Writting Quotes

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Joseph Delaney
“You can't just be reading books all the time and leave the writting of them to others.”
Joseph Delaney, Night of the Soul Stealer

James M. Cain
“You have to wait for your mind to catch up with whatever it is it’s working on; then you can write a novel.”
James M. Cain

Jeanette Winterson
“The human heart is my territory. I write about love because it’s the most important thing in the world. I write about sex because often it feels like the most important thing in the world.”
Jeanette Winterson, Gut Symmetries

“It is not the ink and the paper that matter, but the hand that holds the pen.”
Mark Frost, The Paladin Prophecy

Christian A. Dumais
“So here I am with this double life, one where my grammatically incorrect writing is a nice success with tens of thousands of readers, and another one where my carefully written books are read by a dozen people.”
Christian A. Dumais

Larry L. King
“Write. Rewrite. When not writing or rewriting, read. I know of no shortcuts.”
Larry L. King

Antonin Artaud
“Que les poètes morts laissent la place aux autres. Et nous pourrions tout de même voir que c'est notre vénération devant ce qui a été déjà fait, si beau et si valable que ce soit, qui nous pétrifie, qui nous stabilise et nous empêche de prendre contact avec la force qui est dessous, que l'on appelle l'énergie pensante, la force vitale, le déterminisme des échanges, les menstrues de la lune ou tout ce qu'on voudra.”
Antonin Artaud, The Theater and Its Double

Brandon Sanderson
“It seems a simple task. We all know what water looks like, feels like in our mouth. Water is ubiquitous. Describing a cup of water feels a little like doing a still life painting. As a child I used to wonder: Why do people spend so much time painting bowls of fruit, when they could be painting dragons? Why learn to describe a cup of water, when the story is about cool magic and (well) dragons?

It’s a thing I had trouble with as a teenage writer—I’d try to rush through the “boring” parts to get to the interesting parts, instead of learning how to make the boring parts into the interesting parts. And a cup of water is vital to this. Robert Jordan showed me that a cup of water can be a cultural dividing line–the difference between someone who grew up between two rivers, and someone who’d never seen a river before a few weeks ago.

A cup of water can be an offhand show of wealth, in the shape of an ornamented cup. It can be a mark of traveling hard, with nothing better to drink. It can be a symbol of better times, when you had something clean and pure. A cup of water isn’t just a cup of water, it’s a means of expressing character. Because stories aren’t about cups of water, or even magic and dragons. They’re about the people painted, illuminated, and changed by magic and dragons.”
Brandon Sanderson

Autran Dourado
“(...) não vamos mais na ordenação desta história e no risco, Senhor, porque seria longo de ouvir. E o homem que ordena histórias não deve contar mais curto do que foi ou mais longo do que deve. Tal aprendi com os que ensinam a por em crônica sucessos de natureza vária.”
Autran Dourado, A Barca dos Homens

Sontia Levy-Mason
“Getting a spark of inspiration to write is the best feeling in the world, no matter what time it is...I get a feeling on the inside that urges me to get up from whatever I am doing, grabbing that pen and writing down whatever my heart and mind tell me too... it's beautiful." ”
Sontia Levy, As Low as It Gets

Mark Helprin
“I think of myself as more of a 12th-Century artist than a modern one—I write, not for my own pleasure or the pleasure of my audience, but to praise God.”
Mark Helprin

“Tulisanmu. Jejak hidupmu.”

Deyth Banger
“Stephen King have a lot of books about the writing not only "The Writting: Memoir and Craft", but and "Nightmares and Dreamscapes", however "Misery", also and "Bag of Bones" and even and others. Which is awesome, different perspectives for being a an writer.”
Deyth Banger

Deyth Banger
“I live with past called "DeYtH" ( a guy who is famous with cs 1.6 maps, mods, photoshop and e.t.c. and with my now "Mark Tven", you probably said "Oh,Oh I know this name this guy was a writer..." it's not taken the guy was called Mark Twain, I'm Tven, famous with awesome maps and interesting updates of cs 1.6 maps. To don't forget, I'm famous with my nick of past with writting.”
Deyth Banger

Deyth Banger
“Be glad that I'm not a horror writer, some people write about it, other make images... but third just create it??? As for me, I have create it from horror up to nightmares!”
Deyth Banger

K.J. Kilton
“Writing is like running a marathon. One needs stamina and perseverance. The right preparation and pacing get results.”
Kaleb Kilton

Anastasia Bolinder
“Let us runaway to the aspirations we dream of in our childish moments, where magic is real and we are unstoppable.”
Anastasia Bolinder

Nicolás Gómez Dávila
“Phrases are pebbles that the writer tosses into the reader’s soul.
The diameter of the concentric waves they displace depends on the dimensions of the pond.”
Nicolás Gómez Dávila

“Может, я излишне драматизирую? Но если не драматизировать, то и писать незачем. Книги - это и есть излишняя драматизация. Драматизация мыслей, историй, идей и прочего говна (зачеркнуто) шоколада. Писатели роются в шоколадном цеху и приукрашают каждую находку.
- Смотрите, что я нашел! Какая цветовая гамма, какая консистенция! Вы только гляньте на этих мух! А здесь поглубже, смотрите, какие фактурные подноготные твари копошатся, Кафка бы позавидовал.
Если повезет, вполне реально убедить читателя, что они, авторы-шоколатье, и в самом деле нашли что-то стоящее.
Бомжи, бля. Драматические бомжи. Шоколатье, то есть.
Ладно, шучу. Точнее, драматизирую.”
Bandy Sholtes, T-shirtология

Deyth Banger
“I take writting as something in which you should in limited or not in limited time to create characters which the readers will like... feel compassion.”
Deyth Banger, Notes Of A Dead Man Sequel

Deyth Banger
“Each book which so far is written is filled with a new thoughts... new images... new arguments... new discussions.”
Deyth Banger

Haruki Murakami
“Các hình ảnh, khung cảnh, ngôn từ...tất cả chúng đều vô cùng sống động trong tâm trí em. Viết đi! Chúng hét lên với em thế. Một câu chuyện mới mẻ tuyệt hay đang hình thành, em có thể cảm thấy nó. Nó mang em đến một nơi nào đó hoàn toàn mới. Nhưng rắc rối là một khi em ngồi vào bàn và trút tất cả ra giấy thì em lại thấy không diễn tả được cái chính yếu. Chúng không kết tinh lại được, chỉ là đá cuội chứ không phải pha lê. Và em chẳng đi đến đâu cả.”
Haruki Murakami, Sputnik Sweetheart

“Writing is a place and getting there is the real art,” Otto Cristóbal Almeida.”
Samuel Zamarripa

Jorge Luis Borges
“Si quieres ser un buen escritor, debes ser mil veces un buen lector.”
Jorge Luis Borges

“Ela merece mais, muito mais. E se um dia eu viesse a ter algo com ela, jamais seria pedindo que ela se sujeitasse a ser minha amante.”
Luna Brandon, Eu Te Dou Meu Amor

Elizabeth Gilbert
“Everything I’ve ever written has brought me into being. Every project has matured me in a different way. I am who I am today precisely because of what I have made, and what it has made me into. Creativity has hand raised me and forged me into an adult.”
Elizabeth Gilbert, Big Magic: Creative Living Beyond Fear

Deyth Banger
“I am tired of writting... it has nothing to do with life.”
Deyth Banger, Wacky

“Dard baantne se Kam hota hai, jitna baanto utna kum. Par hamesha aisa nahi hota, kabhi kabhi dard ho hota hai par zubaan se bahar nahi aa pata, kyunki hamara dard hume sambhalta hai, sikhata hai. Iss tarah k dard ko likh dena chahiye, ye vo dard hai vo sirf likh k kum hota hai.”
Ratish Edwards

Cat Winters
“He can give everyone what they so desperately crave: hope for a life beyond death... Love poems fall out of fashion over time, often turning maudlin in the ears of future listeners. Humans' enjoyment of satire and humor is equally fickle, and epic adventures stop seeming so epic when new heroes accomplish new feats. Yet mortals' fear and bewilderment of death will never die - not as long as people keep dying.”
Cat Winters, The Raven's Tale

Santosh    Kumar
“Philosophy tends to kindness for those who intend to write it.”
Santosh Kumar

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