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Jax Peters Lowell

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Jax Peters Lowell Martha and George from Albee's play, Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf. They are not lovable and we do not root for them, far from it, but their rage and…moreMartha and George from Albee's play, Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf. They are not lovable and we do not root for them, far from it, but their rage and pain is so interesting, so brilliantly done. Writing characters like that is nothing less than a tour de force.(less)
Jax Peters Lowell I do not sit at the keyboard and worry a story to death. I understand that I am chewing over a larger problem in the book and need to solve it before…moreI do not sit at the keyboard and worry a story to death. I understand that I am chewing over a larger problem in the book and need to solve it before moving forward again. Sometimes I work on another story or write a poem, maybe a guest blog about living gluten free. The best solution for me is to do something mindless like cleaning my desk or something requiring total concentration like tennis. This frees the brain to operate without me (always a good idea). A few days later, bang. Off I go. (less)
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“A good cry is like a good rain.... Afterwards everything is washed clean, and for awhile, you can see for miles.”
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“Thank you American Library Association for naming The Gluten-Free Revolution one of the "Top 10 Food Books of 2014" Thrilled to share this honor with Alice Waters, Mark Bittman, Ruth Reichl, Mario Batali, Bobby Flay, et al”
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“I believe that forgiveness given prematurely is its own form of punishment. When the hand is offered before the heart says it's time, judgment lurks behind every smile.”
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“Thank you American Library Association for naming The Gluten-Free Revolution one of the "Top 10 Food Books of 2014" Thrilled to share this honor with Alice Waters, Mark Bittman, Ruth Reichl, Mario Batali, Bobby Flay, et al”
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“In this world
we walk on the roof of hell
gazing at flowers”
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