To understand and reconnect with our stories, the stories of the ancestors, is to build our identities.
If you have a book, you have a friend.
We all belong to an ancient identity. Stories are the rivers that take us there.
Kitchens are for conversation. They're not just for cooking; they're for conversations.
Writers have opinions - that, in part, is why they write. Therefore they have strong likes and dislikes.
First a piece of Irish wisdom: you should always listen to a bookie. For they have a saying, 'Money tells a good story,' and somewhere in their odds is a kind of science-fiction existentialism that decrees that we, the people, know everything. In other words, betting patterns often make for good, unconscious soothsaying.