The Spirit of Stories Picture

It's a funny thing about drawing. When I attempted to draw a group pic, it wouldn't come out, and then I rage-quitted this idea and began the new one. And it went on automatically... But it's not about that.

"If houses, forests and rivers have spirits, why stories can't?" (the written quote)
It's my very own image of the spirit of stories (and books), whom I called Smith Who Writes a Long Letter (because of the first lines of the poem I heard once: "They see me as Smith - Who writes the letter of enormous width..."). And I added a little approval that he's a spirit. One little obvious thing... *heehee*

The books on the shelves are mostly the real-existent ones. Titles mentioned:
The Selection
The Maze Runner
I Am Legend
The Twilight Zone
The Hunger Games (those five books in this very order are on the shelf closest to his head)
White Fang
The Chrysalids
History of Middle Ages
Greek Mythology
One Thousand and One Nights
Chinese Legends
Fahrenheit 451
The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes
A Study in Scarlet
The Phantom of the Opera
Alice in Wonderland
The Hitch-Hiker's Guide to the Galaxy
Brave New World
Dandelion Wine
Time Patrol
Animal Farm
Gulliver's Travels
Cloud Atlas
The Sleeper Wakes
Lord of the Rings
The Catcher in the Rye
Night Watch
Before I Fall
The Invisible Man
I, Robot
The War of the Worlds
Caerdroia (sorry, couldn't resist...)
A Christmas Carol

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