This is what I feel like when I read in quarantine!
According to Charles Bukowski “Sadness is caused by intelligence, the more you understand certain things, the more you wish you didn’t understand them.” (c) Michael Coria
Don’t let those couch potatoes do all of the world-saving by themselves. Yeah, I know, they can watch for hours on end, but you need to get your ass in gear and keep reading! Introverts, book nerds, socially awkward humans – whatever you want to call yourselves – I think we already knew this, butContinue reading “Introverts! This is Our Time to Shine”
Every day more than 1.8 million books are sold in the US. Despite all the other easy distractions available to us today, there’s no doubt that many people still love reading.
An Honest Sunday
I share a Birthday with these two writing savages. I first read Robert Penn Warren in a community college class and fell in love with his drama, charm, and lively Southern characters. Anthony Trollop is simply a wordsmith. He used to wake up and write for two hours each morning before working at the postContinue reading “My Shared Birthday with Robert Penn Warren”
The following list of books are our literary picks, addressing questions of race, love, death and dominant governments, and the effect on national borders after a plague hits. Authors include Mary Shelley, Albert Camus, Daniel Defoe, Gabriel Garcia Marquez, Yuri Hererra, Michael Crichton, and more.
Real friends let you borrow books. A fellow toastmaster handed this to me on Friday. We had talked before about the horror genre and he mentioned this author, @clivebarkerofficial, and he thought it was a good fit for me. I’ll keep ya posted #amreading #unplug #horror #clivebarker #horror #grotesque #sunday #lazysunday #leer #leendo #libroContinue reading “Sunday Read”