There is a mental energy in this room, discharged and accumulated from the past, which seems to exhilarate you when you enter it. Not only is it a good place to work in, but it is a good place to stop while the bathwater runs, or when dressing for dinner or waiting for breakfast, for there is always something unfinished to be gone on with there.
read post here). There I was, standing in front of her Book Room, and this quote was looking at me. I loved it. Then I saw it again in her first book, Land Below the Wind on page 27. I couldn't resist buying the book after the visit to her house.
As a person who has her own Book Room, I can relate. As a person who loves photography, I had to try really, really hard not to take any pictures while inside the house because photography is forbidden. Maybe I will seek permission from the Sandakan Heritage Trail Committee for my next visit. I love the house and the story behind it!
Please stay tuned for my book review soon.