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Spanish version: Manuel Bartual, parte 1 and Manuel Bartual, parte 2 Some days ago, Twitter suffered from a revolution created by a story. A story that started on a profile, precisely on Manuel Bartual’s profile. He started to tell the odd circumstances that surrounded his summer trip to the beach for vacations. This storytelling started...
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Spanish Version: Día Mundial de la Poesía – Mi Federico Last Tuesday we celebrated World Poetry Day. I tried to post something on that day, or at least yesterday, but my time was kind of consumed. Life happened, and living is more important than writing, if I have to choose. However, I didn’t want to...
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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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Previous Parts: Part 1 – Part 2 – Part 3 – Part 4 Spanish Version: Carnaval – Parte 5 The mask covered only the upper half of the face, but because of the extra decoration that had, it almost covered the whole upper half of the entire head. The center of it was simpler than...
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Spanish Version: La Realidad de la Práctica Oh, that annoying sentence we all have been told at some point in our lifes, mainly if we create any kind of art. The sentence of “if you want to get better at what you are doing, you have to practice”. Practice. Practice! PRACTICE! That’s the only thing...
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Previous Parts: Part 1 – Part 2 – Part 3 Spanish Version: Carnaval – Parte 4 It was probably a man and he was in front of Opalia. The young girl collided with him because she was distracted, even though she was hugging thighly Lenzo’s arm. She had made the man’s hat fall and the...
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Previous pages: Part 1 – Part 2 Spanish Version: Carnaval – Parte 3 The trip was calm, and the rain went away, left behind with the village. The boat swayed slowly, creating some pleasant swingings. Little by little, while the sky was clearing up, and the sun went down creating a twilight full of warm...
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Inspired by the Carnival season, I wanted to write a short story about it. I am going to post it for several days, around 1k words per post. This is going to be my first “short story” here on my blog, so I just wanted to remind you that, like any other post on this...
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Two days ago, I reached the “70,000 words” goal writing my novel, and I felt deeply accomplished, mainly since I am closer and closer every day to reach the end of my first draft. I know there is lots of work still to do, because the first draft is almost nothing by itself. Moreover, I...
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