Tag Archives: book reviewing

[Why I’d Be A Terrible Protagonist] – Reason #8: Death By Accidents

The Terrible Protagonist series explores reasons why regular humans (aka myself) would not fair well in the world of fiction.

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Why I’d Be A Terrible Protagonist:
Death By Accidents

Abstract:

The stairs to the final boss is more scary than the fight itself.


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[Why I’d Be A Terrible Protagonist] – Reason #14: Pulling The Trigger

The Terrible Protagonist series explores reasons why regular humans (aka myself) would not fair well in the world of fiction.

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Why I’d Be A Terrible Protagonist:
Pulling The Trigger

Abstract:

If you slightly turn your gun, it shifts from regular shot to a kill shot. But could you do it?


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[Think Aloud] – #34 – Would You Read Reviews Written By Your Clone?

Think Aloud explores book-related discussions encompassing reading, writing, blogging, and perhaps newsworthy content. The focus is to push the boundaries, stretch the mind, and encourage dialogue within this community. Let’s all think out loud. 

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Table Topic:
Would You Read Reviews
Written By Your Clone?

Abstract:

Step 1: Clone yourself.

Step 2: Ponder if you would read the review written by said clone (who is actually you).


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