Tagged: quotes

Allow yourself to discover the world in a new way…

Ray’s message for you today: There’s always room for more laughter, joy, and love… Wait, about love! Valentine is on the way, and I prepared a present for you all, a story about Venus de Milo (read this evening).  The quote of the day: “Be careful about reading health books. Some fine day you’ll die of a misprint.” Markus Herz I have only 3 posts left in February. And I’m already planning the teaser for Mars...

Writing Challenge “One”

Before we begin, check the post about my book, written by A. Shepherdson (Blog from UK) – So Absurd… Rules: answer 11 questions below.  1. One person who inspired you. Helen Keller. “When one door of happiness closes, another opens; but often we look so long at the closed door that we do not see the one which has been opened for us.”  2. One moment that changed the course of your life. The day I bought...

What man calls civilization – always results in deserts

Sharing some interesting quotes about “civilization”.  1. “If there hadn’t been women we’d still be squatting in a cave eating raw meat, because we made civilization in order to impress our girlfriends.” Orson Welles 2. “All of us have to be prevaricators, hypocrites, and liars every day of our lives; otherwise the social structure would fall into pieces the first day. We must act in one another’s presence just as we must wear clothes. It is for the best.” O....

How to get through 2019 faster…

‘Wait, another year? I get to do this all over again?’ I imagine you’re having that internal monologue as you clutch tightly to your old blanket, pondering about the last 365 days. But face it, folks. Away with the denial. 2019 is here, and would be for a while yet! If the idea of a new year fills you with angst, then one of two things happened in 2018 – either you had such a fantastic...

There’s only ONE genre in fiction… 

“Don’t classify me, read me. I’m a writer, not a genre.” Carlos Fuentes  Making a choice is all about marketing nowadays. To choose means to limit your options, but in the same time – the opportunity to catch an agent or publisher, because when they are ‘buying’ your novel – they are buying a platform for the future books in the similar genre, they are buying ‘sameness’ (or analogy) and they are hoping that you are...

Art is Theft. Pablo Picasso

Bad blogger is Back! Wooo-hoooo-hoooo  So what are you doing today? And what I’ve done in the past three days?  To tell you the truth – not much. I’m still in the middle of the ‘Limitless’ tv-show (about the guy who’s using a special kind of drug each day and it is making him a smart ass. Ops! He’s of course working for FBI and solving different crazy cases). I don’t know, I just like the...