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    Review for the book Dark Wishing Well By Lucian

    Wilde. If I had to describe this book in one sentence: Looking upon the Dark Wishing Well is like looking into the vampires' souls. This book is very unique because writer Lucian Wilde took time and gather writings (wishes) from his fans. These were in all types of form, but...
    RebekahWriter13 RebekahWriter13 31-35, F Apr 10, 2014

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    UP Till Now: An Autobiography

    UP TILL NOW: AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY by William Shatner Some how I missed this when it first came out, but I picked up the newly released trade paperback after seeing a review in the newspaper. I admit I'm a big Shatner fan, but I know him basically from STAR TREK and a few other TV...
    ChipmunkErnie ChipmunkErnie 61-65, M 1 Response Jul 7, 2009

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    AMERICAN Lion: Andrew Jackson In the White House

    AMERICAN LION: ANDREW JACKSON IN THE WHITE HOUSE By Jon Meacham   Even though I'm American, I've actually read far more British History than American, but this book looked like it might be interesting, and it is. (A Pulitzer Prize Winner, too...
    ChipmunkErnie ChipmunkErnie 61-65, M Aug 17, 2009

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    THE Lost City of Z: a Tale of Deadly Obsession In the Amazon

    THE LOST CITY OF Z: A TALE OF DEADLY OBSESSION IN THE AMAZON by David Grann It reads like an adventure novel, something out of the world of Indiana Jones or Anja Creed – the last of the Victorian explorers and a war hero, the last of a breed who essentially walked into...
    ChipmunkErnie ChipmunkErnie 61-65, M Jul 19, 2009

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    And Another Thing....

    AND ANOTHER THING... by Eoin Colfer A very problematic book. Billed as "Part Six of Three" of Douglas Adams's HITCHHIKER'S GUIDE TO THE GALAXY", that says it all. Adams was an eccentric genius and his HITCHHIKER radio plays and books stand alone. This isn't a bad...
    ChipmunkErnie ChipmunkErnie 61-65, M Oct 31, 2009

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    Men Who Dream Can Do By George Zakhem

    Here are some wonderful endorsements for George Zakhem’s Men Who Dream Can Do:   ‘You have brought back to life a lot of values which have almost become extinct nowadays. Each page had its own unique flavour. I could smell the olive trees, I could breathe...
    Anushka007 Anushka007 31-35, F 1 Response Sep 11, 2009

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    The Case For Pluto

    THE CASE FOR PLUTO: HOW A LITTLE PLANET MADE A BIG DIFFERENCE by Alan BoyleAn eminently readable history of Pluto, from it's discovery and designation as the Ninth Planet through the political and ego-driven in-fighting that ended in it's demotion, plus a plausible and compelling...
    ChipmunkErnie ChipmunkErnie 61-65, M Jan 9, 2010

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    An Artist Of Treason

    AN ARTIST OF TREASON: THE EXTRAORDINARY DOUBLE LIFE OF GENERAL JAMES WILKINSON by Andro Linklater Still on my US history kick, I first ran across Wlkinson when reading a biography of Aaron Burr. It's quite an incredible story -- hero of the American Revolution, commander in...
    ChipmunkErnie ChipmunkErnie 61-65, M 1 Response Dec 8, 2009

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    THE Monster of Florence: a True Story

    THE MONSTER OF FLORENCE: A TRUE STORY by Douglas Preston and Mario Spezi   At first glance this would appear to be simply a true crime book about a Jack the Ripper-style serial killer who stalked the area around Florence...
    ChipmunkErnie ChipmunkErnie 61-65, M Aug 17, 2009

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    THE Taint and Other Novellas

    THE TAINT AND OTHER NOVELLAS: A CTHULHU MYTHOS COLLECTION by Brian Lumley Over the past decade or two Lumley, one of my favorite horror authors, has been so wrapped up in his interlocking series of Necroscope/Wamphyri/E-Branch novels that you tend to forget he got his start...
    ChipmunkErnie ChipmunkErnie 61-65, M Sep 9, 2009

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    AFFINITY Bridge

    AFFINITY BRIDGE by George Mann The cover blurb says "STEAMPUNK is making a comeback, and with this novel MANN IS LEADING THE CHARGE...." I am the first to admit I have very little experience with Steampunk -- I've watched most of the STEAMBOY anime and a few episodes...
    ChipmunkErnie ChipmunkErnie 61-65, M Aug 25, 2009

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    Honest Ed's Story: The Crazy Rags To Riches Story Of Ed Mirvish

    Ed Mirvish is a successful businessman in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The book talks about the ups and downs of his life and how he got to such great success. Life was hard at first for Ed Mirvish, both his father's grocery store and his grocery store teetered on the edge of...
    jackien jackien 18-21, F Oct 21, 2009

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    PROSPERO Lost

    PROSPERO LOST by L. Jagi lamplighter I recommend this, but to be fair I have to admit that not only is the author a friend, but I also copyread and made comments re continuity, etc., to the author as she was working on it. This is the first volume of a trilogy in which Jagi...
    ChipmunkErnie ChipmunkErnie 61-65, M Oct 1, 2009

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    23 Hours: a Vengeful Vampire Tale

    23 HOURS: A VENEGFUL VAMPIRE TALE by David Wellington The fourth novel in Wellington’s Laura Caxton series, this is not exactly a masterpiece, but a competently written reading experience for those into vampires or just plain horror. Grimmer than the current trend in...
    ChipmunkErnie ChipmunkErnie 61-65, M Jul 26, 2009

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    I have renewed my blog with current reviews and discussions about men's hosiery, please takea look at: http://phbalancedblog.blogspot.com/
    PHBalanced PHBalanced 46-50, M Feb 19

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    I will keep my posts to the blog, which can be read here: http://phbalancedblog.blogspot.com
    PHBalanced PHBalanced 46-50, M Feb 9

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    i want more books need new books
    ea91702 ea91702 22-25, M 1 Response Feb 21

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    We could be using The daily multi-stage launch cycle, releasing a very new online video clip and important downloadable objects in the total prelaunch.In November 2014 we ran a...
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    I had / have a blog in which I haven't used in a long time. It started as a way for my wife and I to balance my love of wearing pantyhose (hence the name PH Balanced). The dialog...
    PHBalanced PHBalanced 46-50, M 1 Response Feb 6

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    I would love to write a book. Scary, romantic or drama. The starting parts are hard. If I was to write a book in the story I would always have the characters talking to one another...
    lorrena19 lorrena19 18-21, F 2 Responses Feb 23

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    My whole life I read books. All kinds of books, lots of books.. I would get lost in them. I love books! I've always wanted to write one that would help people but I never had a...
    sartur sartur 36-40, F 3 Responses 2 days ago

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    I started writing when I was 10. I've written on and off since then. And even when I'm not writing, the plots drift in and out of my thoughts. I've only finished a few books. Only...
    SnowflakeWonder SnowflakeWonder 31-35, F 1 Response Feb 12

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    I want to write a book but I cant even focus on a story let alone write it down!
    Musicgirlyy Musicgirlyy 13-15, F 4 Responses Feb 10

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    I have the worst A.D.D. really I do. and everytime i start writibg something i get to a certain point and stop... it also dosnt help that the last book i tried to write I didnt...
    eggman667 eggman667 26-30, M 3 Responses Feb 14

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    Who understands my story? Not long ago I was at a library I always go to. After having sat in the library for yrs and read all the Books within my range, I still felt dissatisfied...
    RavenS45 RavenS45 18-21, F Feb 22

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    I am a fiend for the written word. The feel of the pages under my fingers, the phrases that resonate prompting me to fold the bottom corner, me leaping up mid-conversation to...
    MissASC77 MissASC77 36-40, F Feb 22

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    I'm a slow reader though.. I love profound articulate words.. to go back to the line before an interesting line just to inhale the anticipation of meeting the interesting line and...
    FaitAccomp1i FaitAccomp1i 70+, M 6 Responses 20 hrs ago

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    I've wanted to write a book where Merlin is here in modern times and finally came up with a concept today!!!! Here's a little excerpt of what I have so far. Tell me what you think...
    MidnightLaughter MidnightLaughter 18-21, F 2 Responses Feb 13

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    The end of week rest period had arrived. Wearily the man opened the door to his issue rest chamber. I had been a long week of creating approved designs for consumer products...
    ArnoldJRimmer ArnoldJRimmer 46-50, M 1 Response Feb 7

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    I think it's high time that a place existed on here where we can give a shout out to the best members this place has to offer. Rather than wait for one to pop up, I decided I'd...
    Contentio Contentio 18-21, M 7 Responses Feb 9

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    i want to write a book about my life but i need help! my life story will include gangs, drugs, prostitution,a broken family, prison, and me almost loosing my life and being...
    nikkispice32 nikkispice32 31-35, M Feb 11

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    I've written the largest collection of poetry ever published in the history of literature, seriously. A lot of it is terribly dark, and a lot of it is amazingly light. PLEASE...
    AaronLA AaronLA 31-35, M Feb 15

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    I love walking into bookstores, seeing rows and rows of books. I love the smell of bookstores. I love old books. I collect old books and magazines...the nostalgia is so sweet...
    bobbieshae bobbieshae 41-45, F 9 Responses Feb 16

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    This is essentially going to be talking to myself, but not really. I want to write a letter to my future self. Dear Future Abby (or whatever your name is now), Today I'm feeling...
    winception winception 13-15, T 1 Response Feb 19

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    , although not in the gross way. The slippery, slimey sensation of the solution is really anything I anticipate feeling when I clean my hair (in precisely the same way I looked...
    Willsam936i7gv1 Willsam936i7gv1 31-35, M 1 Response Feb 16

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    She walked into the Forrest of her note pad, she sat next to a log as she pulled out her pen. Her pen was magic so every time she wrote she brought life to the Forrest. As she took...
    tantralad tantralad 22-25, M Feb 7

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    I once wrote a chapter to a book but people kept sayin I was to young and could never write I read it over and noticed little thing I ended up deleting it and tossing the book
    sadnesskillsme sadnesskillsme 13-15, F 1 Response Feb 12

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    I wrote this whilst writing bits of a required autobiography while in high school. This was my favorite entry. Whenever I thought about the "real" world, I've always had this...
    hmmphry hmmphry 18-21, M Feb 14

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    1. Any scars? -Tons 2. Self harmed? -Yes 3. Crush? -No 4. Kissed anyone? -Yeah, 3 different people 5. Coke or Pepsi? -Pepsi 6. Someone you hate? -Sam Pepper eh 7. Best Friends...
    Colourfi Colourfi 13-15, F 2 Responses Feb 21

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    I heard about writing and publishing ebooks on amazon and other sites, using apps. However, my research on what app to download, and how do I publish it have hit a dead end...
    flashback23 flashback23 22-25, M Feb 22

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    Beautiful? Ugly? You’d Better Not Care Written by one of my LinkedIn contact “Mommy, look!” said the little girl—she might have been five—pointing to a little boy...
    imurfriend imurfriend 26-30, F 1 Response Feb 24

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    Agael Varice: Word Count: 500ish
No Italics so dey look like dis: ‘meh’ Unedited stuff from me book, humor me, will yah? XD "Well, well, if it isn’t for her most gracious...
    Cryx Cryx 16-17, F 1 Response a week ago

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    Sweat rolled down Clark's forehead, the temperature in the room was chilly. Clark remembered learning in school that males did better in school in cold rooms. Clark felt like his...
    TheBellaBubbles TheBellaBubbles 18-21, F 1 Response 4 hrs ago

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