Neil Gaiman

Neil Gaiman is believed to be the most bestselling writer of today. Gaiman is not only a writer. He worked as a screenwriter of several movies, producer, director, actor, artist of several comic books, and poet. The list is impressive indeed. He became popular for his novel Stardust.

Gaiman was born in 1960 in Portsmouth, Britain. After graduation Gaiman preferred journalism to higher education. His first professional publication appeared in British Penthouse in 1984. His first story appeared the same year.

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Gentle Break Up

Every time we start a new relationship we hope that it will last long or even forever. However, love is unpredictable, so the one, who was the closest person to you, can become an undesirable person in your life one day. If you decide to break up with your partner, it is essential to make it as gently as possible in order not to hurt his or her feelings or cause psychological trauma by some rude words.

First of all, prepare the speech as break up is not a proper time for improvisation. It requires a through choice of words, so one or two rehearsals before crucial moment will be only for the better.

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Religious Aspect of Lord of The Rings

The moral values in the book “Lord of The Rings” are depicted quite explicitly, I would even say boldly. Thought the religious context of the book still causes argument both between the analysts and fans. The absence of definite religious line in this book isn’t likely to worry the average reader. It is based on the Northern mythology and the author of the book is catholic, but the book hasn’t acquired the features of either the religious sermon or the neopagan treatise. Many people of various denominations like this book as it is very clear and tolerant. D. R. R. Tolkien used to received a large amount of letters in which the people who supposed themselves to be atheist reported that “Lord of The Rings” had helped them to make the first steps towards religion.

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First Call – the Beginning or the End of Your Relations

There is quite a number of articles telling us about the importance of the first date and providing useful tips on how not to make this date the last one. However, the first step in relations is actually not your first evening together but the phone call you make to invite somebody you like to a date. Much depends on the fact whether the first phone conversation will be a success or failure, so you should observe some simple rules of the phone etiquette.

The first and probably the most important rule is to be brief. Do not continue the conversation on and on and end it soon after delivering your message. It will produce an effect that you are busy, and the girl will value your time spent on this phone call more. Be the one to end the conversation in order not to appear annoying or intrusive and make a girl want more of your attention.

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