Writers start with a grain of sand, and then create a beach.
Writers begin with a grain of sand, and then create a beach.
… in art nothing is more secondary than the author’s intentions.
We write to taste life twice, in the moment and in retrospect.
I can elect something I love and absorb myself in it.
I like to let ideas simmer in my brain until they’re well done.
For the real writers, every decision is either write or wrong.
Only a generation of readers will span a generation of writers.
When speaking aloud, you punctuate constantly — with body language. Your listener hears commas, dashes, question marks, exclamation points, quotation marks as you shout, whisper, pause, wave your arms, roll your eyes, wrinkle your brow.In...