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Let's Dance. Also, Read Books.

First, let’s start off with a little music which you should get up right now and dance to.

Done? OK.

I forget sometimes, especially when I’m writing ( 508 more words


How To Know You've Reached The Peak Of Your Writing Career

If you ever write a book, I hope you’ll be able to say this when you’re finished.

Here’s what Kurt Vonnegut said about finishing Slaughterhouse Five


Kurt Vonnegut - #105/365

As you’ve probably gathered, writers make up a large part of ‘things I am grateful for’. Most of them thus far have been poets. 271 more words


Books on Sunday: Slaughterhouse 5

Slaughterhouse 5 by Kurt Vonnegut

I didn’t actually know much about Slaughterhouse 5 before I started reading it, I just knew it was on my list of books to read before I die and it was about or after World War II. 44 more words

A Special Place in my Heart

Dresden holds a special place in my heart. I rarely have anything positive to say about my family. My grandfather left Dresden, the place where he grew up as a boy, to escape the growing Nazi rule and to fight on the side of the Allies in World War 2. 426 more words


'Slaughterhouse 5' - Kurt Vonnegut

After having waited a shamefully long time to delve into this classic novel, I finally got down to reading it, and it certainly did not disappoint. 406 more words


Wednesday It List

♦ Preview The Winds of Winter exclusively at EW.comhttp://tinyurl.com/polpolw

♦ I love a good book rant…

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