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There is a tradition that is celebrated on many countries around this day, and it is related to Saint John’s Eve, which is today (or, at least, it is going to be tonight). During this tradition, bonfires are lit all over the world, welcoming the summer, celebrating the Midsummer. Or, in general, enjoying the new...
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Some days ago, I reached the 80,000 words goal. I had to wait some days until I finished writing/posting this very article, because my life has been really busy lately, as I mentioned on my last article. Anyhow: Yes, I did it, I finally wrote the “first” 80,000 words of my novel. Spanish Version: 80.000...
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Some days ago, specifically on the 25th of April, we celebrated, one more year, World Book Day. Since I have struggled a little bit (cough) to post on the right day for each special date, I also struggled to post on that day. Of course! My agenda is sometimes the busiest. However, since I couldn’t...
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The ephemeral bookshop was tiny, narrow. Just a door holding a thousands of shelves compressed into a few tables and even less corridors to move through. So reduced to be an attraction in that normal street that was so close to a populated placed that stole all the audience from it. And, just in case,...
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Last days have been a roller coaster for my writing process. Lots of ups and downs for my disposition, both in time and mood. I have enjoyed days of inspiration and need of writing, preceded by days of total emptyness and no inclination for putting word after word. The problem is that those inspiring days...
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She smelled like a day of summer: warm, floral, wise and relaxed. Her hair was tied at her neck, dark and pure, strong like her personality, but with some chunks flowing freely in the wind, bathed by the light of the sun. Spanish Version: El Sol del Puerto Because the wind loved her so much,...
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Some weeks ago, I was rewatching “Sherlock”, with Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman. And something strange happened when Moriarty appeared on the screen for the first time on the series, second time in my life: he started talking and I… I just couldn’t take my eyes off him. It is not that I never thought...
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Spring is already here. Maybe you have noticed it on any person around you (or even you) enjoying those great allergies. They are not sad or emotional. Watching some plants blooming is kind of emotional, but not THAT emotional, believe me. Back to the title of this article, Spring is a concept like no other...
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What do you think about this idea? Do you think there is another form of conflict? Any examples where you can find them? If you like this images, visit my Instagram page for more 🙂
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I am a book lover, as you could have already notice. I love books in general: the edition, the cover, the smell of the pages… [Please, I need some kind of perfume with that smell… Don’t look at me like that, I am not (that) crazy] I love small books, big books, pocket-size books, hard-cover...
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