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Read your children fairy tales!
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You just can’t argue with Albert Einstein. šŸ™‚

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Quote of the Weekend

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I made this back when I was working on my Rooglewood Snow White Retelling story. I was a finalist in this contest and this was the theme of my story. I love fairy tales that reward kindness and make the choice for others over self.

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Start reading fairy tales again!
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I just love this quote. There is a middle point in life where you think you’re above the simple pleasure of snuggling up with a fairy tale. Then, you grow up, and start reading them again.

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I had to include this quote because it is basically my story. If you read my article earlier in the month, you will see how true this is. Are you into Steampunk? Is this true of your journey as well? Or did you just skip the goth stage and jump right into adventure?

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Another popular writer amongst the Steampunk group is Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, and from this quote you can see why. Are you a fan of Doyle? Have you read beyond his Sherlock series?

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You can’t get more steampunk than Jules Verne. It’s not so much that he was Steampunk himself, but that he embodies much of the steampunk spirit. Do you love Jules Vern? Which of his books is your favorite?

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832a8e357f72bd542ea3d443c1973e49I found this on Pinterest, but apparently it originated on Flickr and is by Rose Capulet. I love it because it sums up the beauty of Steampunk. Steampunk soaks in the sense of adventure found at the turn of the last century when Cowboys still rode the west and mummies were just being excavated. What a time to live!