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Meeting God. You were on your way home when you died. It was a car accident. Nothing particularly remarkable, but fatal nonetheless. You left behind a wife and two children. It was a painless death. The EMTs tried their best to save you, but to no avail. And that's when you met me. "What... what happened? " "You died," I said, matter-of-factly. "There was a... a truck and it was skidding... " "Yup. " "I... "Yup. You looked around. "More or less," I said. "Are you god? " "Yup. " "My kids... my wife," you said. "What about them? " "Will they be alright? " "That's what I like to see," I said.

Free books: 100 legal sites to download literature. The Classics Browse works by Mark Twain, Joseph Conrad and other famous authors here.

Free books: 100 legal sites to download literature

Classic Bookshelf: This site has put classic novels online, from Charles Dickens to Charlotte Bronte.The Online Books Page: The University of Pennsylvania hosts this book search and database.Project Gutenberg: This famous site has over 27,000 free books online.Page by Page Books: Find books by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and H.G. Wells, as well as speeches from George W. Bush on this site.Classic Book Library: Genres here include historical fiction, history, science fiction, mystery, romance and children’s literature, but they’re all classics.Classic Reader: Here you can read Shakespeare, young adult fiction and more.Read Print: From George Orwell to Alexandre Dumas to George Eliot to Charles Darwin, this online library is stocked with the best classics.Planet eBook: Download free classic literature titles here, from Dostoevsky to D.H. Textbooks Math and Science Children’s Books Philosophy and Religion Plays.

Quijote Interactivo - Biblioteca Nacional de España. Free Audiobooks and eBooks - Librophile. 101 Books To Read This Summer Instead of '50 Shades of Grey'. The Ultimate Guide to Writing Better Than You Normally Do.

Writing is a muscle.

The Ultimate Guide to Writing Better Than You Normally Do.

Smaller than a hamstring and slightly bigger than a bicep, and it needs to be exercised to get stronger. Think of your words as reps, your paragraphs as sets, your pages as daily workouts. Think of your laptop as a machine like the one at the gym where you open and close your inner thighs in front of everyone, exposing both your insecurities and your genitals. Because that is what writing is all about. Procrastination is an alluring siren taunting you to google the country where Balki from Perfect Strangers was from, and to arrange sticky notes on your dog in the shape of hilarious dog shorts.

The blank white page. Mark Twain once said, “Show, don’t tell.” Finding a really good muse these days isn’t easy, so plan on going through quite a few before landing on a winner. There are two things more difficult than writing. It’s no secret that great writers are great readers, and that if you can’t read, your writing will often suffer. Novelr. Literature's Ten Most Disturbing Sociopaths. How many times have you imagined smashing someone's windshield with a tire iron after they cut you off in traffic?

Literature's Ten Most Disturbing Sociopaths

Or stabbing your boss with a sharp pencil when he denies you that raise yet again? Or conning your way into a carefree life of luxury? We all have dark urges—at least I hope it's not just me or this is going to be one seriously awkward article—but very few of us act on them, which might be why we love reading about people who do.

Many sociopaths are charming, witty, and intelligent. They're also free of the guilt, emotional consequences, and moral dilemmas that plague the rest of us. Before we take a look at ten unforgettable, morally devoid characters from literature, let's get straight on what makes a sociopath. 10. Skills: Bilingual (French and English), lovely singing voice, talented pianist and actress, witty and charming—you'd be tempted to cast her in a Broadway rendition of Les Mis. The Egg. Author's Note: The Egg is also available in the following languages: The Egg By: Andy Weir.

The Egg