A video detailing the journey of a book being printed via traditional methods. Hard not to watch and not imagine my own book working its way from raw materials to readable material.
To show my opinion of this book most clearly, allow me to express my thoughts as I thought them as I read. Like so: (Beginning of book): Hmmmm, interesting. Slow beginning, but I get the point. Poets arguing about anarchy in a clean neighborhood. Ahh, so the red head is the main character. Got it. … Continue reading Book Review: The Man Who Was Thursday
Love the story! Short but absolutely packed with enough goodness for a full-length film. If you can spare 25 minutes, this will leave you smiling until you fall asleep tonight.
A story about a man telling a long story about a man who talks eloquently but only appears in the story at the very end and only then for a few pages before he dies. Though the plot is hardly inspiring, the writing itself is. Joseph Conrad writes prose like poetry, each sentence painting eloquent … Continue reading Review – Heart of Darkness
I’ll be honest: I still don’t particularly like dogs, but there were times when reading this that I thought, “Damn, that’s a good dog.” Would this story have been better with a cat? That goes without saying, but Jack London has captured the world through a dog’s eyes in such a way that I can … Continue reading Review – The Call of the Wild
Strange visions have invaded my sleep as of late. Surreal, yet like a landscape that I have seen before. Only different. Twisted. Dreams sometimes made all the more real with a nightcap of absinthe. This diary will log my wisping memories of my dreamscape. ___ He rode the narrow path, having chosen the left-most of … Continue reading Absinthe Dreams I
Just want to give a shout out to this awesome service . While pretty basic, it’s awesome for anyone that wants to read more.I clear out my inbox everyday, so this service is perfect; I’m not going to just overlook it, nor am I going to archive it without reading. Dailylit sends a snippet of 1,000/2,000/or 3,000 words … Continue reading Dailylit – 15 Minutes of Fiction a Day
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