RKS Quote of the Day: “Nine Perfect Strangers”

“That particular group of solidly married friends was meant to envy her, or they’d pretend to envy her anyway, for all those years, but it seemed that being childless and single in your thirties was very different from being childless and single in your fifties. No longer glamorous. Now kind of tragic.” Liane Moriarty “Continue reading “RKS Quote of the Day: “Nine Perfect Strangers””

RKS Quote of the Day: “Confessions of a Shopaholic”

“That moment. That instant when your fingers curl round the handles of a shiny, uncreased bag-and all the gorgeous new things inside it become yours. What’s it like? It’s like going hungry for days, then cramming your mouth full of warm buttered toast. It’s like waking up and realizing it’s the weekend. It’s like theContinue reading “RKS Quote of the Day: “Confessions of a Shopaholic””

RKS Quote of the Day: “Little Fires Everywhere”: Celeste Ng

“All her life she had learned that passion, like fire, was a dangerous thing. It so easily went out of control. It scaled walls and jumped over trenches. Sparks leapt like fleas and spread as rapidly:  a breeze could carry embers for miles. Better to control that spark and pass it carefully from one generationContinue reading “RKS Quote of the Day: “Little Fires Everywhere”: Celeste Ng”

RKS Quote of the Day: José Saramago

“Why did we become blind, I don’t know, Perhaps one day we’ll find out, Do you want me to tell you what I think, Yes do, I don’t think we went blind, I think we are blind, Blind but seeing, Blind people who can see, but do not see.” José Saramago (1922-2010) “Blindness”, Harcourt BraceContinue reading RKS Quote of the Day: José Saramago