by Emily Dickinson
by Emily Dickinson
It is so relaxing to stay home for some days. Beside working (which it happens I like doing… despite all), I can find some time for myself too. After considering the thousand of little works always there waiting for me since ever, yesterday I:
And You? If you are so lucky to have 3 days of holidays, what have you done to accomplish something you have dreamt for during the last time?
Waiting for you 💖
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[Manu’fatto] breakfast set is totally mine
This has been to me even more brilliant than the first book, The Rosie Project. I love Don (43, Aussie, now living in NY), and I believe I would marry him if I could. Even if he tends to embarrass her wife, Rosie, or even if he doesn’t get basic social laws. Sometimes. What you need to know that he is really investing a lot of energy and effort on a new project… BUD project – Baby Under Development project.
The whole story isn’t predictable at all. Besides Rosie and Don, the reader follows the lives and familiar/love events of many other characters, which represent ordinary people difficulties in life and marriage. It is like a perfect photo of all that happens around us and among our families too.
There is no spoiler here, but if you loved The Rosie Project, I highly recommend you to read this incredibly hilarious, witty, realistic and well-written novel. It is Christimas time, time for a good read!
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Life plan? How's that working out?
“How vain it is to sit down to write when you have not stood up to live.”~ Henry David Thoreau
A blog about a Scottish woman, who lived in Denmark, and moved to New Zealand
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Author of suspense novels Search For Maylee, Aggravated Momentum, The Stix, and New Age Lamians. As well as the short story collection Time Wasters and (co-author of) The Suspenseful Collection. Columnist for The Conscious Talk Magazine.
FREED to BE, to LIVE, to LAUGH
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