Love of coming age that takes you through a swift but promising ride filled with true love and romance. Linda, the protagonist is a perfect reflection of her mother at 27. From the SouthFair, She moves to a small town of Gladstone with her family. Her spirits at awe and roar of imagination with high hopes for meeting the love of her life, Linda’s heart is torn into million pieces.
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Well, having made 500 posts in 2 years, I am thankful for all those who took time to stop by and say hello. Some of you encouraged me to write, explore my inner soul and the zeal to share it all with you everyday made me who I am today.
Although I started blogging with the sole motive to share only the work of authors and mine, I began writing and sharing my quotes, any piece of information that caught my interest and pictures that have had real impact on me.
I have enjoyed every moment and I believe now is the time to show enormous amount of gratitude to you all.
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Writers see a different picture altogether when it comes to why we write a book or why do we wish that it does good in the market.
While I was on a holiday, I was wondering if anyone was reading my book at all? There is no blunt way to explain the fear that transcends at that point and haunts you for a while. Nevertheless, Trust me, It is the doorway to freedom for every author.
When I first began writing, folks around me suggested to get paperback copies straight away and pay some bucks to post in few groups which might help my book get some exposure. I never did and I don’t regret for not doing it either.
I started blogging and that’s when folks really got to know who I am and that’s when amazingly my book sales rose to unexpected heights and “Touch Wood”, book sales and reviews are great. I appreciate and thank all the readers who have honestly criticised and praised my poetry 🙂
Well, to the former question I raised about whether anyone really is reading my book: Definitely, even if it is friend of your friend who got your book as a gift, someone is reading your book at the end of the day 🙂
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“Pieces of Time” by Euphonos Aus is a love story. The protagonist, 27 year old Linda Robson, “likes love the classic way and yearns to meet her true love.” (end of quote) The novella is set in the early 90’s in the fictional town of Gladstone, a small town known for artwork and craft exhibitions. The narrative style is attention-grabbing. Readers will encounter amusing linguistic choices.
As a teacher of English, and a language learner myself, it made me think of my use of German and Spanish as I was learning to express myself in those languages. Although amusing, my meanings would always be understandable. And of course, love is a universal language, understood by all who encounter it. This is the case also with “Pieces of Time”. This is a novel that expresses the universal hope of all human beings to love and be loved perfectly.
Most of us lose that illusion early on in life, others remain its captive for a lifetime. Linda Robson has high hopes she will be loved by the man whom Fate has destined for her. This is the intriguing aspect that allows readers to relate to Linda, to see life through her eyes and understand it through her unconventional linguistic choices. Indeed, it is the imperfection evident in her use of language that acts as a metaphor, for me, that true love is not about perfection itself, but rather, the perfect ability to love and be loved in spite of our non-perfect selves.
This is an enjoyable book that anybody who believes in the power of love will be happy to read, from page first to page last. With love for my wife who accepts my unconventional expressions of love, I highly recommend this book.