'[T]his is a record of hate far more than of love.' -Maurice Bendrix (p. 7)Set during and after World War II, The End of the Affair is about three self-obsessed people and their struggle for love. Because they are unable to look beyond their own needs, they fail to obtain love and end up hating themselves and the person they think they love.
Linda: Attraction is only a very small part of love.
Linda: Who can say that you can't love more than one person. Why should you be judged harshly?
Linda: Of its time--especially how he writes about women.
December on this blog...
I've stuffed a lot of stuff in this short month--two lists, three short stories, and a book review.
December 1 (list)
A list of positive book quotes to guide you through this challenging month.
December 8 (short story)
I wasn't always the fine example of humanity I am now.
You won't be after you read this short story inspired by a true event.
Please don't judge me too harshly.
December 15 (book review)
The Little Paris Bookshop
If you love books... If you have a romantic soul... If you struggling to reclaim your life... This book is for you.
December 22 (short story)
A Christmas Present
A true story inspired by one of my favourite Christmas presents.
December 24 (short story)
Christmas with Family
This short story is about how my desire to be with family for Christmas resulted in my husband and me becoming stuck in the snow on a rural island--and how we solved the problem.
December 29 (list)
2019: Your Favourites
What you loved about my blog in 2019--based on your clicked links (page views).