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Think about the following: When was the last time you got two hours of focused time to work? My answer is this morning, at A. Published: January 19, This is a very good idea, but it is not enough. In my opinion, there is more than one type of NO. There is one we should avoid, one we should learn to use, and one that we need to use.
My intention is to show you the distinction between the three types of NO and your adventure will be learning to use. Es una buena idea, pero no es suficiente. Words: 28, Published: January 1, Words: 27, Published: November 28, Words: 32, Published: November 30, Her job is simple. Words: 50, Published: May 17, His secret is that he never wrote any of them, and when a fourth one shows up he decides to destroy it.
That generates an adventure of intrigue, crime and mystery. George runs looking for the missing clues putting his life and the life of those around him in great danger. Will George succeed or be the protagonist of a fifth manuscript?
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Shelves: read-in , did-not-finish While I enjoyed the premise of the story, this was one instance where the writing left me DNFing the book. I found the plot pacing was too uneven. Nothing happened for long stretches, and then too much happened all at once. It was hard to follow and stay engaged. I found the wording to be very repetitive, with the same details being retold over and over. Combining that with the constant verb tense changes that had me rereading passages to understand what was happening left me exhausted and unable While I enjoyed the premise of the story, this was one instance where the writing left me DNFing the book. Combining that with the constant verb tense changes that had me rereading passages to understand what was happening left me exhausted and unable to enjoy the story.