I loved arriving in the bookstore first thing in the morning, where the streets...– Godmother by Carolyn Turgeon
There are so many writers scattered across time.
Genre writing class homework is: a) Have a complete draft to workshop next week. b) Find a genre magazine relevant to your short story and approach this assignment as if you were submitting it to that magazine. Anyone know any good fantasy oriented magazines? Although I think the story I’m working on at the moment is leaning towards urban fantasy. Also, are there any good speculative...
There should be more books about what happens afterwards. After you graduate high school and are set adrift into the world geared towards working or studying. I think that is a lost period where the future is meant to be infinite but uncertainty grows in bouts like a strange cold. I’d like to read a story about that change since we’re in the middle of it.
We work in our own darkness a great deal with little real knowledge of what we...– John Steinbeck (via express-media)
Every book has a soul, the soul of the person who wrote it and the soul of those...– Carlos Ruiz Zafon (The Angel’s Game)
The Badger Rampant by Will Wildman →
harrypotterconfessions: “No one is born as great as they are going to be. No amount of talent can replace study and practice” An incredibly smart essay (it’s not that long but I dont have a better word) about hufflepuff traits and how people are talented because of the work they put into their talent. Great read for members of any house, even if you disagree with some of it. excerpts: ...