I am a guy that loves a good story, something with soul that you can feel in your heart right down to your toes. Always letting my hear guide me when my head would go another way.Was on here a while ago and decided to try writing againI am trying to write at the moment a bit of fantasy but seems more like fluff, we are all our own worse critics!Well I promise to try and get something up on here soon, till then I guess I'll just have to read more here and praise all the fantastic writers on here.
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A cup of tea after cleaning the dishes, always enjoy the irony of making more dishes after cleaning them all up.
I can admit this, I have watched the entire omnibus of Dr Who, well all episodes still available as the BBC lost a number. I enjoy the old series for the storylines as much as the new ones. They have all been written by great writers.Tom Baker played the Dr really well, but have also enjoyed the reinterpretations of the new ones, especially Tennats.I'm watching the special Sunday morning here in Australia as it is playing in sync with the Uk. And please for those missing out, I promise "No spoilers" ;)
Content and happy
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May I have number222 please
It doesn't matter, let it go and live.
I have had both types in the past. Samsung yes is great in the flexibility of micro SD cards and Android system, but had nothing but hassle and trouble with the battery. Apple have a slick well designed product, if you go with the max memory version you won't have an issue.personally I went for a Nokia this time around, windows platform, expandable memory and slick design. Time will tell me what the flaws are.All phones have their pros, cons and gimmicks I say if you use a Mac an iPhone is a good choice as it will streamline your technology well. Besides that past the aesthetics they are all good phones,made by cheap labour in poor conditions.Happy shopping.
Ok so if you want sci fiThe Nights Dawn trilogy by Peter Hamilton, would be a great place to start.Also just finished "Flashback" but can't remember the author (it was the most impressive book I've read in a while) sorry read alot.Songs of fire and ice a recommended before are a great series.A are the sword of truth series by Terry Goodkind.For humour on the dark side try Neil Gaimen, American Gods is briant from premise to end.Also Chuck Pahlanuk, Dammed or Fight Club. Prefered Dammed to be hinest.Oh also just read "Lady in the lake" by Raymond Chandler.Let mr know if you need more suggestions. I could keep going.
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