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first chapter - Liquid Sunshine


moonchild10
Jun. 19th, 2006 10:33 pm first chapter16 rays of liquid sunshine - Leave a ray of liquid sunshinePrevious Entry Share Next Entry

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From:kristendom
Date:July 27th, 2006 04:17 pm (UTC)

Re: Quick reading

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No one reads Hemingway anymore. That was a fad that destroyed the writing abilities of several generations. He will be remembered for his Killers (short story, the objective point of view)and use of the Absolutes--maybe. Read Coyle's They are Soldiers and convince yourself. I see you fight criticism' but if you want to be a writer you must take it.
From:subdermalglow
Date:July 27th, 2006 04:35 pm (UTC)

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Er - *I* don't fight criticism - you weren't criticizing *me* - I was speaking up (slightly) for Liquid Sunshine's writer!
From:kristendom
Date:July 27th, 2006 04:43 pm (UTC)

Re: Quick reading

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Okay, now that you have the link visit the site.
If you haven't read Murakami's work I recommend you do. Even in translation you see the brilliance of his writing: no SVC. All subordinate clause and prepositional phrases...just like Cervantes, Garcia Marquez, Wilkie Collins, and Guerrero write.
From:cyber_pilgrim
Date:October 12th, 2006 04:09 pm (UTC)

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I agree that reading good writing does help improve the way we express ourselves. However, for those like me who write by instinct with a flair for words, but poor command of English composition, the comments about the technicalities of the lanuage go right over my head. My greatest aid in editing, which I believe makes or breaks the work, is my Word Perfect Grammatique feature.
From:kristendom
Date:October 12th, 2006 05:18 pm (UTC)

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I hope you visit my blog at blogger.com. I have many articles and book reviews. And thanks for taking the time to comment.

http://www.kristen540.blogspot.com