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I find this book so different and amazing. It’s about this man called Edward that works for a biodata company. He believes that memory/knowledge shouldn’t be lost so he develops a way to upload all your memories and knowledge onto a file to later install them into an unborn fetus.
He is later told that he is going to die of cancer. He has a wife and 2 kids but fell in love and is having an affair with a women at work, Samantha. He wants to continue being with her so he tells her to get pregnant and upload all of his memories into the unborn fetus. Edward dies and then is reborn but things go terribly wrong. His wife turns out to be his mother and his past kids are his brothers and sisters. So he grows up and the book gives fascinating twists on every page of how he goes through life and sex and drugs all while forming a new life and carrying the burdens from his past life.
As you may be aware of Barnes and Noble could be at their “Final Chapter”, however I will not let that happen. Join the fight to save Barnes and Noble by liking the Facebook Page and following the Twitter.submitted by starlessnightperfection
Are you a teen writer between the ages of 13-18? Then submit to the first ever issue of Canvas Literary Journal. We are seeking teen writers to submit up to two pieces in the following categories: fiction, poetry, flash fiction, and creative nonfiction. Each submission much be accompanied by a short author bio including age, grade, and contact information as well as an optional photo. Interested parties can submit pieces in two categories per publication. Submission guidelines are as follows:
- Fiction - Please limit submissions to 2,500 words
- Poetry - You may submit more than one poem, but please do not exceed five pages worth of poetry.
- Creative NonFiction - Please limit submissions to 2,500 words
- Flash Fiction - You may submit more than one flash fiction story, but please do not exceed five pages worth of flash fiction (with a maximum of 500 words per story)
The deadline for submissions for the premiere edition is Wednesday, April 10th, 2013 - so hurry! For more information, or to submit your pieces, please email Kristen Zory King at email@example.com. Happy Writing!
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Today my friend from high school told us that her book has finally been published and printed and we can all order it on amazon now!
About the Book:
I was only seventeen when it happened…
My family was ripped apart by Demons. I witness my parents’ murder, and watch helplessly as my two younger siblings were taken hostage…
After witnessing the unthinkable, Jessica Dale is forced into a world she never knew existed. Where magic is real, demons, mythical creatures and sorcerers roam the land.
As the secrets of her past ancestor are reviled, Jessica finds there is something very unique about her. And when the balance of good and evil is placed in her hands, Jessica must trust her instincts to make the right choice in deciding the fate of the land.
If you like fantasy novels, and you want to support someone who is an awesome writer just starting out you should buy the book!
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Hamlet and Macbeth are about a lot of things. Power and revenge. Madness and the otherworldly. But, when you get right down to it, these are plays about death and dying and murder: so that you know evil when it crosses your path.
See Shakespeare’s dark world illustrated and how each character came to their bloody end.
RICARDO GALVEZ & TOM McNAMARA (PBS)
Small book fort we built for a music video, “Heaven on a Hill”.
My first was The Talisman, the second Black House, Cujo, Pet Sematary… I’ve never stopped since. Love King, he makes me laugh, he makes me cry, I love him even when he kills my favourite characters.
I’m Portuguese but I read a lot of American and British writers.
You tumblr is awesome so I thought it would be cool to share some of my books with you.
Photo credit: Cana Leigh Photography
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Hallo book lovers, literature geeks and story freaks!
It’s almost time for New Year Resolutions and like last year my favourite resolution is to read tons of books. But not like this year, I would love to share the magic of literature with some awesome people in 2013. And where else than tumblr can you find the most awesome people strolling the street of this little world.
And for this I made a tumblr where all book lovers, literature geeks and story freaks can be a Member of. All you have to do is message me about your love of literature. And you can join. Every month we will read, debate and share a book that has been voted as book of the moth.
And don’t forget to message, follow and vote!
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