I'm a 23 year old, straight man who has recently fallen in love with contemporary romance novels and I think that it is important for other men to try them as well. Here's why.

I didn't know quite where else to discuss this, but I needed to get off this my chest and felt this would be a supportive community. In recent months, I have felt increasingly down and depressed due to being closeted indoors, as many of us did due to COVID-19. Days melded together and genuine human connection had become next to impossible as everything went virtual. For an introvert, like myself, I was able to cope with isolation better than most, but I still craved something deep and emotional that I could not easily achieve. This led me down the path to try my first romance novel, specifically a book called The Kiss Quotient, and I fell in love nearly instantly.

Like many men, I have been taught by society that we should generally suppress significant displays of emotion and let actions speak louder than words. This can be seen in nearly every form of media/entertainment focused on male audiences from books, movies, and TV all the way to advertisements. I would always find my

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There is a lot of talks recently about herd immunity. However, I read that smallpox just killed 400'000 people/year before the vaccine, even with strategies like inoculation. Why natural herd immunity didn' work? Why would the novel coronavirus be any different?
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(Spoilers Main) TIL that George RR Martin's A Storm of Swords lost the 2001 Hugo Award for Best Novel to Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire. His response? "Eat your heart out, Rowling. Maybe you have billions of dollars and my Hugo, but you don't have readers like these." en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A_Sโ€ฆ
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Me with my biggest accomplishment -- having my graphic novel sold on the shelves with the big boys.
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The Twisted ones but they're based on the novel's descriptions rather than the official art (Details in comments)
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My personal "stages of writing a novel"... what's yours?

Each time I write a novel, I go through several stages. Something along these lines.

  1. Excitement over a new story idea.
  2. A slow struggle to kick things off and find my footing in the new story.
  3. Some solid writing productivity through the first 20% to 30% of the story.
  4. A real sense of panic that the story is entirely inadequate to carry an entire novel.
  5. I'M A COMPLETE FRAUD AS AN AUTHOR!
  6. A long slog through the middle of the book.
  7. Excitement as I figure out how to bring it to a conclusion mingled with a disappointment that it isn't all that much.
  8. A first read of the finished draft in which I'm surprised at how much I enjoy it.

I'm in step 4 right now with my current WIP and thinking of skipping right over to step 5...

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My 16 year old brother wrote a novel and his school paid to have it published.
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paralleltext.io - Improve your knowledge of a foreign language by reading a classic novel in two languages. Translations are line by line and there is digitized speech available. paralleltext.io/
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TIL of Trish Vickers, a blind author who wrote 26 pages of her first novel without realising her pen had run out of ink. The local police force used their forensic lab to find the missing words, and the book was published on the day of her death. bbc.co.uk/news/uk-englandโ€ฆ
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Every dystopian YA novel
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A novel I wrote is getting made into a series!

I'm ridiculously happy.

It only happened because I made Barnes&Nobels' top horror of the year, which got me noticed by producers. I've had a few people approach me and my agent, and I ended up going with Jesse James Films.

I've had a few chats with them and Stephen Susco, and I'm so stoked for their vision for it.

I know it's going to be a long process, but the day I see my work adapted on screen is going to be one of those huge leaps in my life :D

Edit because I forgot to include a link to the announcement (can you tell I'm excited haha): https://deadline.com/2020/05/jesse-murphy-james-sears-bryant-jesse-james-films-1202937164/

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TIL Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev pressured writer Boris Pasternak to decline a Nobel Prize for Literature, after publishing his banned novel Doctor Zhivago. After retirement, Khrushchev obtained a copy of the novel and stated, "We shouldn't have banned it. I should have read it myself." en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nikโ€ฆ
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Recommendation request: novels containing Celtic mythology and the Fair Folk

I've been reading Holly Black's novels lately, and they have me itching for more quality stories about Celtic mythology. I've tried finding other books, but most of them are romance novels focusing on a hot fairy love triangle (no offense if you like romance novels, it's just not what I'm into). I'd rather read about selkies and the dark trickster fae who can't touch salt or iron and will enchant you to do horrible things just because it amuses them.

In essence, I'm looking for books that draw heavily from the original Irish/Scottish/Welsh lore while also doing its own interesting things with it. I'm willing to read either YA or adult, so long as it's a good story

Edit: Holy cow you nerds came through! I was hoping to get maybe four or five recommendations before this post got buried. Thanks a ton everyone, a bunch of these titles sound really interesting and I know I have good reading in front of me for years to come

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Prepper List that I found from a Zombie Survival Guide (novel)

I found this guide while reading an apocalyptic fiction book.

I realized that itโ€™s a good enough basic list of what one needs if planning to self-isolate somewhere. That can be in your own fortified home, a walled-off property, or in a rural area thatโ€™s off the grid.

Now, the quantities of which (especially for food and water) should be computed based on the estimated number of days youโ€™re planning to isolate yourself. Better yet, prep to be self-sustaining that will provide for you for an indefinite period of time.

And if relocating, make sure you have enough supplies to last you until you can manage to reach a self-sustaining state.

#SUPPLIES LIST

  • Water, three quarts per day, for cooking and washing
  • Hand-pumped water filter and replacement filters
  • Cistern for collecting rainwater
  • Iodine and/or purification tablets
  • Canned food, three cans per day (better if containing liquid)
  • Portable electric stoves
  • Advanced medical kit (field-surgery implements and antibiotics)
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Modern novels that you expect to be future classics?
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Those of us wanting that novel series will have to wait a little longer :(
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Can a 15 yr old write a novel?

I have to write a 60k word novel. Itโ€™s a mystery/crime fiction. It traces the inner depths of the human cranium. With the question what crime needs and what it gives to the society? U can understand that crime is the driving force of this novel it is personified. Also I have written over 15k words or say 6 chapters of the novel. Is anyone interested to critique My writing Also I am a 15 yr old and I write on ms word Do I have a future ahead with this idea

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My parents don't allow me to write my novel. What should I do?

I have already had this fantastic idea in my head and written bullet points down. I began to write when I'm bored during social distancing. I'm currently writing the first draft of near 40,000 words (hoping to reach >60,000). But the thing is, my country has removed all its social-distancing policies (since no one has been getting ill recently) and I am back to school. Now, both my dad and mom, who are the typical Asian parents, heavily disagree of me continuing writing the novel. They think I should be entirely focusing on my schoolwork and stop "playing around", which includes writing the novel. I really regret this because (1) I have never reached this far; (2) I am very inspired right now; and (3) I'm at the end of high school so not much work to do.

Please help! I don't know what to do except writing when they're not around or sneak very late at night as it felt kinda wrong and what if they caught me white-handed? I can't abandon my novel because I have already poured my heart

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Science Discussion Series: Weโ€™re scientists from UCSF and Roche studying how the novel coronavirus attacks healthy cells and what drugs could stop COVID-19 in its tracks. Letโ€™s discuss!

Hi reddit! Weโ€™re an international team of researchers working to understand the microbiology of how the novel coronavirus infects and takes over healthy cells, in order to interrupt the infection and transmission processes with drugs.

The Krogan Lab at UCSF has already identified more than 300 human proteins that interact with SARS-CoV-2 during infection, and created an โ€œinteractomeโ€ showing how human proteins cooperate with viral ones. Blocking these interactions may prevent the virus from making copies of itself, thereby slowing down both infection and transmission.

On todayโ€™s panel we have:

Nevan Krogan, PhD: Iโ€™m a professor and the director of the Quantitative Biosciences Institute (QBI) at UCSF and a Senior Investigator at the Gladstone Institutes. I led the work to create the SARS-CoV-2 interactome and assembled the QBI Coronavirus Research Group (QCRG), which includes hundreds of scientists from around the world. My research focuses on developing and using unbiased, qu

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How do I withstand and continue to write at the 'boring' part in my novel?

I have this struggle whenever I'm writing transition part of a scene to another scene, I get easily bored and end up procrastinate. How do I withstand through this and how do I juice it up? Is there any mental state you guys have whenever you reach the voting part of the novel?

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โ€œI Have No Ideology. My Ideology Is Healthโ€: Dr. Anthony Fauci on the Tactics of Dealing With the Novel Coronavirus vanityfair.com/news/2020/โ€ฆ
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Have a question about the 2019 novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV)? Ask us here!

On Thursday, January 30, 2020, the World Health Organization declared that the new coronavirus epidemic now constitutes a public health emergency of international concern. A majority of cases are affecting people in Hubei Province, China, but additional cases have been reported in at least two dozen other countries. This new coronavirus is currently called the โ€œ2019 novel coronavirusโ€ or โ€œ2019-nCoVโ€.

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TIL That in 1917, 7 years after Mark Twain's death, two spiritualist mediums claimed that Twainโ€™s ghost had dictated them a new novel via Ouija Board. The novel was published, received very poor reviews and the book publisher was prosecuted by the Twain estate. splinternews.com/how-markโ€ฆ
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Well that's a novel way of eating spaghetti...
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Iโ€™m Jeremy Szal, and my debut novel STORMBLOOD launches today. Ask Me Anything!

Hey, Reddit!

My name is Jeremy Szal and I am many things. A drinker of gin, a resident of Down Under, a lover of cinema and black coffee, but most importantly: Iโ€™m a science-fiction and fantasy author. Iโ€™ve published some short stories over the years, and edited the Hugo-winning StarShipSofa up until 2020. STORMBLOOD is my debut novel, and is the first of a trilogy in the Common series. Itโ€™s a character-driven, dark space opera/space fantasy about the DNA of extinct aliens thatโ€™s used as a drug, making people permanently addicted to adrenaline. Stuff gets messy, and messy fast. Itโ€™s best described as Mass Effect 2 and Blade Runner 2049 meets the Red Rising series. So far, reviewers agree (and not because I have them chained in my basement). I wrote it when I was 21, and Iโ€™m delighted to say itโ€™s coming out today on June 4 from Gollancz/Orion, and available to grab from

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ACTUAL LORE?? Official Overwatch Novel: The Hero of Numbani playoverwatch.com/en-us/nโ€ฆ
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Canon JoJo is just a 'Regular Adventure' in comparison to the Jorge Joestar novel
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Getting into Light Novels!
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TIL Mary Shelley, the inventor of the Sci-fi genre with her 1818 novel โ€˜Frankensteinโ€™ also invented the Post-Apocalyptic Plague genre with her 1826 novel, โ€˜The Last Man.โ€™ smithsonianmag.com/smart-โ€ฆ
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Study of smokers and vapers (n=123) showed that vaping creates unique changes to the oral microbiome. It causes oral bacteria to create a "slime-cloak" that can trigger an immune response and could potentially lead to novel mouth diseases. inverse.com/mind-body/vapโ€ฆ
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Robert Downey Jr. to produce an adaptation of Jeff Lemireโ€™s graphic novel Sweet Tooth for Netflix twitter.com/robertdowneyjโ€ฆ
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Even if you test negative for COVID-19, assume you have it, experts say: Conventional diagnostic tests for the novel coronavirus may give false-negative results about 30% of the time livescience.com/covid19-cโ€ฆ
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A NOT cheesy Sci Fi or Fantasy novel and/or series? Or a good, not cheesy love story?

Just finished the Harry Potter series, and I loved how it transported me to another world without feeling like children's stories, even though that's how it started out. I'm not asking for books like Harry Potter (because I think it would just disappoint), but other Sci Fi or Fantasy novels that can "transport you" without being cheesy or aimed at pre teen boys. I also don't really like YA novels (because I usually find them kind of,well, cheesy). Or also, just a good, honest love story between two imperfect people. Any help is much appreciated! :) Edit: thanks for all the suggestions! Will definitely be checking these out

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My observations reading chinese martial arts cultivation novels..

Female protagonist:

- Jade like...

- Twin peaks

- Cultivates some sort of ice art

- Jade like...

- Temperament

- Is op but basically doesn't do anything useful despite being as strong or stronger than MC for most of novel

- Jade like...

- Has some sort of issue that only the MC can solve/sort

Male protagonist:

- Cultivates some sort of fire/heat/yang attribute art

- Asura/Slaughter path/demonic

- Gets a "lucky" opportunity at beginning

- Is able to transcend tiers in battle

- Has ridonkulous cultivation speed and likes to hide it for some reason

- Practices alchemy and is op at it, everyone is shocked at how he is so young and can do it.

- People advise him to focus on alchemy but he wants to pursue the "Martial Dao"

- Every single hot chick eventually wants to hook up with him

- Has the motto to treat people well who are kind and kill everyone else who doesn't immediately bend over backwards for him

- Heavenly tribulations

- Cultivates a combin

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Fantasy novels that don't draw on European mythology

Basically I'm looking for books that don't use European fantasy tropes but draw on influences from Asia, India, Pacific islander, Aboriginal Australian, African, or pre colonial American mythologies.

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We're gonna finish the development of our novel this month - please, wish us good luck ^_^
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Started reading light novels 3 months ago, here is a pic of my collection
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[Lore]Sir Kay & Sir Lancelot monologues + Rhongomyniad from Garden of Avalon(2015) Light Novel written by Kinoko Nasu

from Garden of Avalon Light Novel

###Sir Kay

I donโ€™t like old stories. In particular, I donโ€™t like other peopleโ€™s old stories. Just what is so entertaining about having to listen to others brag about themselves? Iโ€™d rather swim with salmon if I had the time for that. No, Iโ€™m not saying I like salmon. If I have to swim, it is with a woman, and she better be a fine one at that. If all you want is to listen to me talk though, I will bear with it a bit. This is my attempt at what the poets do. With practice, it would be of use when wooing a woman who is not all there.

Five years; that was the age that we became family. Not my age, hers. I knew when I first laid eyes on her that her that she would be a beauty, but then my old man said to guide her as if she were my brother, and thatโ€™s how I decided to see her. I didnโ€™t think there was any chance in hell it could be kept a secret though.

King Uther was a man above other m

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Stephen King Is Sorry You Feel Like You're Stuck In A Stephen King Novel npr.org/2020/04/08/829298โ€ฆ
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If you're looking for something (like anime, manga, light novels, etc) ask here in the WCIF (Where can I find) Megathread! || Second Edition

##Remember if you don't follow the thread rules. You will be unable to get help.

  • Rule 1: All comments must begin with WCIF (Where can I find) or (NLFA) Not looking for anything. NLFA/WCIF is not required when replying to another comment.

  • Rule 2: You should include a MyAnimeList link of what you're looking for as it makes it much much easier to help you.

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  • Rule 4: No direct links. If you post a fake link, you will be banned.

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Here you go animesite.xyz/watch_direct/anime/ep1

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You can find it on animesite.xyz!
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Visual Novel Publishers struggle to get their games approved to be sold on Steam as Valve's rules on what gets to be on Steam keeps being inconsistent. twitter.com/DistantValhalโ€ฆ
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Pressure grows on China for independent investigation into pandemicโ€™s origins; China is facing growing pressure from national governments and international organizations to open its doors to an independent, international investigation into the origins of the novel coronavirus sciencemag.org/news/2020/โ€ฆ
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Pangolins may have incubated the novel coronavirus, gene study shows cnn.com/2020/05/29/healthโ€ฆ
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What fantasy novels did you find surprisingly uplifting?
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Octavia Estelle Butler with her mother, 1951. This little girl would become the only Sci-Fi writer to receive the MacArthur Fellowship - or 'genius grant' - in 1995 for her work in the genre. Perhaps best known for her 'Patternmaster' (1976) series of books and the novel Kindred (1979).
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Help! Writing a novel with Houston as a setting. Need some input on the downtown tunnel system.

I appreciate this is probably an unusual post for this forum, but I'm writing a novel which opens in Houston. I've been to the city, but don't know it well, and obviously can't travel right now (and I live on the other side of the world), and want to ensure I have a good degree of authenticity in case any of you good folks ever end up reading it and feel like throwing the book across the room in disgust. I've been walking around the streets of downtown in VR (thanks, Wander) but can't get a good feel for the tunnels.

My sense is that today they are mostly "mall-like", with some eating/coffee zones but mostly just connectors. Air-conditioned, apart from a few patches.

The timing of my story is a few decades from now, and my characters are using the tunnel system to try and get to City Hall. I'm imagining that due to repeated flooding (potentially sea floods) the tunnels are now disused. They are pumped out, but it's now crazy hot and dark down there.

I essentially have the character

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Beowulf graphic novel is an untapped gold mine
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Gigan's transition from organic beast to cyborg monstrosity. (From the Novel "The MechaGodzilla Project)
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Novel Content
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Finished my first novel

I recently just finished reading my first novel. After studying Murakami Haruki in English, it's been a goal of my for a while to be able to read one of his works in Japanese. Since reading a whole novel would a long, intimidating process, I opted first to try to read one of his short story collections.

After around two months of scattered reading, I finally managed to finish "็ฅžใฎๅญใฉใ‚‚ใŸใกใฏใฟใช่ธŠใ‚‹" ็Ÿญ็ทจๅฐ่ชฌ้›†. While it's just a small step to be able to read some of Japan's literary classics, I'm glad I was finally able to read one in their original language.

While there were times I felt a bit lost,due to both the difficulty of the language and inherent slipperiness of his works, after finishing each story I felt like I could properly grasp the themes of the story. Finishing the book, I felt like I was able to understand the links between them, and the cohesive message the author was trying to impart.

I'm moving on to another of his short story collections, ๅฅณใฎใ„ใชใ„็”ทใŸใก, and I'm going to try to fini

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MephedrEne, a novel stimulant RC with bicyclic structure and a bridging peroxide group, purportedly similar to 4-FA and 4-MMC

It has apparently been made and tested for the first time, and is announced for release. The structure is really interesting, very dissimilar to the phenethylamines we're used to. It contains no nitrogen and has a bridging peroxide group between two opposite carbons of a cyclohexene ring.

IUPAC name is 2,3-dioxabicyclo[2.2.2]oct-5-ene.

I've found that the structure is similar to the monoterpenoid ascaridole, which has two additional substituents (that's why mephedrene is also called norascaridole) and, as per Wikipedia, is used as an anthelmintic (to expel parasitic worms) and in Mexican cuisine.

I'm making this thread to set a starting point in discussion and documentation about what may be a promising new compound. (There are no studies or trip reports yet.)

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Iโ€™m disappointed with several of the Primarch names, to the point of distraction while reading some novels.

I am new to 40k (and therefore this subreddit), so I hope this isnโ€™t a repeated discussion (if so, I apologize), but goodness the Primarch names are whack. I had the thought when originally becoming familiar with their names (Angron, Mortarion, and Sanguinius are obvious examples), but I dismissed those qualms as fantasy tropic techniques until I began reading Fulgrim. The titular Primarch has a pretty decent name imo, but the secondary Primarch of that book, Ferrus Manus, not so much. I caught the โ€œironโ€ bit at first and thought it was nifty. Then I read the description of Manus, the Primarch of the Iron Hands, who has iron hands, and I recalled back to 7th grade English, learning too many prefixes and suffixes. It donned on me. The Primarch of the Iron Hands, that has iron hands, is named some derivation of iron hands, and I canโ€™t be happier with where Fulgrim is headed because of it.

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Here an update to my manga/light novel collection
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"My Silly Life" visual novel.
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Prosthetic Cosmetic iris implants are a novel way to change eye color but they often need to be explanted because unfortunately, they cause a UGH (Uveitis Glaucoma Hyphema) syndrome. (Technique described in comments) v.redd.it/pijgsto8yi151
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Japanese murder mystery visual novel starterpack
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Researchers have engineered a novel type of supercapacitor that remains fully functional even when stretched to eight times its original size. It does not exhibit any wear and tear from being stretched repeatedly and loses only a few percentage points of energy performance after 10,000 cycles. pratt.duke.edu/about/newsโ€ฆ
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Our President Donald J. Trump Swore an Oath to Toaru Majutsu no Index Light Novels
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Official Overwatch Novel: The Hero of Numbani playoverwatch.com/en-us/nโ€ฆ
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๐Ÿ”ฅ Valais Blacknose sheep look like magical faceless creatures from a fantasy novel
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You know that novel you've never written, what is it about?
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