If all you can do is crawl, start crawling– Rumi (via fuckyeahrumi)
nprfreshair: Rule #7: Writer’s block is a tool…use it. Colson Whitehead’s Rules to The Art of Writing Ah! So many interesting posts on writing today!
John Green's tumblr: On Having Figured Out the... →
fishingboatproceeds: “Why, for example, do the great writers use anticipation instead of surprise? Because surprise is merely an instrument of the unusual, whereas anticipation of a consequence enlarges our understanding of what is happening. Look at a point of land over which the sun is certain to rise, Coleridge… This is worth talking about.
mortisia asked: Oh hello there glad you post a comment, i feel honored finding people who studied Greek. Ancient greek are so difficult language and good for you :D that you did it!
With composure he did what was necessary.– Hermann Hesee Rosshalde
Here, though, at the crest of the Gandy Bridge on... →
onthemedia: Tampa Bay reporter Ben Montgomery decides to spend a week walking everywhere in his car-centric city. Blisters and good writing ensue. !
At some point, after all, the mutation of values has to express itself; and why...– Kim Stanley Robinson Blue Mars
Everything dies someday. Better to die thinking that you’re going to miss...– Kim Stanley Robinson Blue Mars
"I am appalled, even horrified, that you have... →
onthemedia: When CNN founder Ted Turner told his dad that he’d decided to major in Classics, his father sent him a letter expressing his disappointment. Ted Turner’s father was apparently an ass. He goes on and on about his son’s education making him (that is Ted) a snob. But he does it in the snobbiest damn letter I’ve ever read. It makes so little sense; Mr. Turner’s...