“Destiny is not a matter of chance; it’s a matter of choice…”

“Look across all sport and observe the truly great. All had this zest for combat, this taste for being truly tested (at the very highest level). All wished to explore the limits of their own possibilities.”

Write (Writing) in the Zone

“Look across all sport and observe the truly great. All had this zest for combat, this taste for being truly tested (at the very highest level). All wished to explore the limits of their own possibilities.”

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“Look across all sport and observe the truly great. All had this zest for combat, this taste for being truly tested (at the very highest level). All wished to explore the limits of their own possibilities.” — BooKs by cRaig loCk

“You think you have a limit….”

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“Passion is the fuel, the fire in our belly that…” — BooKs by cRaig loCk

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“Passion is the fuel, the fire in our belly that…”

“Passion is the fuel, the fire in our belly that…” — BooKs by cRaig loCk

What’s the difference between a writer and a family pizza?

The pizza can feed a family of four… or ONE starving writer munching on a carrot in his garret!

‘Driven to uplift, encourage and (perhaps even) inspire‘

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Book Review: A Farewell to Arms (Ernest Hemingway).

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Books and blues

I have read a few of Hemingway’s works and loved every single one of them. I read A Farewell to Arms almost seven years ago, and I remember liking it. So, I re-read this novel over the last week or so. The story of the novel focuses on Frederic Henry, an American volunteer in the Italian army during World War I, who falls in love with Catherine Barkley, an English Nurse during such turbulent times.

Frederic Henry is a volunteer in the Italian Ambulance Service. The story begins with descriptions of the area in Northern Italy where Henry is stationed. It sets a vivid picture in your head about how it looks like because of the well-written descriptions. Henry is getting along with his fellow soldiers, and in a way, the grim reality of war hasn’t hit them hard yet. One of his friends, Rinaldi, tells Henry about two English…

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