Life got crazy busy, and since I'm heading out of town next week I'm taking a couple weeks off. I'll see you somewhere in the last half of June.
For your entertainment I'll leave you with this link. Be prepared, you could spend a bit of time there. It's a series where authors talk about their favorite literary passages and how those influenced their own writing. It's quite fascinating really.
One of my favorite passages is from Anna Karenina. It's the chapter where Levin harvests grain with the peasants. It's been years since I read it but I remember thinking how beautiful and uplifting it was. I'm a much different person now so I don't know if I would feel the same way if I read it now, which is why I'm a little afraid to read it again.
Do you have any favorite passages that have influenced you?