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I have been trained in a

I have been trained in a harder school than Shelley and so my little finger is thicker than my fathers loins.

Day 4 challenge: Choose 20 that greatly influenced you. One per day, for 20 days. No explanations, no reviews, just covers

"Creeker" (2002)
Linda Scott DeRosier

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Talk to the boat next door.

A famous by C.S. Lewis beautifully illustrated by Simini Blocker

"Willrich adjusts the lens to focus on Goldman and Weinberger, two who made their common cause despite her views and his almost spiritual belief in the authority of the Constitution.

One of the central animating ideas in the is the relationship between the anarchist movement, which defined itself as against the rule of law, and how became so enmeshed in the American legal system, and actually made some contributions to our legal culture today, Willich told me in a recent conversation."

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. pain of my existence.

, 2022 . 2023. .

One curious detail in the is the death of Paul's son.

I'm not entirely sure why this is in the book.

It could be to justify his vengeance, or it could be to show the price of aiming for power, or it could be to show how Paul doesn't care about it (because he doesn't really show much caring about it.)

It's not entirely clear. It's just a feature and it doesn't really amount to anything story-wise.

British birds by Thorburn, Archibald -1860-1935-

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Choose 20 that greatly influenced you. One per day, for 20 days. No explanations, no reviews, just covers.

Please add for blind and low vision

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"Can you learn to play from a " British Library European studies blog:

Soon to be midnight, Im on bed and my babies are sleeping now. I have a good ebook in my hand to read before I sleep: Letter from an Unknown Woman, from Stefan Zweig, published in 1922.
As I heard, it may be an heart-touching story, hope not to cry at the end. #Book #Reading #StefanZweig #ClassicLiterature

Soon to be midnight, I'm on bed and my babies are sleeping now. I have a good ebook in my hand to read before I sleep: "Letter from an Unknown Woman", from Stefan Zweig, published in 1922.
As I heard, it may be an heart-touching story, hope not to cry at the end.

I'm loving reading about 1920s Melbourne, being from Melbourne myself.

Makes me wish for the ability to travel through time...

A famous by C.S. Lewis beautifully illustrated by Simini Blocker

"Samuel Richardson and the Dramatic Novel" (2014)
Ira Konigsberg

This book is about my search for a deep life, for a place to steady my self amidst the waves.
Elizabeth Oldfield, Fully Alive: Tending to the Soul in Turbulent Times

The Lepidoptera of Ceylon by Moore, Frederic, 1830-1907

I highly recommend Sunbringer by Hannah Kaner.


Brothers Ruin
Industrial Magic Book 1
by Emma Newman

Get it here:

Newman reworks the familiar idea of magical schools, breathing some new life into the premise by exploring the darker corners of London and their murky morality. Publishers Weekly

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Genetics on Sale is coming soon!


Day 3 challenge: Choose 20 that greatly influenced you. One per day, for 20 days. No explanations, no reviews, just covers

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Day 2 challenge: Choose 20 that greatly influenced you. One per day, for 20 days. No explanations, no reviews, just covers

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Day 1 challenge: Choose 20 that greatly influenced you. One per day, for 20 days. No explanations, no reviews, just covers

Violating the rules to note: I'm 3 days behind so catching up with 3 today. And there's no way to do this with any kind of objectivity so this is just the 20 that first came to me.

Day 1

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: In her new book, Alien Earths, astrophysicist Lisa Kaltenegger (founding director of Cornell University's Carl Sagan Institute) "demonstrates how we can use our homeworld as a Rosetta Stone, creatively analyzing Earth's history and its astonishing biosphere" to inform our search for life beyond Earth. Beth Johnson chatted with Dr. Kaltenegger about the writing, the research, and the possibilities for life beyond Earth in an engaging .

The Lepidoptera of Ceylon by Moore, Frederic, 1830-1907

To populate the from
I turned to another great D&D-ish, but system neutral from ragingswanpress : the

DREAD LAIRONOMICON

As we are used to in RSP we get a simple and for most of the entries.

You will find lairs for maaany iconic as well as bandits, druids, pirates etc.


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QSFer Ita Sypniewska has a new erotic pansexual sci fi/magical realism book out: Suki and the Floating Mountains.

Embark on an enthralling journey with Suki, a student of the University of Hedonism, as she ventures on an annual school trip to the ethereal Floating Mountains, a place brimming with challenges for...

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"Jacob L. Devers" (2015)
James Scott Wheeler

Your post could be interesting for the group and for - I remember they already talked about the problem of fakes as a hard concurrence for their real books.
NPR report
On New Republic:

Author about identity theft by LLM-scam:








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