Tag Archives: Food for Thought

On Living With Regret

I’m going to be honest with you guys; I’ve never truly understood the whole “no regrets” life philosophy. I imagine it being spouted by the same people who say, “You only live once, right?” (a phrase so popular it’s been … Continue reading

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The Immortality of Books

Have you ever noticed that book reports, synopses, reviews, and query letters are written in present tense, even if the book they’re about is told in past tense? Have you ever stopped to really consider why (beyond the fact that … Continue reading

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Disagreeing with Books: Writer Responsibility and Reader Accountability

“There is no such thing as a moral book or an immoral book. Books are well written or badly written. That is all.” –Oscar Wilde By far, the blog of mine that has gotten the largest, most passionate and intelligent … Continue reading

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Why I’m Tired of People Ragging on Twilight

I’m hesitant to even write this blog. For one thing, defending Twilight makes me seem like a fan, and I’m not really. I don’t hate it or anything – I’ve read all four books and enjoyed them for what they … Continue reading

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