Chimera Speaks

An argonaut of dreams. I'm Glaiza at Goodreads.

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June 2015
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The ethos of otherworldly worldly salvation through self-denial increasingly gave way to this-worldly self-fulfillment. Cultu...
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...having a strong desire to write some romantic thrillers of my own. Any recs for a wannabe member of Romancelandia?
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*squeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee* OMG, so much excitement! And "Against the Dark" and "Mind Games" are free on the UK Kin...
url: Size Acceptance in YA
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url: To Honour Tanith Lee
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White as Snow - Tanith Lee, Terri Windling Biting the Sun - Tanith Lee The Silver Metal Lover - Tanith Lee Cold Grey Stones (Imaginings) - Tanith Lee
May 2015
22
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Dreams of Shreds and Tatters by Amanda Downum Acquired: ARC via Netgalley Genre: Urban Fantasy Published: 12 May 2015 b...
Dreams of Shreds and Tatters - Amanda Downum
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May 2015
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Towards the end of "Just Kids", Patti Smith says, in relation to how long it took her to write the story of her and Robert Ma...
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May 2015
17
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Hannu Rajaniemi: Collected Fiction Acquired: ARC via Netgalley Published: 12 May 2015 by Tachyon Publications Genre: Sp...
Hannu Rajaniemi: Collected Fiction - Hannu Rajaniemi
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This is one of those books I would read a few pages from every time I saw it in a bookstore. I was about halfway. But then it...
May 2015
16
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I have so little time to read or write, and yet I have a powerful compulsion to gather more books. It must be gratifying on s...
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May 2015
15
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"To try to summarise my own experience: The more truly your work comes from your own being, body and soul, rather than fitting..."
Dancing at the Edge of the World: Thoughts on Words, Women, Places - Ursula K. Le Guin
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Some people think it's all very cool to have a therapist. Me, I'm not into this. Will somebody please just give me a dog?

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Dancing at the Edge of the World: Thoughts on Words, Women, Places
Ursula K. Le Guin