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  • Theresa shared from Between by Cyndi Tefft
    The headlights flung streaks of light like fireworks in the driving rain as we spun out of control. We sailed off the roadway and the car hung in mid air before the hood smashed into the ground. Distorted acid rock pounded in my ears as the car rolled down the embankment. Ravi’s body floated over mine, his face contorted in fear. The pine tree outside my window beckoned with relentless persistence until the car door wrapped around me in a vicious embrace, squeezing the air from my lungs.
    Note: Excerpt from 'Between' by @cynditefft #amreading #YALit #paranormal #romance
  • Theresa shared from a Personal Document
    Existence at night is an unequal fight with rats and cockroaches, and at meals with the stewards for time to eat. The stewards outnumber the passengers, and are the veriest riff-raff I have seen on board ship.
    Note: No pleasure cruise, this. "The Hawaiian Archipelago" by Isabella L. Bird
  • Theresa shared from THE FOREVER GIRL by Rebecca Hamilton
    My fingertips scanned the words as I read, releasing the book’s essence into the air. Having studied old texts, I knew this scent—vanilla, anisole, and sweet almond—wafted from the pages because the paper was fabricated from ground wood. I inhaled with a smile. Books often made better company than people.
  • Theresa shared from THE FOREVER GIRL by Rebecca Hamilton
    “Be true in love, this you must do, unless your love is false to you. With these words, the Rede fulfill: An it harm none, do what ye will.”
    Note: Lovely words to jump start my Sunday morning.
  • Theresa shared from THE SECRET LANGUAGE OF QUEENS (The Regal Rules Series, Part Two) by Arabella Kidd
    In understanding the power and the poetry of the earth beneath your feet you are surrendering to the path that nature has made for you.
    Note: It's always the proper season to cultivate reason.
  • Theresa shared from a Personal Document
    He who has not spoken at the right time may have to repent it a whole lifetime."
    Note: What is it that you need to say? Get your words heard. Quote from "Invisible Links" Selma Lagerlof.
  • Theresa shared from The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern
    You may tell a tale that takes up residence in someone’s soul, becomes their blood and self and purpose. That tale will move them and drive them and who knows what they might do because of it, because of your words. That is your role, your gift.
    Note: What more encouragement do you need? Share your words and tell your story in 2012.
  • Theresa shared from The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern
    “It seems a very big decision to me, deciding whether or not to run away and join the circus.
    Note: One of the items near the top of my To-Do List for 2012.
  • Theresa shared from The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern
    “I tried to explain as much as I could,” Poppet says. “I think I made an analogy about cake.” “Well, that must have worked,” Widget says. “Who doesn’t like a good cake analogy?”
    Note: Flour and sugar speak a language all their own.
  • Theresa shared from a Personal Document
    "I'll borrow of imagination what reality will not give me.
    Note: Daydreaming between the pages of a book is good for the soul. Quote from "Shirley" by C. Bronte