"I’ve read some stories where it’s difficult to tell where the story stops and I begin. Those are the best stories."—TBV
(Source: giselebechauf, via thesensualstarfish)
(Source: lucyhepburnholiday, via davidjwest)
A perfect way to start your morning.
(Source: dailyexhale, via justlikethefringeonmyboots)
Whenever I have endured or accomplished some difficult task — such as watching television, going out socially or sleeping — I always look forward to rewarding myself with the small pleasure of getting back to my typewriter and writing something. — Isaac Asimov
A novelist has to know enough about a subject to fool the passenger next to him on an airplane. — David Foster Wallace
Alan Moore finishes million-word novel Jerusalem -
Watchmen and V for Vendetta author has previously said ‘I have doubted that people will even be able to pick it up’
I love Alan Moore’s work. Can’t wait to see this work published!
Those who write are writers. Those who wait are waiters. ― A. Lee Martinez — [I’ve been both and I can tell you, waiters have it easier, just ask the writers about that.]
If you don’t read a book for Read a Book Day, how will you tell everyone you already knew what was going to happen when it eventually gets turned into a TV show?
Or a movie, for that matter.
I’m fundamentally, I think, an outsider. I do my best work and feel most braced with my back to the wall. It’s an odd feeling, though, writing against the current: difficult entirely to disregard the current. Yet of course I shall. — Virginia Woolf, from a diary entry (via violentwavesofemotion)
Alice Bailly - Self-Portrait, 1917. Oil on canvas, 81 cm (31.89 in.) x 60 cm (23.62 in.). Kunstmuseum Bern, Switzerland