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The Atmospheric Images of Andrew Davidson

Today, I would like to introduce you to an artist I admire by the name of Andrew Davidson. There is not a great deal of information available about Davidson because he has not conducted many interviews, but like all great artists, his work mainly speaks for itself. 201 more words

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The prolific writer Ray Bradbury gave a talk about writing. His mantra for how to become a writer was simple, “read and write”. To read also meant to read widely, fiction, poetry non-fiction, history, science and everything in between. 518 more words

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"The urge is always with me to retouch yesterday's canvas with today's paintbrush..."

“The urge is always with me to retouch yesterday’s canvas with today’s paintbrush and cover the things that fill me with regret”

– Andrew Davidson, Canadian, writer

Writer

Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters ready to roll from April 15-23, 2017 - Nadal & Djokovic already confirmed

Opening the clay season in Europe 

On Thursday, February 9, 2017 in the Salon America of the Monte-Carlo Bay Hotel, Zeljko Franulovic, Tournament Director extraordinaire presented to the international press the program for the upcoming Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters (MCRM), organized by the S.M.E.T.T. 639 more words

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All the Ugly and Wonderful Things by Bryn Greenwood

My first book of 2017 was devoured and left me with a question the second I read the last sentence:

Was this a YA?

I have nothing against YA books, in fact I have read quite a few even when I was way past my YA years. 424 more words

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Tales of the Peculiar (Miss Peregrine's Peculiar Children, #0.5) by Ransom Riggs | Book Review

Title: Tales of the Peculiar
Series: Miss Peregrine’s Peculiar Children
Author: Ransom Riggs
Illustrator: Andrew Davidson
Published: 9/03/16
Edition: hardcover
Pages: 160
My Overall Rating: 4 / 5… 351 more words

Reviews

The Gargoyle - Andrew Davidson

A few perhaps random thoughts on this book:

My favorite sequence was the mystical/spiritual journey in the final third of the novel. The author did a skillful job of adapting a chunk of The Inferno, and tying it in with the Niflheim viking section and so on. 242 more words

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