"Melodies, like the pipes of Pan, drift finally away, leaving the listener longing for more. The magic of great literature is that its music never dies but lingers in the corridors of the soul urging us onward."
- Samuel McCord
"Thinking you're escaping and run into yourself. Longest way round is the shortest way home."
- James Joyce
"It's no simple business being mad."
- Tom Coyne
"Strive to write tense scenes so that reading them is like watching Death approach you by flashes of lightning."
- Roland Yeomans
Happy St. Patrick's Day!
(Thanks for being concerned for me yesterday. I made it. Now, to do it again tonight! Ouch!)
On this day in 461 AD., Saint Patrick died at Saul, Downpatrick, Ireland.
Much of what is known about Patrick's legendary life comes from the Confessio, a book he wrote during his last years.
It hit me that most of what readers will know of us will come from our novels.
Will those flashes of lightning tell the true story of who you are?
Tomorrow, follow me to Deniz Bevan's Blog, The Girdle of Melian
for a most unusual post on my "Don't You Hate Book Tours?" Book Tour.
Until then, don't forget to visit my other stops:
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