Savannah Thorne- There was something deep to voodoo, something that spoke to him in sparks of his blood. He wished he knew its secrets. It called to him, wanting him to follow the intricate tracery of its veins, to be lost in its shadows and never come back.
Savannah Thorne- There were so many stories about the graveyard: It was haunted, Satanists sacrificed animals there, strange lights had been seen and tinkling noises heard. It had attained a mythic status not just in my neighborhood; the whole
By: Savannah Thorne-There was something about the idea of the carnival that was an arrow in the heart.
By: Savannah Thorne
“If you are writing without zest, without gusto, without live, without fun, you are only half a writer. It means you are so busy keeping one eye on the commercial market, or one ear peeled for the avant-garde coterie, that you are not being yourself. For the first thing a writer should be is–excited. He should be a thing of fevers and enthusiasms.”-Ray Bradbury
By Savannah Thorne
“How relevant does…faith in the future of the novel appear today… [T]he greatest challenge to the novel in our time has been the movies and television. They have sapped the novel of its unique strength and stolen its producers and readers…devastatingly.”
by Savannah Thorne
One cannot help wondering if such obsessions with slim figures reinforce harmful stereotypes that thinness equals success; that the more powerful women become, the less space they are expected to take up; that to be beautiful and admirable…
When I studied for my MSIA (Master of Science, Information Assurance) degree, we were taught all aspects of information security, particularly vigilant preparedness.