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Avoiding the guards’ eyes, I Continue reading
That bastard, he had medicine all along. He tricked me. I looked angrily at him. He whistled and a black horse came running to us. He went up and reached his hand out for me. I hesitated. It felt wrong sitting on a horse with him. It wasn’t proper.
“Grab my hand. Do you want everyone to know that you sneaked out?”
The temple wasn’t that far away but the ride felt really long. We didn’t say anything during the ride. I felt his calm heartbeat against my back. I was sitting in front of him. It felt relaxing listening to his heartbeat. I didn’t dare to look up at him so I kept staring in front of me. Continue reading
Training with the courtesans is more difficult than I imagined. Dancing, calligraphy, drinking, smooth talking and playing instruments. All are some of the things they need to know. They are practically scholars with a bad name.
I used to look down on these people. The noble class looks down on them. I was one of them. I looked down on my own mother. I couldn’t understand why she wouldn’t make an honest living. Not that this is not honest work, but she couldn’t have found something more appealing to do. Continue reading
I’ll be translating Seven Unfortunate Lifetimes, All Thanks To a Moment of Impulse. I’ve always wanted to translate a Chinese book but because of my limited knowledge of Chinese characters, I haven’t given it a try. I was bored and didn’t want to write The emperor’s wife, so I was searching for books to read. I came upon Seven Unfortunate Lifetimes, All Thank To a Moment of Impulse.
I decided to translate it. I’ll be reading this book and hopefully translate it correctly. Continue reading
After training for two weeks, I finally seem to begin to master the Phoenix Moonlit Dance. I trained really hard. Even training when I was alone in my room. I was looking forward to showing Yun Wen what I’ve gotten. I didn’t see him in a week. I couldn’t sneak out every day. When I saw him I was excited like a little child. I ran to him smiling but he poured cold water on me by saying:
“So, you’re finally here. We’re going to The Blossoming Flowers today.”
“Why do you need to go with me? You can go alone.” Continue reading
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