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M. L. Daniel

"Satnin"
(REAL NAME)
Martine Daniel
Helpful votes received on reviews: 98% (44 of 45)
Location: York, UK
Birthday: 15 July
In My Own Words:
I'm a freelance writer who loves writing for pleasure as well as for profit. My first novel, The Fire in Your Eyes, was published in 2009, with two further novels due to be published in 2010 and 2011. I love reading, and am a keen photographer.

Interests
Reading, writing, photography.
 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 960,305 - Total Helpful Votes: 44 of 45
Resurrection Year: Turning Broken Dreams Into New &hellip by Sheridan Voysey
Resurrection Year is the most heart-rending and hope-filling book I have ever read. Sheridan and Merryn's story is told poignantly, with Sheridan's distinctive writing style shining through the heartbreak and hope on every page. It is honest, open and beautifully written, and illustrates that the pain of broken dreams can lead to more than just doubts and fears.

Resurrection Year reminds us that broken dreams have the potential to break us, but, if we take a step away from the brokenness, there can be resurrection out of the darkness - there can be resurrection life after we have allowed the dream to die.

This book has touched my life in ways I would never have… Read more
A Beautiful Mind (The NHB shooting scripts series) by Akiva Goldsman
If you enjoyed the film The Beautiful Mind, then this screenplay is a wonderful addition to any collection. For anyone with an interest in scriptwriting, this screenplay makes for very interesting reading - highlighting the sensitive way in which the scriptwriter tackled a very difficult concept.

I purchased this screenplay to help me with my own scriptwriting when I began studying the Open University's Advanced Creative Writing course, and found it to be of great assistance in learning about the way in which stories are built in film.
Pentax 18-55mm II smc-DA Lens; f/3.5-5.6 ED AL (IF&hellip by Pentax
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
The Pentax 18-55 smc DA lens is an excellent all-round lens that is perfect for those starting out in DSLR photography. I use it most of the time with my Pentax KX, and find the image quality to be excellent. The autofocus works like a dream, the lens hood cuts out any glare, and the lens will accept any 52mm filters, such as UV filters and polarising filters. I'd highly recommend using either a UV or a polarising filter with the lens if only to protect the lens from dust and dirt!

All in all, this is a great starter lens and comes very highly recommended.

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