I try to read a short story, or part of a long short story, every single night. A good habit I started years ago. In the past couple months I picked three books with the word Dark in the titles: Haunted: Dark Delicacies III, Dark Masques, and its companion, Darker Masques, off my shelf I store books I bought with the future promise to read as soon as I get home from the bookstore!
These two photos show a very twisty corn maze – ’tis the season…
I’ll be recommending Ben Loory’s paperback original Stories for Nighttime and Some for the Day in a future post all on its own but I wanted to give you the heads up so you could start reading along. These are witty, fantastic tales, some fables about animals finding their way home. These stories are whimsical too and, although seemingly simple in structure and language, they are pitch perfect; each word has meaning. Stories for Nighttime and Some for the Day is a very poetic collection filled with characters I’d like to sit down with and have intimate conversations about forgotten realms, animals who fall in love with inanimate objects, and books with no words that become bestsellers! Enjoy these collections for Halloween and beyond. Off to choose another book to read — my favorite part of the process. Take care, Justin
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