So Monday came and went and now it's Wednesday. Some weeks are weird like that.
Since I'm late in posting this week's GALM (GALW doesn't work the same way), I will post two quotes that I enjoyed this week. The first is from In The Woods by Tana French. This passage from the prologue describes the woods:
Its silence is a pointillist conspiracy of a million tiny noises--rustles, flurries, nameless truncated shrieks; its emptiness teems with secret life, scurrying just beyond the corner of your eye.
The second one, of a totally different style, is from Frank Portman's King Dork:
At moments like these, it's hard to tell whether you're being too paranoid or just paranoid enough.Nandini, my supportive friend came back last week and offered this quote from WHERE THE MOUNTAIN MEETS THE MOON, by Grace Lin.
As he glanced upward, he realized the courtyard was like a well for the sky--the stars and night seemed to flow into it endlessly.What caught you this week?