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shallowly embossed

Even the money paid to the most passionate nurses, the dreamiest artists, freshly printed, very dry, and shallowly embossed to the fingertips, had its origins in some bastardy on the sweatshop floor.

Martin Amis, London Fields


money stinks

Go back far enough and all money stinks, is dirty, roils the juices of the jaw. Was there any clean money on earth? Had there ever been any? 6 more words


impressively endowed

Guy lifted the single linen sheet. He had never thought of himself as being impressively endowed (and neither, he knew, had Hope). Who, then, was this little bodybuilder who had set up a gym in his loins?

Martin Amis, London Fields


Breakfast Under A Cornish Sun by Samantha Tonge

Once again I need to thank the wonderful people at @UKCarina and @NetGalley for allowing me to review this book by @SamTongeWriter

I absolutely fell in love with the cover of this book ad soon as I saw it, so summery and it gave me that holiday feeling. 271 more words


without thinking

Sometimes I speak without thinking. I guess we all do. Most of us, anyway.

Lord Malinov, Erotic Romances


My new acquisitions!


Hello everyone, Sorry I didn’t post anything in last couple of days. I was patiently waiting for my bucket list to clear out. I have new books! 727 more words


Some Thoughts On Gifts From Various Authors

“Presents are made for the pleasure of who gives them, not the merits of who receives them.”

Carlos Ruiz Zafón

“Give freely to the world these gifts of love and compassion. 67 more words