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Bookshelf Tag

So I was nominated to do this “Bookshelf Tag” by The Paper Butterfly. She is one of the most energetic bloggers I know, always keen to learn more about writing, and is very generous with her time, and in giving encouragement to fellow writers. 658 more words


Inspiration #2

“Every book, every volume you see here, has a soul. The soul of the person who wrote it and of those who read it and lived and dreamed with it. 28 more words


Secret Societies and Ghostly Terror

The Midnight Palace

by Carlos Ruiz Zafon, translated by Lucia Graves

A Review

“Never mind the number of candles on your birthday cake,” writes Zafon in his introduction to… 446 more words

Writing And Publishing

Why did you do it? (part two)

All of us have a reason we write – excess imagination on my art perhaps, but also the fact that I read such brilliant writers when I was younger too. 1,044 more words

A Writer On Writing

The Cemetery of the Books

Years ago, in another life (and over the course of several years), I traveled to Spain and Portugal with some frequency.  I would normally come back with suitcases chock full of handwritten manuscripts. 332 more words

Rock Island Railroad

The most despicable humans are the ones who always feel virtuous and look down on the rest of the world.”
― Carlos Ruiz Zafón, The Angel’s Game


Book Review: The Angel's Game by Carlos Ruiz Zafon

Folded in white cloth was something shaped like a book. I unwrapped it and found the copy of The Steps of Heaven that I had dedicated to Senor Sempere.

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