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  1. #2131
    The Outsider....quid pro quo
    The only one who can heal you is you.




  2. #2132
    Niche book for intellectuals, I tried reading it once, didn't quite get as far as you did with the little prince.
    Visit my website to read and connect to my 'soundcloud', where you can listen to stories songs and more
    Hidden Content

    A thread of links useful to writers wishing to learn
    Piglet's picks. Hidden Content

  3. #2133
    bonnet de douche
    The only one who can heal you is you.




  4. #2134
    best interview ever
    paraphrase:
    ...coders have extremely high frustration thresholds...
    ...<able to continually> drive nails into floor with forehead...
    i r neeeeeeeeeeeeeeeed this!!!!

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    i will sleep with it under my pillow.
    i will begin and end each day with a selected reading.
    i will forgo pickle chips.
    all types.
    *stares at library shelf*
    *where it is not*
    *yet*
    *waits*

  5. #2135
    Just read the Amazon reviews...how would you review it....
    The only one who can heal you is you.




  6. #2136
    Quote Originally Posted by escorial View Post
    Just read the Amazon reviews...how would you review it....
    anthology style.
    'cuz
    we need a new language
    new symbols...refmusicthread
    do you have a copy i can borrow, by any chance?

    then i can be the lightning
    before the thunder...also.refmusicthread

  7. #2137
    I have quite a few face and hand gestures that can portray many emotions and you have no need to listen to the words coming out a frothy mouth..
    The only one who can heal you is you.




  8. #2138
    I got given a copy of 'The heartbeat of Wounded Knee' (Native America from 1890 to the present) by David Treuer. It is a big book and I have a fair bit of reading going on at the moment, but the person who gave it me highly recommended it and she is usually a good literary judge, one to look forward to.
    Visit my website to read and connect to my 'soundcloud', where you can listen to stories songs and more
    Hidden Content

    A thread of links useful to writers wishing to learn
    Piglet's picks. Hidden Content

  9. #2139
    Quote Originally Posted by Olly Buckle View Post
    I got given a copy of 'The heartbeat of Wounded Knee' (Native America from 1890 to the present) by David Treuer. It is a big book and I have a fair bit of reading going on at the moment, but the person who gave it me highly recommended it and she is usually a good literary judge, one to look forward to.
    native american wisdom by kent nerbum
    is a short, widely distributed by same subculture.
    might be of interest, if you don't already have a copy.

  10. #2140
    The Complete Short Stories of Mark Twain
    The Law of Dreams- Peter Behrens
    Her Body and Other Parties- Carmen Maria Machado
    Fifth Business- Robertson Davies

    This is a good set. All of them are proving to be eventful and there are some great moments, particularly in Twain and Machado's work. The Law of Dreams is still developing along-- I'm only on page 83, but it suggests it will be a worthwhile read.

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