CHANNILLO
The Flexibilizer
By liberonova

Series Description:

I read your story holding my breath. It's beautiful. Very different. - Theo Horsten (author)

I read The Flexibilizer and I think it's incredible. Very impressive and written with a good feel for language. - Michel Ristenpatt (musician)

 

 

Category/Genre(s): Young Adult, Romance, Humor, Short Stories
Updated: Monthly
Status: Completed



Author Bio For liberonova:

Liberonova is a Dutch writer on Channillo.com. She loves philosophy, fitness and virtual friends. 

Acknowledgements:

I thank

... my mother for hugging me

... my grandfather for writing his detailed letters from his pow-camp to his spouse at home during World War II ... you were imprisoned but you kept your humour ... I love you, although I never saw you ...

... my father for making a lot of jokes

 

 

Last but not least I thank linguist Bart Besamusca for reviewing my novella:

The feeling of isolation is palpable. I admire the way you employ time in the story. By not giving exact dates and jumping to unspecified periods in time creates in the reader's mind a continuum that matches the state of mind of the main character. - Bart Besamusca (linguist)

 

 

 

Notes:

Twitter: @liberonova

Instagram: @liberonova

YouTube: @liberonova

Facebook: Libero Nova
 

References:

 

 

"I read it with pleasure and was very moved by it."







Series Description:

I read your story holding my breath. It's beautiful. Very different. - Theo Horsten (author)

I read The Flexibilizer and I think it's incredible. Very impressive and written with a good feel for language. - Michel Ristenpatt (musician)

 

 

Category/Genre(s): Young Adult, Romance, Humor, Short Stories
Updated: Monthly
Status: Completed


Author Bio For liberonova:

Liberonova is a Dutch writer on Channillo.com. She loves philosophy, fitness and virtual friends. 

Acknowledgements:

I thank

... my mother for hugging me

... my grandfather for writing his detailed letters from his pow-camp to his spouse at home during World War II ... you were imprisoned but you kept your humour ... I love you, although I never saw you ...

... my father for making a lot of jokes

 

 

Last but not least I thank linguist Bart Besamusca for reviewing my novella:

The feeling of isolation is palpable. I admire the way you employ time in the story. By not giving exact dates and jumping to unspecified periods in time creates in the reader's mind a continuum that matches the state of mind of the main character. - Bart Besamusca (linguist)

 

 

 

Notes:

Twitter: @liberonova

Instagram: @liberonova

YouTube: @liberonova

Facebook: Libero Nova
 

References:

 

 

"I read it with pleasure and was very moved by it."