Some good books to read. Carroll is concerned with polarities.

Picks of the Month.

It doesn't matter how "real" your story is, or how "made up":

The Handbook is quite bulky but the classic is small though a bit hard to read it's designed and formatted like an old paperbacks from the 70s - even though it's new - If you find the books intimidating or prefer a different format, I highly recommend the podcast.

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What is the role of moonlight and mirrors in the imaginative process here?

They tossed it on their bookshelf and still show all the signs of being depressed.

Esther Freud 1 Cut out the metaphors and similes.

Tom Clancy's The Division 2.

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