When she came close to him, she felt a kind of itching in the centre of her womanhood. She decided to compose herself because many times in the past she had willingly given hand job to many of her male patients and relieved them of their sexual burden. She liked stroking and sucking the patients who were about to gain full recovery.
The story revolves around the lives of five sisters, the Lisbon girls. The people living in their community are quite fascinated by the acts of these five sisters because they can’t explain for their acts.
It is not like that the living with a whore is a living hell; on the contrary, it can turn into a paradise of pleasure if you see what I mean. Let me tell you one thing very clearly that I am not writing this short novella to show my skills as a writer, or to present the aspects which are unknown to you.
After about ten minutes she was dressed properly. Madan was smiling. He pulled her into his arms and this time she did not resist.
“You will never do it again, you have promised, Madan,” she said to him.
“Yes, Memsahib, I know that you will call me. I am sure you will call me,” said he.
The story of the novel revolves around a young girl named Tita. Pedro is her lover, but she continues to long her entire life to marry him. Unfortunately, they are never married because Tita’s mother upholds the family tradition of the youngest daughter not marrying but taking care of her mother until the mother passes away.
I have noticed many times that whenever I enter the room while my husband and Mehta happen to be drinking, Mehta begins to stare at me. I give him a smile, just out of courtesy because he is my husband’s boss. I see that he feels very happy when I give him a smile.
Toru Watanabe is the narrator of the story. The story is told from the first person perspective. The narrator goes back to his past and describes the days while he had been living as a college student in Tokyo, Japan.
As the story opens, all of these characters are or will be enrolled in the same English class. Having joined that English class, all of them believe that they are unique and they have their special thoughts and ideas with them, but it does not prove to be so.
The titular character Parvana is the protagonist of the novel. She is only an eleven years old girl, but the adverse circumstances faced by the family compel her to become the breadwinner for the family in a war-torn region, dominated by the Taliban, in Afghanistan.
With the arrival of the aliens, utopia begins on Earth and it continues for several decades. The Earth is indirectly ruled by the aliens. However, the utopia comes at the cost of human identity and culture.
When the book was first published, it was very well received both by critics and readers across the country. Baldwin’s eloquent and lyrical writing was particularly admired by the critics and scholars.
The book’s revised edition was published in 1942. The story revolves around four orphan children named Henry, Jessie, Violet, and Benny. These children make a home for themselves in an abandoned boxcar in the forest.
The book had a complex publication history. For the 1923 edition of the book, the author had selected six prove vignettes composed by Ezra Pound. Eventually, in the following year, the author added twelve vignettes more in the edition that was printed in Paris.
The book tells the story of the central character Esperanza Cordero. She happens to be a young Latina girl. The novel portrays her life growing up in Chicago with Chicanos and Puerto Ricans. Esperanza eventually determines to leave her impoverished Latino neighborhood.
It was the first book written and published by the author and journalist Ron Suskind. The book presents the biographical account of the life of Cedric Jennings during his last years in high school and initial years in college.
Although the book has been written in the third person, the major part of the story is presented from the perspective of Niel Herbert, who happens to grow up in Sweet Water. He is the witness to the decline of Mrs. Forrester. He feels very deeply for the lost lady.
Ayn Rand is a Russian-American novelist. Through this novel, she gave her first statement against Communism. The author mentions in the foreword that “We the Living” was the closest she would ever come to writing an autobiography.
Several critics admired the first half of the novel. The first half of the novel mainly describes the childhoods of Maggie and Tom Tulliver. Most of the critics did not like the second half and the ending of The Mill on the Floss.
The American edition of the novel was published in 1794. It proved to be a highly successful novel and it instantly became a bestseller. Up to the present time, the novel has gone through more than two hundred editions in America.
Equiano was a former slave. The book describes his time that he had spent in enslavement. He had begun to study the Bible, attempting to free himself from the clutches of slavery. He was eventually successful in gaining independence and success in business.
The book describes the interactions among certain individuals who are both gifted and flawed. The interactions among those individuals had very greatly influenced the early development of the United States of America.
The book was on the Best Seller List of the New York Times and the Texas Bluebonnet Award Master List. The book won Maine Student Book Award, Vermont’s Dorothy Canfield Fisher Children’s Book Award, Mark Twain Award, and Nene Award in the years 2014 and 2015.
Charles Smithson is the central character of ‘The French Lieutenant’s Woman.” The novel explores his fraught relationship with the former governess Sarah Woodruff. Charles happens to be a gentleman and amateur naturalist, and Sarah is an independent woman. He falls in love with her.
Mark Joseph Salzman, the author of “Lying Awake” was born on 3rd of December 1959 in Greenwich, Connecticut, USA. This American writer is widely known for his immensely popular and widely read memoir “Iron & Silk.”
Most of the plays written by Henrik Ibsen present a scathing commentary on the nineteenth century morality. The present play is also one such play. The play investigates the issues such as religion, venereal diseases, incest, and euthanasia.
The story moves around the adventures of Phileas Fogg of London and his newly employed French valet Passepartout. They try to go around the world in eighty days on a twenty thousand pounds wager. It was set by Fogg’s friends at the Reform Club.
Sir Percy Blakeney is the title character. He happens to be a very rich English fop. He becomes a very formidable swordsman and an expert escape artist. He is the one who rescues several French noblemen from the French tribunal and the fury of the masses in Paris.
Quentin “Q” Jacobsen is the protagonist of the novel. He searches his childhood love and neighbor Margo Roth Spiegelman. Ben, Radar, and Lacey are Quentin’s friends. Having completed their search of missing Margo, they find out more about the real Margo.
The book’s title has been derived from a poem written by William Wordsworth. The poem is presented at the beginning of the novel. The author had very extensively researched the relations between the Native Indians and the white during the eighteenth century in Ohio and Pennsylvania.
The updated style guide is wonderful. I can assert that even a layman can format books if he is ready to read the instructions carefully and in steps, without ever trying to be over-smart,for I was in my initial adventures with the earlier guide and I had to resubmit books five or six times. But now I have been able to send more than hundred books to the premium catalog.
Mr. Mark Coker and his team do care for the author, publishers, and the readers.
All the best.
I would like to dwell upon one significant thing and that is the fluent and smooth style of Guido Mattioni. The lines seem to be compelling the reader to softly and silently move along because the description is simply mesmerizing. I felt as if I were gently introduced to another America, a kind of absorbing panorama. Hats off to Guido Mattioni. A gem of a literary creation. Very rare to come across in this fast paced otherwise insipid world of literature which is so much deteriorated with all that crap which is published in the name of Literature.
If you are sick of reading the usual stuff, this book will touch you like lulling zephyr.
This is a must read for the indie authors, for Marks' experience is invaluable and he has always shared it with authors and publishers. His selfless devotion and guidance to the indie authors is widely appreciated and recognized.
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Yet another Guide book by Mark Coker, a warrior in his own style.