Christopher G. Moore Updates: 30 May 2014

Dear Friend,

Thanks for opening my newsletter.

Here’s a message from a writer I’ve long admired:

“It can be very dangerous to see things from somebody else's point of view without the proper training.” —Douglas Adams

You can read my essay titled Silence by clicking here.

On the theme of Silence, another quote from Adams:

“There was a terribly ghastly silence.
There was a terribly ghastly noise.
There was a terribly ghastly silence.” —Douglas Adams

Meanwhile, word of advice: never allow yourself to be caught inside a Vogon airlock as you never know what part of the universe you’ll end up in next.

Oh, yes, one more thing. Buy one of my books: Fear and Loathing in Bangkok (prophetic title) or The Marriage Tree (Working on a revised title: The Divorced Bamboo). Links below await your spontaneous decision to buy a book. Thanks for all of the fish.

Best,
Christopher

   
 

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