Monthly Archives: August 2016

Quote Of The Day – H.G. Wells

Today’s Quote Of The Day comes from a Brit called Herbert George Wells, or H.G. Wells (1866-1946); a novelist, teacher, historian, journalist, writer of textbooks and wearer of big mustaches. He is best known for his science fiction novels (he … Continue reading

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Quote Of The Day – Haruki Murakami

Today’s Quote Of The Day comes from Haruki Murakami, a 67-year old contemporary Japanese novelist, short-story writer and essayist from Kyoto, Japan. His fiction and non-fiction books and stories have been bestsellers in Japan and internationally. His most notable works … Continue reading

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Quote Of The Day – Robert Frost

Today’s Quote Of The Day comes from the one and only Robert Frost, who was an American poet and he knew it, and perhaps best known for The Road Not Taken. He was also born in San Francisco, which means … Continue reading

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