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Hemingway Quotes

The following are quotes from Ernest Hemingway’s The Snows of Kilimanjaro, the sixteenth book that I read this year as part of my Goodreads.com challenge. Now he would never write the things that he had saved to write until he … Continue reading

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18 Miserable Quotes

The following are quotes from Stephen King‘s Misery and the thoughts that they provoked in me. Disclaimer: I read the book on my Kindle Paperwhite so the locations refer to that version of the book (sorry if you were looking for … Continue reading

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Misery

I began reading this Stephen King novel last July when I was returning from a trip to Colorado. I had no idea at the time that his character Paul Sheldon was just on his way to Colorado; he had finished a book, destroying the … Continue reading

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I Dance People

The following is in response to “I Dance People” by Jeroen van Honk via The Quotable. I read Honk’s short as a shadow telling us what it’s like to be a shadow. The shadow, in order to not make the … Continue reading

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The Midnight Disease: Wonder Boys

The following is in response to the Michael Chabon novel, Wonder Boys. After first viewing the film based on the book last June, I was hungry to read the book; starving as I was for more information about the midnight disease, … Continue reading

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On Craft: Showing

In every writing class that I have taken as part of my writing and linguistics major here are Georgia Southern University a professor has used the phrase “show, don’t tell.” And each professor explained it more or less in the … Continue reading

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Methuselah

The following is in response to Heather Holliger’s poem “Methuselah” via Labletter, an online literary magazine. Every month, Labletter emails all of its subscribers a poem or some other form of art. This month’s poem was “Methuselah” by Heather Holliger, and … Continue reading

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