Hope you have a nice day with I’m a book dragon not a worm shirt. I am a BOOK dragon not a worm, so when ever you want to give me a gift, BOOKS are my passion. Goodmorning Book Lovers! It is time for another giveaway! This week were are giving away a trade copy of “The Cellar” by Natasha Preston. The winner will also receive a “Im Not a Book Worm, Im a Book Dragon” mug, a mermaid bookmark, a sample of “The Broken Hearts Club” bookish coffee, a “How to Train Your Dragon Toothless” necklace and a pair of “Harry Potter Dobby is Free” socks. To win, simply be a member of this group and share this post! The winner will be announced next Tuesday!
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Truth is not welcome in the house of the devils lies, the wolf steps on truth like a maggot to lead into the devils lies. Don’t bump against the lies the devil cries, don’t look at the foundation just walk by faith like the blind cries the dragon, because God is good to let the fool back into the kingdom of Heaven is the cry of the wise fool. That’s why must have hope that beyond the Heavenly father’s truth. You believe I’m a book dragon not a worm shirt. Tradition and faith fills the barns, but leaves the book of life as the desert in the hearts, while heaven cries for another soul was won for hell. The wolf don’t care but is faithful to cry come into my house and pray, while they reach to fill another barn, and hells flames with another soul.
I am a BOOK dragon not a worm
The great American writer Ernest Hemingway said, “There is nothing to writing. All you do is sit down at a typewriter and bleed.” Writing, indeed, is hard work. The countless hours you put into dreaming and researching and planning and writing and revising and writing and revising (not to mention editing, proofreading and then the publication process). But I’m a book dragon not a worm shirt. The experience is exhilarating, but also mentally and emotionally draining; one can become so caught up in a literary world and in the lives of characters that the veil between reality and dream dissolves. And then comes the difficulty of sharing your writing with the world…
BOOKS are my passion
So why, given the nature of the activity, do writers write? For me, and I think for many writers, the desire – no, the need – to write began at an early age. Stories create story creators. The tales I heard on the lap of my governess, and the books surrounding me throughout my childhood, were enchanting and inspiring. Then, once I was of age to learn to write myself, and I came to understand that perhaps I too, some day, could write the stories I loved to hear, there was a click inside, and my entire being gravitated from that point on to the dream of writing.