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Printed from https://www.writing.com/main/books/entry_id/817901-This-day-in-history
by RICH
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#817901 added June 9, 2014 at 10:15am
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This day in history.

May 26, 1897: Dracula goes on sale in London
The first copies of the classic vampire novel Dracula, by Irish writer Bram Stoker.

It became a great success, the other stories by Stoker still fills the bookshelves.


Consider a general idea, very few authors have achieved success with more than a few books.
The classic writers did not have the modern movie industry to promote their works.

A few were chosen as outstanding, such as Shakespeare, Austen, and Poe.
Most movies are based on some one's work.

Steinbeck, London ... the list is long.

Waiting, waiting, waiting ...
Watches the clock by the calender, Wednesday 4th - another D-day.
Another piece of the puzzle, another move on the board, this game may never end.
Still - it looks positive; unless that one has another agenda, it would be a pity if it was to be.
Round number (?) I have forgotten ...

Monday again, and the waiting game goes on.

We are creatures of tomorrow, we live for tomorrow -
when you lose all hope, then you live in the day, the moment.





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