The Moon & the Stars — Things That Light the Night

During the first week of Looking at Lit, I discussed some of the themes that almost every writer alludes to in their work, One of those themes is that of the Dark versus the Light or the Night versus the Day. Dark versus Light – Night versus Day – Themes in Literature At this point,…

Women Who Run with the Wolves Quotes

Editorial Reviews From Publishers Weekly “Folklore, fairy tales and dream symbols are called on to help restore women’s neglected intuitive and instinctive abilities in this earthy first book by a Jungian analyst. According to Estes, wolves and women share a psychic bond in their fierceness, grace and devotion to mate and community. This comparison defines…

The Illustrated Man by Ray Bradbury

In my opinion, EVERY writer should read Ray Bradbury and Mark Twain. Those two guys seem to have born few resemblances. They lived in different periods of time and they wrote differently, but these two guys were alike in that they are masters of words, and if a writer is not a master of words,…

Darkness Slipped In – Picture Book by Ella Burfoot

Image Credit Macmillan “Daisy was thinking of a game to play When Darkness slipped in at the end of the “He came in through the window and spread out on the floor. While Daisy danced and laughed and played then danced around some more. “Pretending that he wasn’t there, he slid along the wall. But…