Mirror, Mirror, On My Car by Robert Stanley Swiatek

By Robert Stanley Swiatek

Like the disguise of this e-book, fact is black and white. the best way we lives our lives relative to it, is extra effectively defined as grey. "Mirror, reflect On My vehicle" takes a glance at what fact is and the way we discover it. there's exact emphasis on the way it impacts a author - even if in books or within the information. because the booklet illustrates, fact is a sophisticated topic.

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From my years of writing and receiving comments on my books, it seems that there is no easy way of obtaining reviews and even those of the critics will be reflective of some type of subjectivity. After all, as pointed out by Barbara Kingsolver in a wonderful book of essays, Small Wonder, critics are human beings and everyone faces a bad day from time to time. This has to affect what a critic will write. Objectivity is almost impossible to achieve. It just can’t be helped. On Saturday, February 21, 2009, I received a thank you note for sending a company that reviews books, my 2008 offering, Take Back The Earth – The Dumb, Greedy Incompetents Have Trashed It.

Of course, it really won’t accomplish much by begging them for a book review. I should also add that for any book, you won’t find that every reader will rave over it. If so, something is amiss, and it doesn’t matter who wrote the book. This certainly applies to the critics and there have been occasions when those people wrote a review that may have left some writer abandoning the field of writing forever. Here, I’m referring to one occasion in which the reviewer did not care in the least for my creation.

On other occasions, she has been right on the money, and I really enjoyed both the critique and movie. However, reality really hit home when she wasn’t that entertained by the 1965 offering, The Sound Of Music. Perhaps she just wasn’t a big fan of Julie Andrews or Christopher Plummer, or didn’t like yodeling, but I truly enjoyed that wonderful movie. Another movie a few years after that one that she reviewed was the 1969 offering, The Secret Of Santa Vittoria. It starred Anthony Quinn and Anna Magnani, and I watched it in early 2009 on a cable channel in Buffalo with a new all-movie format.

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