金瓶梅, Jin Ping Mei, or The Plum in the Golden Vase, also translated as The Golden Lotus is a Chinese naturalistic novel composed in vernacular Chinese (Wu dialect) during the late Ming Dynasty (1368 – 1644). It is written by 蘭陵笑笑生, “The Scoffing Scholar of Lanling”, a pseudonym, and his identity is otherwise unknown. Earliest versions of the […]

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Clickety-clack down the track, here I come to turn on your supersonic track to bring you to a cool fairyland you’ve never been before. Give me one finger click KINDLE ME: http://www.amazon.com/Butterfly-classic-fan-shape-illustrations-ebook/dp/B006P2OBMK. Don’t tell me you are old school. It’s New Year, new sun, new toilet and why not new school. I love you love […]

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Body language, signs, signals, non-verbals, you need them but quite often they don’t need you. Now I have two more extras to make you feel confused: the O’Yang typeface + 26 leg hair from Tokyo. In my recently published novel Butterfly, the following dialogue takes place between my Doctor and his patient. …Reigan smiles, raising a triumphant voice: […]

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