This beautiful comment, and the observation that follows it, was posted this morning by Facebook friend, Donna Belleson. Such kind words to start the day. And of course I mention Facebook only for reference. No medium, however large or pervasive, can contain the human spirit.
I just finished William Michaelian’s first novel, A Listening Thing. I picked it up and could not put it down (except to let the dogs out — they were grateful). Reading this book was a bit like my first experience with sushi... while taking the first couple of bites, I was not quite so sure of what I was getting into, but I kept eating because it was so beautiful... and strangely delicious. In the end, I was filled to the brim, but still comfortable in my jeans. Looking forward to the next plateful, William. This was a five tilde read ~~~~~
Your brand of humor flows effortlessly... even before reading your book, those who know you can feel that it comes from ‘beyond thought’. To me, that place beyond thought is where personal genius patiently, or sometimes impatiently, resides awaiting our notice. If we are fortunate enough to find it, and then to be able to tap that gift and present it in in a form that can be absorbed by others, this is art. Thanks for sharing yours...
Thank you, Donna.