A 5-star review of ‘Dawn of Magic’, the fourth and final book in my young adult series, Worldweavers, contains this delightful sentence:
“There is probably some truth there to carry away on what college is, diplomas, and the inevitable acceptance of moose.”
Everyone knows about diplomas, of course. But you might have to read the book to understand where the “acceptance of moose” comes into it. 🙂
Opening lines quiz Which novel started with the above line?
1) “Molloy” by Samuel Beckett
2) “The Sirens of Titan” by Kurt Vonnegut
3) “Murphy” by Samuel Beckett
4) “Slaughterhouse-Five” by Kurt Vonnegut
I did OK. You?
See the whole quiz at Buzzfeed HERE
I so want to be Ursula Le Guin when I grow up…
The gift of Ursula Le Guin:
‘She makes the ordinary feel as important as the epic’:
Read the whole article at The Guardian HERE
Another story from The Nation notes that:
Ursula Le Guin Has Stopped Writing Fiction—but We Need Her More Than Ever
The author on sexism, aging, and the radical possibilities of imaginative story telling.
Read it The Nation HERE
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Photo by Mary Anne Mohanraj
You can read anywhere in time and space, but I’m not sure if it is bigger on the inside.
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