the ocean at different places at the same beach on the same day.

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“What’s that?” I asked. “Water,” the Dutchman said. “Well, and time.”

“What’s that?” I asked. 
“Water,” the Dutchman said. “Well, and time.”


Conjoiner, rejoinder, poisoner, concealer, revelator


Q
Was there any live inspiration for your book An Imperial Affliction?
Anonymous
A

"It is at any rate a pleasure to meet such ontologically improbable creatures.— Peter Van Houten

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V3r80A3FAMQ


Q
Did you ever meet John Green? Your book, An Imperial Affliction, was mentioned in John Green's The Fault In Our Stars.
Anonymous
A

John and I have never spoken face to face. We do, however, share an understanding of the significance of time and how the significance of our lives is determined by how one’s time touches the folds in the fabric of other’s.

Epigraphs are like little appetizers to the great entrée of a story. They illuminate important aspects of the story, and they get us headed in the right direction.” ~ [http://www.shmoop.com/fault-in-our-stars/epigraph.html]

#fishingboatproceeds


sarahburniephoto:

Hope floats, time flies.

sarahburniephoto:

Hope floats, time flies.

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Q
Why can't u just tell us whether it's a book or no
Anonymous
A

Q
i cant find it anywhere online, could you link it?
A

You shall not receive what you seek until you cease the search and learn to live without expectations.