OPEN A BOOK

blackoutraven:</p> <p>Dream Theater | Catherine Couturier</p> <p>OPEN A BOOK AND BROADEN YOUR MIND.<br /> EXPAND YOUR IMAGINATION.<br /> SEEK AND YOU SHALL FIND.<br /> FIND NEW IDEAS, STORIES, FACTS,….<br /> KEEP SEEKING AND YOU<br /> WILL NEVER BE DISAPPOINTED.

blackoutraven:

Dream Theater | Catherine Couturier

OPEN A BOOK AND BROADEN YOUR MIND.

EXPAND YOUR IMAGINATION.

SEEK AND YOU SHALL FIND.

FIND NEW IDEAS, STORIES, FACTS,….

KEEP SEEKING AND YOU

WILL NEVER BE DISAPPOINTED.

plasmatics:</p> <p>Agua &amp; Niebla by Botikario </p> <p>FOLLOW THE LIGHT.<br /> KEEP YOUR MIND OPEN<br /> TO NEW IDEAS.<br /> LIVE IN THE LIGHT<br /> AND NOT IN DARKNESS.

plasmatics:

Agua & Niebla by Botikario

FOLLOW THE LIGHT.

KEEP YOUR MIND OPEN

TO NEW IDEAS.

LIVE IN THE LIGHT

AND NOT IN DARKNESS.

brutalgeneration:</p> <p>KNOWLEDGE FLOWS LIKE A WATERFALL.<br /> IT IS ALWAYS AVAILABLE—ALWAYS FLOWING.<br /> YOU JUST HAVE TO KNOW WHERE TO LOOK.

brutalgeneration:

KNOWLEDGE FLOWS LIKE A WATERFALL.

IT IS ALWAYS AVAILABLE—ALWAYS FLOWING.

YOU JUST HAVE TO KNOW WHERE TO LOOK.

WHO LOVES TO READ?<br /> WHEN YOU OPEN A BOOK,<br /> YOU NEVER KNOW<br /> WHAT YOU MIGHT FIND INSIDE.<br /> IN AN OLD BOOK, YOU MIGHT FIND<br /> A LONG LOST LETTER.<br /> IN A NEW BOOK, YOU MIGHT FIND<br /> A LETTER THAT SOMEONE SLIPPED INSIDE<br /> FOR SOME UNSUSPECTING PERSON TO FIND.<br /> YOU MIGHT FIND SOME KNOWLEDGE<br /> OR WISDOM SHARED BY THE AUTHOR.<br /> YOU MIGHT EVEN LAUGH OR CRY.<br /> YOU WILL NEVER KNOW UNLESS<br /> YOU OPEN A BOOK.

WHO LOVES TO READ?

WHEN YOU OPEN A BOOK,

YOU NEVER KNOW

WHAT YOU MIGHT FIND INSIDE.

IN AN OLD BOOK, YOU MIGHT FIND

A LONG LOST LETTER.

IN A NEW BOOK, YOU MIGHT FIND

A LETTER THAT SOMEONE SLIPPED INSIDE

FOR SOME UNSUSPECTING PERSON TO FIND.

YOU MIGHT FIND SOME KNOWLEDGE

OR WISDOM SHARED BY THE AUTHOR.

YOU MIGHT EVEN LAUGH OR CRY.

YOU WILL NEVER KNOW UNLESS

YOU OPEN A BOOK.

Susanne Leist

Susanne Leist
It took me six long years to write my book. I must have read and edited each sentence over ten times. When I finally reached the point where I felt that I couldn’t edit anymore on my own, I submitted my book to be professionally edited. With this accomplished, I was ready to publish. No one had read my book besides my editor. When it was released on Amazon and Barnes & Noble, I felt proud of it like a parent but also afraid that no one was going to buy it. A month later…I’m still waiting to exhale.