I love books, and I love TV, and I love films, and I love theatre. Basically, I love make believe, I love how things can come to life before your very eyes. 831 more words
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Yesterday I released my first ebook and am wondering what took me so long! It’s a great high, this experience, and although caffeine might be playing a part in all of this, I cannot express the feeling of satisfaction when a friend (or acquaintance) grasps the “message” of the story; the message that we writers spend time crafting and scrutinizing over. 57 more words
When reading a classic, there is an adjustment that needs to take place. An adjustment to the topic, the views, and the writing style. Personally, writing style is the biggest thing I must grapple with, and there are times that in the end of the wrestling match the writing style is deemed the winner. 428 more words
Pride and Prejudice is one of those books I always felt I should have read. I didn’t even know what it was about, just that is was written by Jane Austen and considered a classic. 605 more words
We’re talking books again!
This time though, I have spoken to some of the wonderful people in my life about their special books and memories and have tried to give them a little something about it: that’s right, their very own book covers! 217 more words