25 Reasons to Read William Gibson’s Neuromancer 

For the writers (and readers) out there who have not read (or who have not finished reading) William Gibson’s Neuromancer

NEUROMANCER!   Well, I don’t want to come across as a book snob, but I will say: How can you call yourself a well-read fictionado without having read Neuromancer?  (In classic Lily-style) I can give you at least 25 reasons why Neuromancer is an amazing book, and a must read for anyone delving into the finer points of fiction-writing. Read more of this post
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25 Reasons to Read William Gibson's Neuromancer

For the writers (and readers) out there who have not read (or who have not finished reading) William Gibson’s Neuromancer

NEUROMANCER!   Well, I don’t want to come across as a book snob, but I will say: How can you call yourself a well-read fictionado without having read Neuromancer?  (In classic Lily-style) I can give you at least 25 reasons why Neuromancer is an amazing book, and a must read for anyone delving into the finer points of fiction-writing. Read more of this post

Book Review: The Story of B, by Daniel Quinn

During my research on spiritual fiction, I was recommended to read Daniel Quinn’s books, Ishmael and The Story of B.  At my local new-and-used bookstore, Companion Book, I found a cheap copy of The Story of B and I was pleasantly surprised while reading it.  Read more of this post

Book Review: The Story of B, by Daniel Quinn

During my research on spiritual fiction, I was recommended to read Daniel Quinn’s books, Ishmael and The Story of B.  At my local new-and-used bookstore, Companion Book, I found a cheap copy of The Story of B and I was pleasantly surprised while reading it.  Read more of this post

Profound Insights: Out of the Silent Planet by C.S Lewis

The best book I read in 2010 was Out of the Silent Planet, by C.S Lewis.  It is a very small book and inconspicuous.  This was the copy I picked up:

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Profound Insights: Out of the Silent Planet by C.S Lewis

The best book I read in 2010 was Out of the Silent Planet, by C.S Lewis.  It is a very small book and inconspicuous.  This was the copy I picked up:

Read more of this post

Long Sentence #1: Hero with a Thousand Faces by Joseph Campbell

Trojan Palladium, with Nike and a Warrior, from the Louvre

Reading this amazing book by Joseph Campbell, the classic, The Hero with a Thousand Faces and the first sentence just about blew me away. Not only is it extremely beautiful, it’s also incredibly long!  It’s 538 characters: Read more of this post