If you thought we were the only writers that had such worries, think again . . . Aristotle had to worry about his work being erased, recycling gone astray.
Papyrus, paper was in short supply and so it was reused . . . A work of his was found under a medieval Christian prayer book.
Book burnings, censorship, recycling and libraries still throw out books. Ever ask yourself, where do books go to die? Where do they reside in the after life?
Ever wonder why first editions become so expensive? What happened to all the great works in the Alexander Library? They were thrown out or burnt.
Dreams are yours to Share
My Books: The World Outside My Window, AuthorHouse, 2004
Soon to come, Sleepless Nights
Links: Dreams Are Yours To Share
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