8 Quick Sci-Fi stories of alien encounters! Over two hours of audio such as:
1. Arrival – read by Colin Baker – :00
2. Nightmare – study by Peter Barkworth – 25:10
3. Telemart 3 – read by Rula Lenska – 36:08
4. In The Hereafter Hilton – read by Dennis Waterman – 54:08
5. The Light Of Other Days – study by Anton Rodgers – 1:09:30
6. A Glitch In Time – read by Jon Pertwee – 1:31:28
7. Dream Fighter – study by Martin Kemp – 1:36:14
eight. Silent Companion – study by Martin Jarvis 2:03:28
Providence R.I. – Swan Point Cemetery H.P.L. Grave 03
The photo shows the grave of H.P. Lovecraft. He was listed along with his parents on the Phillips household monument on the Swan Point Cemetry, Providence Rhode Island.
Howard Phillips Lovecraft (August 20th, 1890 – March 15th, 1937)–often credited as H.P. Lovecraft — was an American author of horror, fantasy and science fiction, especially the subgenre known as weird fiction.
Lovecraft’s guiding aesthetic and philosophical principle was what he termed "cosmicism" or "cosmic horror", the idea that life is incomprehensible to human minds and that the universe is fundamentally inimical to the interests of humankind. As such, his stories express a profound indifference to human beliefs and affairs. Lovecraft is ideal recognized for his Cthulhu Mythos story cycle and the Necronomicon, a fictional grimoire of magical rites and forbidden lore.
By Daniel Mennerich on 2011-05-21 21:16:28
The Urdu common fiction is blessed to have writers like Umera Ahmed. In Pakistan, the penetration of the well-known fiction among the masses is not a lot. Nonetheless, it is not much less either. Specially the Urdu popular fiction extends beyond the urban population. Of course, the English common fiction is study among the city dwellers only.
Umera Ahmed started her writing career from the well-liked fiction digests. The digests in which she contributed a lot are the Khawateen Digest and the Shua Digest, each belonging to the very same group of publishers. She also wrote a handful of Urdu stories and novels for Pakeezah digest.
An intriguing fact about Umera Ahmed is that she has carried out masters in English literature. Yet she chose to write stories and novels in Urdu . There can be numerous reason of why Umera chose to create in Urdu. A straightforward explanation is that Umera Ahmed has always wanted to attain the masses by means of her writings and in Pakistan, reaching the masses is attainable only if it is accomplished by selecting the Urdu language as the medium.
Umera Ahmed has touched distinct subjects whilst writing in the Urdu language. The topic of her initial novels was the self-esteem of the women of Pakistan. She specially wrote about the self-esteem of the females who are not really considerably physically endowed and usually deemed ugly by the society.
She urged the plain searching ladies to develop their character and careers in a way that the looks grow to be a secondary point not only to them but also to the folks around them.
Right after writing about the self-esteem of the girls for a even though, Umera Ahmed started to write Urdu stories and novels on Pakistans bureaucracy. One particular of her extremely famous Urdu novels on Pakistans bureaucracy is called Amer Bail.
Umera Ahmed is also identified for another distinguished style of writing. She wrote a lot of novels on the religious subjects in Urdu. Umeras writings on the religious subjects are distinctive due to the fact of numerous motives. Her style is not preachy at all. She has proper storylines and character constructing, in contrast to several other writers who make Urdu religious stories.
Although there are numerous novels of Umera Ahmed, which became bestsellers, nevertheless some novels of her broke all the records. For instance Peer-e-Kamil (S.A.W), Meri Zaat Zara e Benishan, Man-o-Salwa and so forth. The most famous of Umeras novel among these is the Peer-e-Kamil (S.A.W).
Soon after making a lot of extremely popular Urdu novels and stories for the digests, Umera Ahmed proceeded to write for the Tv. She has written stories and scripts for numerous Tv drama serials and quick plays now. Due to her engagements at Television, Umera has stopped writing for the digest, though the digest audience nonetheless misses her and craves for her writings. One more reason men and women say that Umera left writing for the Urdu digests is due to the fact soon after reading the Peer-e-Kamil, peoples expectations from Umera became too high. So rather of writing in stress, Umera stepped ahead to create for an entirely distinct audience.
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