Say if I have a book of approximately two hundred pages… you can assume that there were six hundred. So, there’s always an overflow into the next book. In other words, my selection of materials is often rather arbitrary. Sometimes things that should have gone in, didn’t go in, and sometimes what was selected for publication is not as good as what was left out. In a sense, it’s all one book. All my books are all one book.
Time to put this into practice.
The Little Street - Johannes Vermeer
J.R.R Tolkien, looking at flowers.
Apparently people hated to go for walks with him because he would stop and look at every tree for like 20 minutes.
EXPLAINS THE BOOKS
I have friends like that and they’re the BEST because I can say “explain what you’re looking at on that tree” and then I generally learn cool things.