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7 Days and Counting goes binary

The kindle edition of the novel, 7 Days and Counting, is now available at Amazon US/UK/EU. The eBook includes all the paperback edition illustrations, except the translucent bookmark, featuring a piece of art by Eevamaija Poijärvi. What the kindle edition lacks in touch … Continue reading

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Calendar 2,3,5,7,11,13,17,19,23

“What would I do without you?” – “Grow up?” from 7 Days and Counting. More quotes at facebook.com/TheFrictionist

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Kapok stocks 7 Days and Counting

My newly released novel, 7 Days and Counting, is available at the Kapok online store with free world-wide shipping. Stock pile at kapok on sun street Address: 3 Sun Street, Wan Chai, Hong Kong  

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7 Days and Counting Book Launch Party

The story begins on Saturday, October 27th at Kapok on Sun Street. Hosted by: Frictionist & Kapok When: Sat 27.10.2012 5pm-7pm Where: 3 Sun Street, Wanchai, Hong Kong RSVP: Facebook or publisher@frictionist.com

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7 Days and Counting to be released on Saturday, 27.10.2012

Over twenty Informal Editors from Finland, UK, Japan, Belgium, US, Australia and Hong Kong helped to refine 7 DAYS AND COUNTING that reads like a modern romance, unfolds like a mystery and at the end opens up for interpretation. Now the polished … Continue reading

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Sullied solids

The most famous word in Shakespeare’s Hamlet is the one we don’t know, the adjective omitted here: O, that this too too          flesh would melt, Thaw and resolve itself into a dew, Or that the everlasting … Continue reading

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7 Days and Counting receives a Literary Arts Grant from HKADC

It is official. 7 Days and Counting has been awarded a Literary Arts Grant by Hong Kong Arts Development Council. My first novel will be published in 2012. This would not have been possible without the help of the Informal … Continue reading

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In the Digital Desk Drawer: The Shy Star

Are you looking for a children’s story that has something for the adults as well? A short story set in Hong Kong Park you happily read again and again even if your children become obsessed with it? Take a peek … Continue reading

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Schiff’s Backstage Tour of Cleopatra

Despite the unpleasant coating of the cover, akin to toad skin, I could not put down Stacy Schiff’s entertaining biography Cleopatra A Life. To avoid parting with the fascinating metropolis that was Alexandria, and the larger than life single-mother-queen-goddess of … Continue reading

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Biography Trapped in Steve Job’s Reality Distortion Field

Walter Isaacson has written once again a biography for the masses, wrapped in a pretty high gloss dust jacket, that could have come straight from the Apple design factory, featuring Steve Jobs on front and back. The book was not … Continue reading

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