Paper stories carve inky fingerprints on my soul,
expanding my balloon heart,
lifting it to helium heights.
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This was written in response to the… 11 more words
I don’t know about you, but I still have a lot of fear about putting my writing out in the world.
I’m working on it, and I… 448 more words
Down to earth and inspiring. Good for any level of writer to read; a sweet reminder that doubt is natural, but don't ever lose your passion.
This is wonderful news, at least for big fans of Anton Chekhov (like me).
Fun facts about Daphne du Maurier, author of Rebecca
1. A number of classic films owe their existence to Daphne du Maurier. Quite a few of the novels and short stories of Daphne du Maurier (1907-89) have been turned into popular films – Alfred Hitchcock was especially a fan of her work and adapted Jamaica Inn, 493 more words
Countless beautiful stories have erupted from people who are brave enough to share their feminist experiences. Dialogue is powerful, a weapon that is more deadly the more you sharpen it—but try to break a glass ceiling by “sharing experiences” and you’ve got another thing coming. 526 more words