I’m back on track, ready to be destroyed again.” —Lykke Li– Fader Magazine Pics / Interview - Lykke-Li.Net
The writer is all alone. He has only himself—just like a little kitten.– V.S. Naipaul: The Constant Critic, the Lover of Animals - The Atlantic
Why "oh well" should become an author's favorite... →
“You have to let the sold book go, and let it become what it’s going to become. Release it, like a kite. It’ll fly or it will fall, but it’s out of your hands.”
There Comes a Moment When You Can’t Deny… →
…that people are about to read your book. If they want to. That people will open your book to the first page and start with the first sentence, and hopefully go on from there, and you can’t keep it close anymore, this book you wrote that started as a story for you and you only, this piece of writing you’ve loved and labored over, this piece of you. It’s too late now to delay showing people...
The First Yes of 2011 →
My first yes of 2011 came early this week.
The Last Yes of 2010 →
The year 2010 ended for me on a yes.
I fucking loved books. I loved them in a way that I can never love them again,...– PANK Blog / This Modern Writer: Kinderwhoring