I have had a phrase stuck in my head that I think is a quote from something. The thing is, I have no idea where it’s from and I’ve no idea how to look for it. (Google is not helping) Any thoughts?

discoveries: on writing

My latest writing discoveries:

  1. I write a lot of stuff that initially doesn’t seem to make sense (mostly poetry). Well, maybe it really doesn’t at all, I dunno. I just like the sound of certain words together. Certain phrases just get stuck in my head and I feel I have to put them down on the page.
  2. I like using usual words in an unusual order (as opposed to fancier words).
  3. I like writing one-line stories or micropoetry.
  4. Also, I like space.
  5. At the moment, I seem to be at war with grammar. to me, capital letters are not aesthetically pleasing (at least, for micropoetry/one or two-line stories) so I don’t use them at the beginnings of sentences.
  6. I enjoy writing poetry. 🙂

A Bookish Nudge

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As voracious readers, at times, we feel weighed down by our reading commitments and challenges. So for all such readers like me, here’s a little nudge to keep you going. Here are a few of my favorite quotes from famous literary people we’ve grown to love. For those who read incessantly without the need for a nudge at all, cheers! May you enjoy the post. 🙂

  1. When I get a little money, I buy books. If any is left, I buy food and clothes. — Erasmus
  2. There is no friend as loyal as a book.  — Ernest Hemingway
  3. I am simply a ‘book drunkard.’ Books have the same irresistible temptation for me that liquor has for its devotee. I cannot withstand them. — L. M. Montgomery
  4. Never trust anyone who has not brought a book with them. — Lemony Snicket
  5. A book is a gift you can open again and…

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