Paul Braddon

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author of The Actuality 

fear makes her human // humans make her fear

Sandstone Press February 2021

visit me at paulbraddon.com / Twitter at @paulbraddo/ Instagram at @paulbraddon

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I am trying to research what engine such a vessel as the ones below in the 1920's / 30s would have h…
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  •  · Thanks Glyn. I will look at this tomorrow. It's very kind of you. Paul
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Thanks L, always getting that one wrong!

And oh yeah, awesome rock climbing pic Harry!

Some athletes such as tennis players use routines based on NLP to enter the state of flow, like bouncing the ball a set number of times before a serve. I loved the way that Leylah Fernandez kicks her legs behind her before she serves, in a kind of dance, it's so sweet and girlish and obviously works very well!

I really enjoyed this piece because of the way it explored and described so eloquently what is in essence a higher state. I believe finding this special state becomes easier the more you find it.

Thanks Glyn. I will look at this tomorrow. It's very kind of you. Paul

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I am trying to research what engine such a vessel as the ones below in the 1920's / 30s would have had. I presume it would be powered by diesel. I am particularly interested in how to start it - would that be by a cord or a crank or a key?
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You've got the luxury of challenging every sentence for excess. Make sure you never use more than one adjective, or one description. For example if you have wriiten 'he was breathing hard and sweating' go with either he was breathing hard' or 'he was sweating'.

Thanks V. I really enjoyed Klara and the Sun. I love the premise, particularly the period with Klara in the store, she's so innocent. The way that Klara processes complex information by seeing it in boxes is a stroke of cubist genius. He's such a unique writer that it's pointless musing how one would have perhaps tackled things later differently, as he is what he is! You just have to suspend what you know about how people behave and accept his 'reality'.

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