I’ve been thinking of serializing Something Enchanted in an attempt to keep my writing alive versus letting it sit there staring back at me. I’m looking to comments on this. What do you guys think of serialized novels?
Located at the Cincinnati Public Library it was designed by sculptor Michael Frasca and dedicated in 1990.
"The Amelia Valerio Weinberg Memorial Fountain is located on the Vine Street Plaza in front of the Main Library. Conceived and executed by former Cincinnati sculptor Michael Frasca, this ornamental fountain was made possible by a bequest from Mrs. Weinberg and was dedicated in 1990. Affectionately known as the “book fountain,” the sculpture features water cascading over a stack of ceramic tile books, representing the free flow of information and ideas through the printed word. The fountain is a popular spot for school groups and tourists." (Photo J.F Schmitz)
Adoring the trend in silhouette book covers.
Aimee Bender (via writingquotes) —
We create fantasy because, without it, reality would be unbearable.
Illustration by Kristin Kest
July Book Photo Challenge, Day #15, Oldest book on your shelf
I actually have an older copy of Aurora Leigh, but look at this it’s so pretty. And Mrs. Gaskell. It’s too precious.
My bookshelf. (updated)
Photographs of writers at work.
Note how many standing desks! See also a great book on the subject, The Writer’s Desk.
Filed under: work spaces
"I don’t see him as a hero."
Why don’t people get this?
A Spanish Proverb