When I am bored and lonely I re-read Beth Revis’ books and live in another world. Well… until she kills me off in the second one. The ghost of me watches over everyone in the third…
I miss creative writing club with this lady…
Mehhhh REVISSSSSS come to Western.
Proof that I only kill my former students ON PAPER. I mean, except that one time…
one of my favorite scenes of any book ever.
“The Doctor. The man who makes people better”.
Spot the difference: for nearly all of them, they thought they were worthless, and the Doctor proved them wrong. Except Martha. The Doctor thought she was worth less, and she proved him wrong.
Who cares about Kevin Bacon? Pretty sure Six Degrees of Julie Andrews is much more fun + more classy + awesome.
Writing gives you the illusion of control, and then you realize it’s just an illusion, that people are going to bring their own stuff into it.
David Sedaris (via dduane)
I like to think of it as being in partnership with the reader: Together, we create something new each time!
But it was a shock when I first realized this.