Jane Austen (2005). “Jane Austen: 8 Books in 1”, p.460, Shoes & Ships & Sealing Wax
That is the joy of reading fiction: when all is said and done, the novel belongs to the reader and his or hers imagination. ~ Alice Hoffman
“If there’s a book that you want to read, but it hasn’t been written yet, then you must write it.” ~ Toni Morrison, 88 y/o – Author, Nobel Laureate
reading writing posting blogging walking eating not nesesarily in that order
eating a pear accompanied with a cup of black French Roast coffee while reading emails and blogs
Franz Kafka, Writer – Born: July 3, 1883 – Died: June 3, 1924
To read a book for the first time is to make an acquaintance with a new friend; to read it for a second time is to meet an old one. ~ Chinese Saying
“Always read with a pen in your hands, not beside you on the table, but actually in your hand, ready, armed … Put a question mark by everything you find suspect. Underline anything you really appreciate. Feel free to write ‘splendid,’ but also, ‘I don’t believe a word of it.’ And even ‘bullshit.’” ~ TimContinue reading “Always read with a pen in your hands,… ~ Tim Parks”
Rene Descartes, Philosopher – B. March 31, 1596 – D. February 11, 1650
Easy reading is damn hard writing. But if it’s right, it’s easy. It’s the other way around, too. If it’s slovenly written, then it’s hard to read. It doesn’t give the reader what the careful writer can give the reader. -Maya Angelou
“Time is never wasted if you remember to bring along something to read.” – Thomas Pynchon (2012). “Against the Day”, p.211, Penguin
“Read, read, read. Read everything — trash, classics, good and bad, and see how they do it. Just like a carpenter who works as an apprentice and studies the master. Read! You’ll absorb it. Then write. If it’s good, you’ll find out. If it’s not, throw it out of the window.” – William Faulkner
“We lose ourselves in what we read, only to return to ourselves, transformed and part of a more expansive world.” – Judith Butler
“Reading liberates you. You could know about the world through reading.” ~Paul Theroux
“Any book worth banning is a book worth reading.” ~ Isaac Asimov
Born: August 28, 1913 – Died: December 2, 1995 Canadian novelist, journalist, playwright, professor and critic.
Books are a uniquely portable magic. Stephen King
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Source: A book a day keeps reality away
There are two motives for reading a book one, that you enjoy it the other, that you can boast about it. – Bertrand Russell
Laying on the couch Spending time going Through the email Reading the notifications Of the people I follow While the TV is watching me What a charming life I live
Born: April 10, 1941
“I was reading the dictionary. I thought it was a poem about everything.” – Steven Wright http://www.bquot.es/s/1815
“Let us read, and let us dance; these two amusements will never do any harm to the world.” – Voltaire http://www.bquot.es/s/1823
“Reading is to the mind what exercise is to the body.” – Joseph Addison http://www.bquot.es/s/2451
You see, the interesting thing about books, as opposed, say to films, is that it’s always just one person encountering the book, it’s not an audience, it’s one to one. -Paul Auster http://en.proverbia.net
Reading makes a full man, meditation a profound mind, discourse a clear man. Benjamin Franklin Quote Source: en.proverbia
People say that life is the thing, but I prefer reading.
What would you be doing, if wasn’t reading this post?
You’ll never be alone if you’ve got a book. Al Pacino
Feeling a lot better than I did last week, and for the next few days will be posting off and on. Below, is a few of the books that I like to read.
Monday evening. 6:20 pm. While reading and going through the blogs I follow. While I am doing this, NCIS on USA is keeping me company.
Just another Sunday Periods of rain since day break Did the online crossword Drinking coffee Read some of the news Watching football on the boob tube Just another Sunday
You know you’ve read a good book when you turn the last page and feel a little as if you have lost a friend. – Paul Sweeney
There are two motives for reading a book: one, that you enjoy it; the other, that you can boast about it. –Bertrand Russell
1. You post it. 2. I read it.