All the things
These are all the things in the
At some point,
when I learn how pagination works,
I'll make this look better.
Have you seen the size of this thing? It's over 1300 pages long. That is more that the first three Harry Potter books put together. Which I also haven't read.
It comes as a shock to some that Christianity has roots in older traditions and that many cultures share similar stories.
I remember how exciting it was to read The Talented Mr. Ripley some years ago. This isn't about that.
It's a book about a writer, so you know it's going to be a lousy story because writers, by definition and by inclination, are self-obsessed boring people.
L. Frank Baum worried that his first name, Lyman, made him sound untrustworthy and chose instead to use his "more honest sounding" middle name.