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My usual methods have failed me for more than a week. So I come to you, sweet /lit/ for help.
If anyone has a copy of Broken Souls by Stephen Blackmoore I'll love you forever and ever. Pic very related
, The Future Eve - Villiers de L'Isle-Adam.pdf
keep in mind that this translation is abridged and not the best available.If you are attracted by this book, you should totally read the new version (which you can still find on sites such as abebooks) titled "Tomorrow's eve" which is much more faithful to the original as for the language used.
For the moment, you can enjoy the kindle edition though.
Hello, /lit/. I'm desperately looking for a certain pdf. It's the holy grail of manipulation/people reading;
Chase Hughes' Behavioral table of elements and alle related documents.
I wouldn't have asked if I didn't look through most of the internet first. I even tried asking niggertits for crying out loud. There also doesn't seem to be an /r/ board on this chan.
So, I'm probably risking a ban here, but the reward is definitely worth it, and as I said. I'm pretty desperate at this point.
Please let me know if there is anything I could dump in return. Occult maybe? I could also dump funny images, but that would be off-topic and knowing the mods it'd get me banned for sure.
tl'dr I need this thing
Honestly, I think this manipulation stuff is more about deluding yourself than anything.
OP, listen to this person
, What Every BODY Is Saying _ An Ex-FBI Ag - Joe Nav.pdf
Here have this
He was trying to show off how open-minded he was w/r/t commercial fiction and but so came off as pretentious  moron who tried too hard .
 "Pretentious" in this sense being a reference to the Ancient Greek  epic, "Pretension Calculus"
 Ancient Greece being an ancient civilization of incredibly hairy people w/r/t their backs 
 According to a Wikipedia article this author skimmed which I am now going to recite verbatim  to make myself seem intelligent and well-read, a human back is "... the large posterior area of the human body, rising from the top of the buttocks to the back of the neck and the shoulders. It is the surface opposite to the chest, its height being defined by the vertebral column (commonly referred to as the spine or backbone) and its breadth being supported by the ribcage and shoulders."
 word for word
 see: this author's writing
the truth is somewhere in between on this. the book doesn't really deserve the accolades that it received but when he gets past the pretension a bit there's some interesting character developments and a decent, albeit meandering underlying plot.
he's much better as an essayist though. i feel like he was trying to make his own finnegan's wake here or something like that.
It's fun for everyone but aspiring writers. For writers, our egos are far too fragile and our jealousies far too great. In truth, the author is just having fun with literature as a whole, but to minds that have been struggling for so long, looking for their own spark of creativity, it seems like a whole lot of bullshit. Try to separate yourself from the craft and enjoy it for what it is.
I'm on page 51 in this book and sort of sick of it already. Not sure whether to keep reading it or not.
I wrote this book.
You can has for free.
I would rather read a book called "His Wood in Boys, the Michael Jackson Story".
It's set in WV? Nice! That's where Mothman and the Deliverance Movie came from. I'll check it out.
I haven't read it,but consider heading over to Deviant Art and commissioning a better cover. Your current cover is okay, but you want something that will actually grab readers.
Take my word for it. I've been trying to sell my book for the past year. If you're not writing erotic fiction for a niche audience self-publishing probably won't get you many sales.
>A SCREAMING COMES ACROSS THE SKY
So this is Gottfried's scream?
you'll get there some day.
I used figures from various sources in my Bachelor thesis, always referencing the source by URL.
I also just listed all the references I used for text instead of assigning them numbers.
Considering that I already passed my thesis defense and they raised little to no objections, am I in any danger of being accused of plagiarism?
I'm actually more worried about the figures. I had some charts there and whatnot that I took from the Internet and only linked to them without checking the license because I assumed that it's free for educational purposes.
I know the references are sloppy work, I fucked up, but I had no proper instruction. I took absolutely no direct quotes and reworded them when I did. The examiners told me about doing the references properly, but since my work wasn't discarded, I am assuming they're alright with it.
It's all behind me now, I'm just worried that someone accidentally stumbles onto a minor fuckup and suddenly I lose my degree.
I think you are confusing copyright and plagiarism.
Plagiarism is taking someone's work and calling it your own. Copyright is illegal copying and distributing of a creative work. Well, it used to be creative works, that has gotten a bit fuzzy these days.
Since you cite a source for the figures, you are not claiming that they are your own work. I don't think you have to worry about plagiarism.
Fair use for educational purposes would be a strong argument that you have not violated copyright laws. That's the sort of thing that requires a court to decide, but I expect you're in the clear.
I don't think you've got anything to worry about. Enjoy the weekend.
Ah, I guess you're right. Thanks for helping me out.
I like to read. I will read whatever. I read this.
Then I read this. It was pretty great. Blair has some problems as a writer. I don't like his passive, morally blank protagonists.
I'm flicking through these just now. Interesting stuff, fucking bizarre.
finished this recently. the book seemed more anti-revolutionary than i was lead to believe. pretty enjoyable though.
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>"Why don’t you wait over there--" she nodded to some chairs against the wall "--and I’ll give you a signal when he comes by."
>"Why don't you wait over there," she nodded to some chairs against the wall, "and I'll give you a signal when he comes by."
>"Why don’t you wait over there"--she nodded to some chairs against the wall--"and I’ll give you a signal when he comes by."
>"Why don't you wait over there,"--she nodded to some chairs against the wall--"and I'll give you a signal when he comes by."
There are probably more variants I could write here, like adding a comma after 'wall' in the first version, but which is the most correct?
I understand that different publishers/editors go by different house rules and more than one can be 'correct', but there has to be a majority consensus on one method, right? Or at least one method has to be more popular than the rest, even if it's split down to a minority.
So what's your thoughts on this? Which is the best way to do this?
The website http://www.grammar-monster.com/ has experts who focus on these sorts of questions, but here is my opinion:
I'm fairly certain you should write "nodding towards" the chairs rather than "nodding to" the chairs.
What you have here is a compound sentence. One of them is dialogue, and the other isn't, which makes the structure a bit disconnected. Honestly I'd probably rewrite the whole thing, but it would help to have the rest of the paragraph to work with.
You could cut the word count by writing "Take a seat over there, and I'll give you a signal ...." That conveys everything but the nod and the position of the chairs. If they are not relevant the this is probably the simplest choice.
You could introduce the chairs by the wall in a previous sentence and simply have the speaker prompt the other character to take one of the seats.
You could have the speaker prompt the other character to move out of the way, and then introduce the seats as a part of the other character's action.
It's difficult to draw a conclusion based on one sentence alone, but you appear to be working in a visual mode rather than a text mode. Action and dialogue combine to give a complete scene in film, and one can do this in prose, but it doesn't take advantage of the medium's strengths.
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