Do it! I’ve reviewed it before, but Dawn’s tightly-written stories pack real punch.
To quote my own comment on the original post:
As the flute gives shape to the breath,
so do we give shape to the breath
of God that flows through us.
Strangely enough, I’ve read one of these (Howl’s Moving Castle):
Sounds like I have some more books to read!
Lightly and delightfully humorous way to market your chapbook:
Dr. Grant is the youngest full professor at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania – and the most productive. He has a good piece of advice that I think applies to all creative people:
“To produce at your peak level you need to work for extended periods with full concentration on a single task free from distraction.”
Yes, further evidence that multitasking is evil.
In no particlar order:
autopodóplo- shooting one’s own foot.- Remy Porter, thedailywtf.com
If you ask for yourself what you deny to others, your asking is a mockery. –St. Peter Chrysologus
Nations spend money on weapons and armies. When war becomes a business (as it has in much of the world these days), I think the need to show that “We’re getting value for our money” leads to a lot of wars. 😦 – David W. Jones
Motto of the Moravian Church: “In essentials, unity; in nonessentials, liberty; and in all things, love”
An old English folksong:
Oh, for a booke and a shadie nooke,
Eyther in doore or out;
With the grene leaves whispering overhead
Or the street cryes all about;
Where I maie reade all at my ease,
Both of the newe and olde;
For a jollie goode booke whereon to looke
Is better to me than golde.
“While an author is yet living we estimate his powers by his worst performance, and when he is dead, we rate them by his best.” Samuel Johnson
“Imitation, even of the best models, is my aversion; it is servile and mechanical, a trick that has enabled many to usurp the name of author, who could not have written at all, if they had not written upon the pattern of somebody indeed original.” William Cowper