Category Archives: Literary Quotes

Delightful Descriptions

Well, I haven’t had one of these posts for a while, but I finished reading Chris Fabry’s latest release, The Promise of Jesse Woods, yesterday, and found myself chuckling over some of the descriptions and the pithy observations made by … Continue reading

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Thoughts to Live By

Your thought for today comes from Captain Meda from Thomas Locke’s soon-to-be-released Merchant of Alyss: “There are few actions that bring greater satisfaction than knowing the right choice and taking it.” http://tlocke.com/legends-of-the-realm/merchant-of-alyss/ Free sample chapter from MERCHANT OF ALYSS by … Continue reading

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Reading Between the Lines

I don’t know about you, but I love it when authors manage to say things without actually saying them.  Subtlety in writing is an artform that fewer and fewer authors seem to grasp, but when I read this recently I … Continue reading

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Caveat Lector!

A word to the wise.  I should perhaps have this engraved on a plaque above my bed (and maybe a few other strategic places around the house)! “Finally, from so little sleeping and so much reading, his brain dried up … Continue reading

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