Bob Dylan once wrote, “Nobody can sing the blues like Blind Willie McTell.” Who am I to argue with that?
In 1970 Dr. Roger Searle Payne released an album featuring some of the biggest singers of all time — and I don’t mean Elvis, The Beatles or Frank Sinatra. Payne recorded whales. Humpback whales.
Here’s the headline: Hyperboles (hi-PER-bow-lees) are the best, greatest, most-wonderful, super-duper way to get a reader’s attention!
“A book is a dream that you hold in your hand.” ― Neil Gaiman