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Would you want to read this? Topic: How to write a thank you note to my sister
July 21, 2019 / By Bevis
Question: I never thought this would happen. Just in general, let alone to me. I can't believe in stuff like this, I never have. I mean, jeez, I stopped believing in God and magic when my sister began her shallow attempts to kill me. I found out the tooth fairy and Santa were fake when I was six because my sister brutally beat me and told me they weren't real. What's going on? I thought I left childish beliefs like this behind when I was young. I thought I knew what the real world was when I was young because I knew the pain of being left out and abandoned by everyone. Even my parents. This...this isn't real. I won't believe that this is what I am. No. Never. Nothing can change my pain, so how can someone contradict everything I've gone through by saying ludicrous nonsense like this? I always knew I was different, I got that from the part where I've never had any friends, but this...this is total bullshit. No... I won't believe this...but...the evidence that it's truthful...it's solid. ^^This is that thing that authors put on the back of the book to make the readers interested and curious. Tell me, are you? NOTE: This is not about me. So don't think that my sister actually abuses me, I don't even have one. Thanks for the feedback everyone, even if it wasn't positive criticism, which I take everything you said in. Be sure to acknowledge that this is only my first draft of the blurb. Thanks everyone.
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Abnur Abnur | 8 days ago
The idea itself sounds like it could be really cool...I love books where the person finds out they have powers or are not human! but this definitely isn't how the description thingies on books are written! Do it in 3rd person and include a bit more of the info from the story so people have an idea of what the book is about. The amount of rambling thinking in this would turn me off to a book. Be more concise! I don't think people want to read a person thinking the same thought over and over again just worded differently. Sorry if I said this meanly! You could do a small quote from the book and have it on the back cover separate from the actual blurb though. Just less ramble-y!
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Abnur Originally Answered: Is it more difficult learning to read Chinese, or Japanese? Which language is the hardest to read?
Manadrin Chinese uses simplified Chinese, which is different than what Japan uses. Cantonese Chinese uses the same kind of kanji that Japan does. There are some differences, but it's mostly the same. Also, Chinese letters have the same reading every time, unlike how Kanji are read in Japanese. They're both pretty difficult and I'm not sure which is easier. Arabic or Thai are pretty hard languages to learn to read from what I hear.
Abnur Originally Answered: Is it more difficult learning to read Chinese, or Japanese? Which language is the hardest to read?
adding to fakeuserid51: Charaters of Cantonese Chinese (Traditional Chinese writing system) or Mandarin Chinese (Simplified Chinese writing system) would be read the same, but put into different context would mean differently. eg 女 to generalise female is pronounced as neui in Cantonese or nu in Mandarin, and will always be read as such even if it's combined with another character to make a new word eg 女孩 pronounced as 'neui hai' in Cantonese or 'nu hai' in Mandarin, and the meaning is 'girl'. In Japanese the 女 on its own is 'onna' (same meaning to Chinese), but with other characters eg 女子(joshi - means girl) the 女 is 'jo'; 女神 (megami - means goddess) the character is 'me'; 女人(nyonin - means woman but is not widely used) the character is 'nyo' My first language is English, second being Cantonese Chinese and almost third is Japanese (not quite fluent yet ^^") I found Japanese a lot easier to learn than Chinese, and sadly to say I enjoyed it more than learning Chinese that I'm now actually rather rubbish at it compared to when I was a kid XD The Japanese alphabet was easy to take on and the pronounciation was easy to grasp. In my mom's words 'Japanese requires less tongue-rolling than Chinese' lol As soon as you read out the romaji, without any knowledge of Japanese, you're nearly there at pronouncing like a native, but when it comes to reading the pinyin (romanisation of Mandarin Chinese) you'd be far from it if you don't know how to pronounce q or x or z. Same for Cantonese Chinese. Mandarin is more popular among the Chinese dialects, so if you were to learn Chinese then learn that, but learn the Traditional writing system as most Chinese natives can read it even if they do speak Mandarin.

Sloane Sloane
Hmm. No however I think that if you change the way it's written such as language, words etc it would sound more interesting. I mean I think the story you are trying to write could potentially be really interesting. However I feel you should improve a little on your writing skills so it's more intriguing. Also it's called a blurb. :P Good luck :)
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Pollie Pollie
Neither a book flap nor the beginning of a story will have the rattlings of someone's mind. Start the story with something happening that will pique the readers curiosity and make them want to read more.
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Pollie Originally Answered: Stuck in this negative spiral (long read but please read, i'm greatly in need of help)?
dude i totally feel u.... i dropped out of hs as a sophomore because i ****** up that yr because we moved cities nd i hung out with the fag nd nerdy group, so i had no reason to even wake up in the mourning... i did online **** for 1 yr nd it was a waste of time... ever since i moved out to where i live its been quite depressing, however i made it through 1st semester by thinking i could go back to other city if i take bus in the mourning or something.... however i obviously didnt do that, so i just dropped out.... then i got me ged jr yr to work a shitty *** job... but i always lived on knowing that i can nd will b a great person that will make a difference... ppl always have better things then u because if u didnt start out on top, u probably wont b.... anyways, my life currently sucks... i havent asked anyone to a date in yrs because i feel so bad about myself, i never hang out with ppl that respect me, im going to most likely b a complete failure nd waste of talent.... however that doesnt stop me from trying to improve my life because ive wailed in self pity for 2.5 yrs nd that hasnt gotten me anywhere..... to boost up self confidence i would advise volunteer work, then doing what u do best nd own it... then get a job, doesnt matter what as long as u have constant communication with ppl especially the opposite sex....then enroll in a community college for ur aa or whatever, or just take a class to communicate with ppl..... i put myself in this mess, so i have to dig myself out... the same goes for u man...

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