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I just read: East of Eden

I first read John Steinbeck’s East of Eden about ten years ago, and at the time I declared it my favorite book. That was also about the time that I started formulating the first plot to my novel Idyll, and the sibling rivalries, daddy issues, and love triangles in East of Eden were (and still are) big influences on that book. 590 more words


Five reasons John Steinbeck remains my most favorite author

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I write this post because it has been a long time I haven’t read his another title. So, I kind of missing reading his books then I think of writing these five reasons why he remains my most favorite writer after a number of novels from other novelists that I have read, too: 578 more words


East of Eden

The only other John Steinbeck’s book I’ve read is The Grapes of Wrath, which was a required reading in high school. It would’ve been impossible for my 16-year-old to imagine reading another one of his books… 1,088 more words

Awesome Reads

Winifred Haun & Dancers, Promise at Ruth Page Center for the Arts, March 20-21, 2015

Winifred Haun’s Promise was a three-year pact she kept with herself, the result of research, circumstances, and interruptions that allowed the large scale project of a novelistic adaptation to merge with the experimentation of creating new dances, slowly marinating in the parallel realities of family life and the waxing and waning phases of a dance company. 774 more words

Broken Bells: "Holding on for Life" (East of Eden Remix)

I’ve been jamming to this song for about a month straight, especially right before a day at work. Broken Bells is easily one of my current favorite bands and… 15 more words


Quote #11

And now that you don’t have to be perfect, you can be good – John Steinbeck, East of Eden


World Book Day: Our Favourite Books

As it’s World Book Day we took a quick tour of the office to find out our favourite books. Think of it as a Battersea Arts Centre reading list: 159 more words

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Battersea Arts Centre is a marvellous space and was one of our local theatres before we moved to Crete. As it's World Book Day today, here are their favourite books, their 'reading list'. In other news, next month's bandwidth will begin on Sunday (8th March). Roll on Sunday!