‘You think this is funny?’
‘No,’ he said. ‘No it ain’t.’
I frowned. ‘You know what I think?’ But I didn’t finish. Seeing him there I felt something like despair and just couldn’t go on with it. I picked his glass up off the floor, went in, set it on the kitchen counter. Then walking on down…
Personally, I believe that time spent telling them a bedtime story is as close to heaven as we will get in this world. (via Jim Carrey to publish children’s book - Arts & Entertainment - CBC News)
So I heard on CBC today that a mini-series adaptation of “The Book of Negroes” is going to start filming in South Africa this fall. I am so excited I can hardly even! This is one of my all-time favourite books, and I’ve written numerous papers on it both in high school and university. Plus it…
An excellent epic fantasy: The Fionavar Tapestry Book 1: The Summer Tree by Guy Gavriel Kay #TheVincioloJournal
Dear Life is the best thing I have read in so long. The title isn’t “Dear Life” as you would write if you were composing a letter. Rather, it’s in reference to holding on for dear life. The stories drip of truth and I just can’t recommend reading them enough.
I have never kept diaries. I just remember a lot and am more self-centered than most people.
Title: The Poems of Al Purdy
Author: Al Purdy
Publisher: Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 1976