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If Death is your father, you don't ever have to worry about what part of his body the disease will strike next. If Death is your lover, you don't have to be afraid that he will ever leave you.

Francesca Lia Block


The inability to open up to hope is what blocks trust, and blocked trust is the reason for blighted dreams.

Elizabeth Gilbert

#dreams #trust #dreams

Writing is hard. Not as hard as not writing. Not writing is torturous, bloody, chaotic and a gruesome winless battle. A writer who writes, knows peace, lives connected to truth. Not writing is ache, betrayal, death of the soul and imagination.

Coco J. Ginger

#betrayal #death #imagination #jamie-weise #love

As a columnist, I realize that whatever amount of corruption I expose, half my readers will block it out, although they may get a frisson of joy in the process.

Margaret Carlson

#amount #block #columnist #corruption #expose

If your wife locks you out of the house, you don't have a problem with your door.

Anne Lamott

#writer-s-block #writing #life

I gradually realized that I was seeing another example of creative ebb, another step by another art on the road that may indeed end in extinction.

Stephen King

#extinction #writer-s-block #writing #writing-process #art

...if you've got writer's block, you aren't empty - maybe it's just like Twitter - overwhelmed, and loading seems to be taking a while...

John Geddes

#twitter-quotes #wisdom-quote #writer #writer-s-block #writers-quotes

Over analysis leads to paralysis

Rebecca Jane


What shall we do, all of us? All of us oassionate girls who fear crushing the boys we love with our mouths like caverns of teeth, our mushrooming brains, our watermelon hearts?

Francesca Lia Block

#francesca-lia-block #love #love

One thing I knew about the novelist’s task: when in doubt, write; when empty, write; when afraid, write. Nothing is more impenetrable than the blank page. The blank page is the void, the absence of sense and feeling, the white light of literary death.

Philip Sington


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