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“The truth is a beautiful and terrible thing, and should therefore be treated with great caution.” ― J.K. Rowling, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child

Me, picking up the book and trying not to devour it in one sitting.  Majorly failed at that.
Me, picking up the book and trying not to devour it in one sitting. Majorly failed at that.

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“If you can think of anything more terrifying than that happening to you in the middle of the night, then let’s hear about it.” ― Roald Dahl

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I fully believe that the parts of my sometimes weird personality that are the weirdest are as a direct result from worshiping Roald Dahl as a child. I will only take responsibility for, or blame my family for, so much.   After that, it’s all Dahl. From Matilda to Fantastic Mr. Fox to Charlie and the Chocolate Factory to James and the Giant Peach, I devoured these books over and over all through my childhood, and… let’s just be honest here, to this day. Dahl was a weirdo and a genius and is partially responsible for my addiction to reading and I will write until I die trying to pay homage to him.

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