There are so many great quotes from across the whole spectrum of literature, from both past masters and modern day authors. So I have introduced the ‘Random Quotes’ section, to reflect on this amazing pool of knowledge and wit.
They say that the first line of a piece of writing, is always the most difficult to set down on paper. It seems to me, that it may also be the most definitive, as I find it often sets the scene in my mind, even before I have turned the first page. I have started a catalogue of ‘first lines’, which have done just that for me …
‘THE SUMMONER‘ December 9, 2009 The only thing Dominic Grey knew for certain about the disappearance of William Addison was that it was the stangest case to which he had ever been assigned. The facts were few. Three nights ago, Addison, retired head of Consular Affairs at the United States Embassy in Zimbabwe, attended a […]
“When I asked Harvey Smith to choose a book to take to the Desert Island, he laughed and said he had never read a book in his life”