Anonymous asked: Completed Gingiva yesterday and was quite impressed. Your work has an extraordinary, bewitchingly rare quality. It's clear you've garnered a passel of fans already, with good reason I might add. It is your abilities as a wordsmith that set you apart from the rest. Knowing your reverence for the printed word, I ask who has most influenced you as a writer? Is there a coterie of authors you keep close at heart? Who do you think your fans might enjoy reading?
My literary diet is mainly composed of fringe comics, sacred texts, natural history books and a pinch of surrealist, science fiction or fantasy literature. All books pictured below reside within my house.
*Dinosaur Comics. This was part of my internet daily rounds for quite awhile.
*Hark A Vagrant
*Perry Bible Fellowship
*This is more a representative of my love for books of this type. The look of the T-Rex has changed close to seven times in the last 100 years. Look no further for definitive proof of the capriciousness of science.
*My collection is filled with these texts on nature. This is among my favorites of those I own.
*Did you know the best two best Arthur books ever written were scribed inside jail cells?
*Reading this can be laborsome, but if your only introduction to Socrates was through your teacher’s mouth you should consider meeting the man himself. Socrates believed all knowledge was remembering which is the antithesis of what you’ll learn in school.
*Don’t accept second hand tellings of the material. Empty your prejudices and read the teachings yourself.
*I am not in general satisfied with the works of Murakami. His short stories are more to my preference.