Linda Hamonou

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in Saint-Brieuc, France
November 17, 1983

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Born in November 1983 in Brittany, France, Linda Hamonou spent most of her childhood reading adventure and fantasy books, while exploring the folklore of Brittany. After graduating high school, she entered university to study physics. For the second year, she studied diverse fields of physics in two universities simultaneously. With a growing interest in atomic and molecular physics she entered master course and finished her master degree in France before moving to Northern Ireland where she obtained her PhD in 2009. This author writes in English and her books are not yet available in French.

Saving money during her studies and going to international workshop and conferences allowed her to travel in Europe and North America. Her sense of adv
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Harajuku Kiss

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This was better than the Infernal instrument series. There was less time spend on explaining the world so that it helped to read the other series first. The only problem is that there are some inconsistencies between the two.
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I picked up this book because of some comments I read about people liking Lucy Honeychurch better than some of Jane Austen's heroine because she was more relatable. I tend to disagree.

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I didn't finish this one and I honestly got so bored with it that I don't think I will. So far it was about how people got power and used them in their personal life but there was a lack of feeling to it that really bothered me. It's nothing like the ...more
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“You have blood on your face; you’ve better washed it before scaring the girls again.”
Linda Hamonou, Demon Soul

“I’m just going shopping.”

“Shopping like that, with a fish.” Dylan, wiping the blood on his face with the first towel he had found, opened big eyes.

“Where exactly are you going?”

“Well if anyone asks, you’ll say you don’t know.”
Linda Hamonou, Demon Soul

“You have no ideas about what you can find in books these days, I’m telling you.”
Linda Hamonou, Demon Soul

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“Find somebody else to entertain you," I said.
"There is no one else."
I turned a page in my notebook and started writing again. "There's always someone else.You've been Feeding off Forfeits for hundreds of years. Get a new one."
"You don't give my job enough credit. It's really hard to convince a girl to follow me. The average pickup lines don't work so well. 'Hey,wanna get coffee? And then spend an eternity getting the life force sucked out of you?' They don't go for it.”
Brodi Ashton, Everneath

“Oui, je veux être aimé moi-même, ou pas du tout!”
Edmond Rostand, Cyrano de Bergerac

“The world is full of obvious things which nobody by any chance ever observes.”
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“Write poorly.
Suck.
Write Awful.
Terribly.
Frightfully.
Don’t care.
Turn off the inner editor.
Let yourself write.
Let it flow.
Let yourself fail.
Do something crazy.
Write 50,000 words in the month of November.
I did it.
It was fun.
It was insane.
It was 1,667 words per day.
It was possible, but you have to turn off the inner critic off completely.
Just write.
Quickly.
In bursts.
With joy.
If you can’t write, run away.
Come back.
Write again.
Writing is like anything else.
You won’t get good at it immediately.
It’s a craft.
You have to keep getting better.
You don’t get to Juilliard unless you practice.
You want to get to Carnegie Hall?
Practice. Practice. Practice ..or give them a lot of money.
Like anything else it takes 10,000 hours to get to mastery.
Just like Malcolm Gladwell says.
So write.
Fail.
Get your thoughts down.
Let it rest.
Let is marinate.
Then edit, but don’t edit as you type.
That just slows the brain down.
Find a daily practice.
For me it’s blogging.
It’s fun.
The more you write the easier it gets.
The more it is a flow, the less a worry.
It’s not for school, it’s not for a grade, it’s just to get your thoughts out there.
You know they want to come out.
So keep at it.
Make it a practice.
Write poorly.
Write awfully.
Write with abandon and it may end up being really really good.”
Colleen Hoover

“You believe in a book that has talking animals, wizards, witches, demons, sticks turning into snakes, burning bushes, food falling from the sky, people walking on water, and all sorts of magical, absurd and primitive stories, and you say that we are the ones that need help?”
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