be thou yet deadlier than he!
Drag down their souls to awful torment: laugh at their fear: spit upon them! Let the Scarlet Woman beware! If pity and compassion and tenderness visit her heart; if she leave my work to toy with old sweetnesses; then shall my vengeance be known. I will slay me her child: I will alienate her heart: I will cast her out from men: as a shrinking and despised harlot shall she crawl through dusk wet streets, and die cold and an-hungered. But let her raise herself in pride! Let her follow me in my way! Let her work the work of wickedness!