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Bernie Moon is a unique literary creation who has a power - she can enter the thoughts and minds of others and when desired change their attitudes, mindset, actions. Told through the current world of gender politics and identity, the world of social media, influencers and conspiracy theories this is a novel that is going to divide fans and open up many questions. Businesses can use WEEE waste bins to dispose of lots of LED light bulbs safely and sustainably at once. If you’ve only got a few old LED bulbs to dispose of at home, visit your local recycling centre or home and electronic shops such as IKEA and Homebase that may have in-store recycling bins for LED light bulbs.As premises go, you have to admit this is pretty wild, veering into magical realism territory. Now, that’s not something that would normally unsettle me, but …
Make a note of which terminalsthe colour-coded coresconnect to so you know where to reconnect them on the new faceplate.A: I like writing in the first person. It allows me to explore all kinds of things I can’t explore in any other way – memories, misdirection, the stream-of-conscious movements of my protagonist’s mind – as well as playing with the idea of persona, the subconscious and the different faces of truth. Most of the book is written in Bernie’s voice, but there are short sections in Kate’s voice that allow me to show Bernie from another person’s point of view, and to play with the theme of perspectives. Bothe voices are quite similar, in spite of them being from very different personalities: but yes, there’s a reason for that. Broken Light" tells the story of Bernie Moon, who is, on the face of it, an unremarkable woman approaching the age of fifty. But it wasn't always so. As a teenaged schoolgirl Bernie had a particular talent and when a young woman is murdered close to Bernie's home, she finds her particular ability being reactivated. A: Certainly not in the way that CARRIE is a horror novel. Bernie sometimes horrifies herself, but she isn’t a monster. Her powers take a very different form to those exhibited by Carrie White. Plus, I’ve deliberately sidestepped some of the elements of Stephen King’s story – the monstering of the protagonist, the monstrous mother, the graphic portrayal of abuse, the portrayal of the other women and girls as being almost universally cruel and hostile – that made that voice a man’s voice, rather than a woman’s. And I’ve tried to keep some ambiguity – which King does not – as to whether or not Bernie’s superpowers even exist at all, or whether they are simply in her mind, and in the minds of those she has touched. So no: not a horror novel as we usually encounter them – unless we work on the assumption that to live under a patriarchy is already horrific enough….