Friday, April 11, 2014

Intermediate Insights: Thoughts Between Epiphany and the Commonsense


This is a collection of thoughts noted for being quotidian. The prodigy here is to produce a plethora of categories, where normally we are accustomed to very few.

Adopting a method somewhere between epiphanic wisdom and everyday fact, the writing becomes challenging. In this case, it is only a challenging writing which merits the attention of readership. That is not to say that it is not eloquent or insightful… It is the quality of boring thoughts which help us think...

It is my aim that this book could be remembered in a similar light to Aristotle’s Scientific Observations on Nature.

In this book are hints of the Letters of Montaigne and the writings of Lichtenberg. However, efforts were made to be original, to the point of madness...

The title is now available in paperback and e-book formats from Amazon HERE. And I have decided to price the e-book cheaper than my other e-books, in case anyone is worried about that.

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