… in art nothing is more secondary than the author’s intentions.
Sandra L. West and Aberjhani have compiled an encyclopedia that makes an important contribution to our need to know more about one of modern America’s truly significant artistic and cultural movements. It helps us to...
The life we’re given is on a thread, so wear it well.
Readers are the glue that binds the books together.
Books are for nothing but to inspire
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Between the lines of every book the writer reveals their own secrets.
These days. Most of us have the attention span of a meth-addicted squirrel.
That woman must have been a husky in a previous life.
I suspect that most authors don’t really want criticism, not even constructive criticism. They want straight-out, unabashed, unashamed, fulsome, informed, naked praise, arriving by the shipload every fifteen minutes or so.
A quote is a story, suspended in a sentence and treasured through time.
A written man is more porous and accessible than a live one.
I swooned again – I had that moment of falling in love with reading again.
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