One of the coolest things about touring around, actually, is getting to meet people, and getting to pick up on things that other people like. So many times, people come up to me after a reading and say, ‘You must have read this,’ or ‘You must have seen this,’ or ‘Do you listen to this?’...
Just write. That’s my only tip. And read. I guess that’s two.
I didn’t read the book on how to be a well-adjusted celebrity.
Don’t we have to live a little first? And read later?
Kalo nggak nulis, ya baca. Kalo nggak baca, ya nonton film saja lah.
My message for all my readers is: Don’t believe in those who claim that youth is a passing disease you just have to get rid of. Don’t believe, that maturity is a goal and an asset to go after. Nothing will ever be ready, that is what makes life interesting. Read!
You should’ve thought of that before becoming a fireman.””Thought!” he said. “Was I given a choice? I was raised to think the best thing in the world is not to read. The best thing is television and radio and ball games and a home I can’t afford and, Good Lord, now, only now I realize...
On getting lost in a book. Set adriftA life unknownConnections formLove is sewn
Butterfly causing a tsunami with on beat of its wing.
If I’d waited until I was well rested to read, I never would have read anything.
Many who resort to crime ultimately can’t read or write.
I don’t read my reviews, but I have a bunch of them and I will when I’m 80.
Good books make you ask questions. Bad readers want everything answered.
I liked to read but, being a dancer, I didn’t have a lot of time to read.
Reading, for me, is like this: consumptive, pleasing, calming, as much as edifying. It’s how I feel after a good dinner. That’s why I do it so often: It feels wonderful. The book is mind and I insert myself into it, cover it entire, ear my way through every last slash and dot. That’s something...