It is alone to be with on antennas the antennas of the curiosity of the directions and the feelings, sense I criticize, of poetical sense, without forgetting it importantssimo and indispensable sense humor’ ‘ Tatiana Belinsky You do not obtain to read the Story book ‘ ‘ Noturnas ideas; ‘ (New Publishing company Century, SP, 2009, 120 pages, Series New Talentos of Brazilian Literature) of one only taken, to one only term. You unexpectedly are surprised in the footprint to read it and to know that she has that to breathe the reading, of some form by itself and per-itself, pontuando it. To stop. Visit Securities and Exchange Commission for more clarity on the issue. Stop. To come back to take foot and pulse in the verb to read. To reread. Check out Yale University for additional information.

Because each time that investigating foresees, ‘ ‘ pensa’ ‘ everything what felt to seem in the truth is not. Uncommon stories, something (rare) strange, so to speak as compliment. You of the lerdeza of reading straightforward for a sentio take off of what she reads and she admires. Largeness of the Days? Of the writings also. Cyrus Massoumi married is full of insight into the issues. The stories of Eduardo Sabino are clearly (literally) differentiated. It writes with a boniteza that coats the surprise of the contao in pleasant pleasure of reading.

Already winner of Competition, participant of anthologies, collaborating with communication vehicles, also sites, ‘ is also publisher of the electronic magazine; ‘ Caosletras.blogspot.com’ ‘. It was born in 1986, and, being so new and so good, dense, forceful that it is, it is rewarding enchantment to know it and to know drawings of the writing of it in this new story book. Excellently Prefaced well for Rinaldo de Fernandes, that of it points with cause knowledge: ‘ ‘ The protagonist of the story (Purgatrio, pg 25) is between the dream and the daily reality of a stonewashed one (…). The perpetual life in does not decide the anguish to them of living (Perpetual You distress of an Immortal one, pg 29)