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  • Most of the HR referred to her as Cyn .

    I think her user name before was Cyncycc. . . something with those letters. And an 'l' somewhere, I think.

    Am I happy in life? Unfortunately, no. Last year was a full personal year that I wished had started and developed differently.

    My congratulations to your marriage!

    Yes, creative life. . . it's a path and dimension that I'm always aware of for constant negotiation with my 'formal/professional' life.

    Do take care! And once again, congratulations!
    Currently engaged with PhD funding applications. Then next, PhD applications. And then, conference paper submissions.

    I'll be at a university participating on a panel about Women & Comics. I have a paper being published in a journal this month (supposedly). Next year, I'll be presenting in Chicago at an academic conference. So, busy as an academic. As a creative writer, not much done. Have a publication I edited and contributed to, which needs funding.

    As for the news --

    One of our own HR members, Cynthia (TekJounin) unfortunately passed away due to anaphylactic shock from a bee sting.

    http://www.narutoforums.com/showthread.php?t=844818
    I remember your art. I see you are one of the many people that hasn't been here for ages. Kind of sad.
    Verex, i'm a new member here. I've seen your work, your portfolio, and I must say you're a great example of some genuine inspiration. I only hope you continue to develop and progress as you have.
    And I, as well, thank you. :33 Can't wait to watch this Gintama movie. :yay
    Hey sweets ^^

    I did not get it back yet and some noob-mod is trolling me whilst I'm merely trying to resolve the issue, I would appreciate some help ;/

    I made a complaint/request to resolve this issue in the staff room.
    "The Life of Charlotte Bronte" is a Victorian biography of the author of Jane Eyre. Very, very long. I like reading biographies of creative artists. That, and this book is one of the leftover books I haven't finished from the previous semester.

    "Preventing Genocide" is what it is, a monograph on the subject of genocide and how to prevent it. Reading it out of my own interest.

    Rudyard Kipling is the author of "The Jungle Book". That said, he's fantastic with horror and fantasy. The foreword of the book I have is written by Neil Gaiman, who himself was influenced by Rudyard Kipling's stories.

    I've heard of all the books you mentioned except for Sookie Stackhouse. Of them all, I hope to start and finish the Song of Ice and Fire series before graduate school starts.

    On the story I wrote, as I mentioned at the beginning, it was inspired by the Buddhist stories of my childhood. In fact, it's the stories from the "The Love of Life" book that I mentioned in my Ask thread. IIRC, you asked that question about said book, which books I'd keep if my house was on fire.

    Ah, design. Curious, how are the clients and the commissions you had thus far?
    What a pleasant surprise.

    I'm currently reading through a biography (The Life of Charlotte Bronte by Elizabeth Gaskell); a non-fiction book (Preventing Genocide); and an anthology of Rudyard Kipling's short stories.

    I've been busy with writing nowadays.

    stories & photographs by You-Know-Who

    How have you been?

    And how is reading and art for you?
    I've been busy indeed, as you can tell from the following two linked threads.

    Have you seen the Swedish film adaptations of Larsson's books?

    A Hollywood adaptation of the first book is coming out this December.

    Ender's Game. . . another story I've yet to read.

    Also, where to start with Amélie Nothomb's works?
    2011's greetings, miss.

    How have you been?

    I like Larsson's Milennium stories, the third sitting on my bookshelf pending reading. A pity that Larsson died before his 4th and even 5th books were done.

    Once I'm done with them, I'll be tracking down Am?lie Nothomb works, unless I get derailed by mandatory course texts again.

    Thank you for your suggestions earlier last year.

    I hope you've been well.
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