⚡️💙🎸Grateful Guitar Straps dropping next week! Limited run of 26 straps will be available on the Wovenfree website. All vintage mint Deadstock💀 materials. The⚡️Bolt labels are original GD labels from the 50th anniversary shows. All Handmade in the USA🇺🇸 Comment ‘Deadstock’ & we’ll put you on the list & get you all details🌹💀💙 #AlwaysGrateful#Wovenfree
⚡️Cinco de Mayo on The Rocks⚡️Our bro @mycombs42 in his new coat during the @leftoversalmonmusic set at Red Rocks last weekend, just before @phillesh took the stage with @terrapinfamilyband !!! Who else was out there? We sure wish we were!🔻💀💙 #AlwaysGrateful#Wovenfree
✌🏾Brown Coat + Black Cats🖤 This has been the guys favorite so far. We shipped our first batch last week & the next is almost complete. If you’re waiting for yours expect to hear from us any day. We’re beyond happy w/ how they’re coming out! Look out for hidden ‘hieroglyphs’ in the pyramid💀 We’re prepping to run 1 more batch of these so let us know if interested. Look out for a unique twist on this jacket soon🔻⚡️ #Wovenfree#AlwaysGrateful
"The glory of a good tale is that it is limitless and fluid; a good tale belongs to each reader in its own particular way... I write for only two reasons: to please myself and to please others." - 1989
"As for me, I was delighted to discover my old friends had a little more to say. It was a great gift to find them again, years after I thought their stories were told." - 2011
(Me too, Steve! Me too!!)
clearly all the King fans are using his forewords for today's #circleofbookishfriends prompt (A favorite "forward" 😂😂), and they aren't wrong! King has a way of speaking directly to the reader that not only brings us closer to the story, but deeper into his thought processes as well. I remember the first time I actually paid attention to one of his forewords - I was so startled when it seemed like he was talking directly to me! .
of course all the forewords to the Dark Tower books are wonderful, but I scanned through some of his other books and these lines from the uncut version of The Stand really jumped out at me.
also apologies if my posts are a little King-heavy - in December I finished reading all of his books chronologically so he is still heavy on my mind! I promise I will try to use non-SK books.. if I can.
6 days and 1000 pages later, I've finally finished The Stand. I love end of the world type stories so I just burned through this one way quicker than expected. The first part of the story is fantastic, it follows the start of the outbreak and the spread of disease. The adventure road trip stuff was cool but the ending was a let down. I don't want to spoil anything but I think it was wrapped up way too quick. The 100 or so pages after that were great and it went some way to redeeming the earlier disappointment.
I'm pretty sure that the only giant Stephen King book I have left to read is Under the dome now. I'm not too excited to read that one after seeing the horrendous TV show. There's a lot of bad King adaptations so I'll give it the benefit of the doubt for now.
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#halfstepholidays | Happy 75th Bicycle Day, the day that Dr. Albert Hoffman synthesized LSD and had a magical ride. His reactions of that experience: “I suddenly became strangely inebriated. The external world became changed as in a dream. Objects appeared to gain inrelief; they assumed unusual dimensions; and colors became more glowing. Even self-perception and the sense of time were changed. When the eyes were closed, colored pictures flashed past in a quickly changing kaleidoscope. After a few hours, the not unpleasant inebriation, which had been experienced whilst I was fully conscious, disappeared. What had caused this condition?” #bicycleday#alberthoffman#LSD#captaintrips#perforated