Bacon and a Slow Burn

“To find true friends, Francis Bacon advises, ‘do but look upon good books.’  The metaphor fails, though, when it’s time to box up your stuff and move.  That’s when you see how many good books you have — and how many true friends you haven’t.”  — Finbar Kelly

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About Tim Prasil

A writer who specializes in speculative fiction, audio and stage drama, and a bit of humor. My current project is Help for the Haunted: 13 Vera Van Slyke Ghostly Mysteries. Vera is a ghost hunter who lives in the early 1900s. To read about one of her investigations, visit the Snazzy Downloads page of my Tim Prasil: Inventor of Persons blog at timprasil.wordpress.com. While you're there, enjoy my Finbar Every Friday series of quips.
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