Tuesday, November 10, 2009

3 comments:

Corey Lansdell said...

My wife and I love Sarah Stewart and David Small’s work. This book will be a must have for me I think. His work is so inspirational to me. He seems to be a master of creating tone and mood and creates so much character depth through his work.

Though this sounds like a saddening read I can’t help but be compelled to read it. I think the fact that he had these struggles in his life add to the value and creditability of the gentleness, sensitivity and warmth in his work.

Thanks for the post

Corey

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reading woman said...

Corey Lansdell said...

My wife and I love Sarah Stewart and David Small’s work. This book will be a must have for me I think. His work is so inspirational to me. He seems to be a master of creating tone and mood and creates so much character depth through his work.

Though this sounds like a saddening read I can’t help but be compelled to read it. I think the fact that he had these struggles in his life add to the value and creditability of the gentleness, sensitivity and warmth in his work.

Thanks for the post

Corey

sanjeet said...

I think the fact that he had these struggles in his life add to the value and creditability of the gentleness,

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