From a 1966 interview between Vladimir Nabokov and Alfred Appel, Jr., originally published in Wisconsin Studies in Contemporary Literature and reprinted in Strong Opinions.
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Sarah Orne Jewett: “God would not give us the same talent if what were right for men were wrong for women.”
Eduardo Galeano: “If nature were a bank they would already have rescued it.” 17 more words
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1. Publishing three articles a day yet spending three days drafting the perfect date follow-up text.
2. Thinking about how you’ll describe a relationship in your memoir while it’s still happening. 395 more words
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Remembering having a blast with these lovely ladies at my studio in Sherman Oaks for Beth Bornstein Dunnington’s Big Island Writers’ Workshop :)
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I just want to be real. Just because I love God, doesn’t mean I’m perfect and have it all together because I’ll be the first one to admit that I don’t. 254 more words
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Of Lilies And Marshmallow
Maybe there really is someone who won’t care,
if you tie your hair around like a bun or leave it open.
He’d think you are cute even with a messy hairstyle, 166 more words
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by Lawrence J. J. Leonard
Some of the best First Lines of books I have enjoyed:
1813 – It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a single man in possession of a good fortune, must be in want of a wife. 200 more words
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