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Graham Stull Every story I have ever written begins as a daydream. I daydream when swimming laps in a 25 m pool, when cycling to work, when lying in bed about to…moreEvery story I have ever written begins as a daydream. I daydream when swimming laps in a 25 m pool, when cycling to work, when lying in bed about to go to sleep, when walking through the park. Ever since I was a little boy have I chosen to dwell in the world of fantasy that surges up onto the pages of my stories in odd and unexpected ways.(less)
Graham Stull Head down and force yourself to plough through. It might not work as a final text, but the motion of writing is what counts.
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The Hydra

4.11 avg rating — 37 ratings — published 2015 — 2 editions
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When you get used to reading inferior books, even a nibble of a great masterpiece can challenge your digestive system in ways that cause stomach cramps. Franz Kafka is no light read. After a diet of heavily processed modern literature, Franz Kafka's ...more
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Invisible Man by Ralph Ellison
"How fortunate we are, to live in an America which has conquered racism once and for all...

(No spoiler at all—we don't, and we haven't.)

The United States of America that Ralph Ellison described back in 1948, in his heartwrenching and brutal novel I..." Read more of this review »
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In many fields of human endeavour - cookery or ballet, perhaps - lightness is considered a quality to be striven for. Even as a description of one's mood, the adjective 'light' trumps all others. Yet in literature, the quality of lightness is decided ...more
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In many fields of human endeavour - cookery or ballet, perhaps - lightness is considered a quality to be striven for. Even as a description of one's mood, the adjective 'light' trumps all others. Yet in literature, the quality of lightness is decided ...more
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Lizzy is 89% done with Stoner: They talked late into the night, as if they were old friends. And Stoner came to realize that she [his daughter] was, as she had said, almost happy with her despair; she would live her days out quietly, drinking a little more, year by year, numbing herself against the nothingness her life had become. He was glad she had that, at least; he was grateful that she could drink.
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Philip K. Dick is above all a writer of ideas. To him we are indebted for some of the most innovative concepts to come out of 20th Century sci-fi. For me the debt is also personal. With the release of the movie Bladerunner, his ideas began to go main ...more
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“There are two kinds of people in the world: those who attempt to dichotomise a diverse human population to facilitate their limited understanding of complex social dynamics, and those who don't.”
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“There are two kinds of people in the world: those who attempt to dichotomise a diverse human population to facilitate their limited understanding of complex social dynamics, and those who don't.”
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“How you wake up each day and your morning routine (or lack thereof) dramatically affects your levels of success in every single area of your life. Focused, productive, successful mornings generate focused, productive, successful days—which inevitably create a successful life—in the same way that unfocused, unproductive, and mediocre mornings generate unfocused, unproductive, and mediocre days, and ultimately a mediocre quality of life. By simply changing the way you wake up in the morning, you can transform any area of your life, faster than you ever thought possible.”
Hal Elrod, The Miracle Morning: The Not-So-Obvious Secret Guaranteed to Transform Your Life: Before 8AM




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Graham Stull Gautam wrote: "thanks for the friend-invite ,Graham ! i look forward to discussing books with you .."

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Gautam thanks for the friend-invite ,Graham ! i look forward to discussing books with you ..


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