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Review: Lexicon by Max Barry
Lexicon by Max Barry (9780143125426): Penguin Books (2013) Words have power. As a writer and a librarian, this is the pillar of my faith. When used by a master, words can change the world. They evoke emotion, propel progress, and … Continue reading
Being Thankful: Words
Words. I love words. I like the look of them, the feel of them in my mouth, the sound of them. I like their stories, their histories. I love the way that they are so concrete yet so open to … Continue reading
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On the Power of Words
Words have power. This is my credo, the closest thing I have to a statement of faith. I love them and, sometimes, they love me back. I have surrounded myself with them as a reader, as a librarian, as a writer, … Continue reading
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