Thoughts On Writing Quotes

Quotes tagged as "thoughts-on-writing" Showing 1-17 of 17
Neil Gaiman
“I'd love to write some porn, but I don't know if I have the right engines. When I was a young man and I was tempted to write porn, imaginary parents would appear over my shoulder and read what I was writing; just about the point that I managed to banish the imaginary parents, real children would lean over my shoulder and read what I was writing.”
Neil Gaiman

Teresa Mummert
“There is no greater feeling of accomplishment than to create a world that solely exists in your imagination and be able to pull someone into this hidden place inside of my thoughts. To make someone care for a person that has manifested from my dreams, to make them hate me for putting them in danger, and for them to ask to be taken on another journey with me when it is all said and done is why I write.”
Teresa Mummert

Diana Rose Morcilla
“Put emotions to thoughts. Thoughts to words. Words to paragraphs. Paragraphs to pictures. Let your mind be known, heard and seen. Your thoughts are real as it could be.”
Happy Positivity

J.E.B. Spredemann
“If a picture is worth a thousand words, then the imagination is worth a thousand pictures.”
J.E.B. Spredemann

“We become the product of our recurrent thoughts. Writing is one method of explicating upon our thoughts, condensing multiple scenes, times, and ideas, and editing our fragmented beliefs.”
Kilroy J. Oldster, Dead Toad Scrolls

Jason Stadtlander
“To you, it's a book to read - a nicely printed stack of paper with a beautiful cover. To me, it's a living, breathing thing that I have invested my heart and soul in. It's much more than a stack of paper to me. It's my imagination - come alive in your hand.”
Jason P. Stadtlander

Markus Zusak
“I collect my thoughts as if they will stain me, murder me, and then resurrect me.”
Markus Zusak, When Dogs Cry
Markus Zusak, Getting the Girl

“Always carry with you a pen and a notebook or a journal to write the thoughts that flashes in a moments.”
Lailah GiftyAkita

Melanie Kilsby
“Aww, the sound of waves crashing along the ocean side and spraying back up to touch the wind only for a moment, then to fall back down becoming the ocean once more...”
Melanie Kilsby

Paul Morabito
“Blankly expressing oneself can be stronger than words.”
Paul Morabito, Poetic Delusions

Chloe Rebekah
“I realised throughout writing, that realistic can appear unrealistic in reality. What you may think is unbelievable is in fact someone's life.”
Chloe Rebekah, A Woman’s Worth?

Holly Michael
“If I could turn my thoughts into spoken words and share them with someone, they’d become real and mean something. Now, they were only lines that could be erased when I didn’t feel them anymore or hopeful thoughts that, like shadows, would disappear when the sun went away. - Rebecca Meyer, Crooked Lines”
Holly Michael, Crooked Lines

Ben Abix
“Learned and sociological accepted lines, boundaries, internal perimeters, and partitions diminish the creative space within our minds' that is poised and ready.”
Ben Abix

“I never said that I was going to write a literary masterpiece. I just wanted to write something to make people feel something, hopefully in the nether regions.”
Jennifer Lassalle Edwards