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#1. Writing Cave means it's Coffee O'Clock ... Who am I kidding? It's always Coffee O'Clock! - Author: Tammy-Louise Wilkins
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#2. Writing is a way of living. It doesn't quite matter that there are too many books for the number of readers in the world to read them. It's a way of being alive for the writer. - Author: Rachel Kushner
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#3. You get ideas from daydreaming. You get ideas from being bored. You get ideas all the time. The only difference between writers and other people is we notice when we're doing it. - Author: Neil Gaiman
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#4. It is the loose ends with which men hang themselves. - Author: Zelda Fitzgerald
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#5. The test of a writer is whether you want to read him again years after he should by the rules be dated. - Author: Raymond Chandler
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#6. He managed to do this 'tour de force' of styles without ever breaking the narrative structure of the chapter he was writing. It is the most brilliant parody of writing styles that I have ever read. - Author: Frederick Lenz
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#7. I've always been able to survive by writing, though. - Author: John Milius
Writing Cave quotes by John Milius
#8. There's a need to perfect things in a writers' room, and that can take a lot of fun out of a show sometimes. It's a struggle. It depends on your personality. Some people love working with a writing staff. I had a great writing staff on Lucky Louie, but it sometimes felt like Congress or something. - Author: Louis C.K.
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#9. If I write something, I fear it will happen, and if I love too much, I fear I will lose that person; nevertheless, I cannot stop writing or loving ... - Author: Isabel Allende
Writing Cave quotes by Isabel Allende
#10. Look at the very people who are involved in this. They have popped up in other settings. The great story here for anybody willing to find it, write about it and explain it is this vast right-wing conspiracy that has been conspiring against my husband since the day he announced for president, - Author: Hillary Clinton
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#11. Swear words and profanities are mere abbreviations of speech, similar to the abbreviations in writing. - Author: Franz Grillparzer
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#12. Albom with Trent Willmon is the first project that I haven't had to scrap money together for. The is the first time I've used any outside songs at all; until now it's only been stuff that I've written. This is also the first album of mine that's had any co-writes on it, as well. It's a big step, coming off of anything we've ever done before. - Author: Curtis Grimes
Writing Cave quotes by Curtis Grimes
#13. When I write a song today, basically it goes on the stage tomorrow. That's the way it works. You cannont interrupt your consciousness; it all comes from the subconscious, it can happen anywhere. It could be in a telephone booth. - Author: Richie Havens
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#14. Originally consists in thinking for yourself, and not in thinking unlike other people. - Author: James Fitzjames Stephen
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#15. Take a break from dating. This can be for as long as you need. But give yourself time to heal. I like to use the Wite-Out example. Unless you allow the Wite-Out to dry on the paper, writing over it will just cause a smudge and uncover what is still underneath. Wait until you heal before getting back out there. - Author: Harlan Cohen
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#16. Writing a first-draft battle scene is akin to real combat - chaos, confusion, and you must keep your cool as you fire word bullets downrange. - Author: Don Roff
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#17. My instinct is to absolutely recoil when talking about writing in a mechanistic way. Nothing could be dumber than writing a film or TV script based on prescriptions, on other peoples' ideas of what character should be. - Author: Michael Hirst
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#18. If you are at the mercy of what they call print interviews and the mercy of people who write about you, they can always tell lies. - Author: Gore Vidal
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#19. There's a really nice moment in the life of a piece of writing where the writer starts to get a feeling of it outgrowing him - or he starts to see it having a life of its own that doesn't have anything to do with his ego or his desire to 'be a good writer.' - Author: George Saunders
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#20. Why would anybody lie? The truth is always more colourful. - Author: Jerry Hall
Writing Cave quotes by Jerry Hall
#21. If there is anything in writing that comes easy for me it's making up metaphors. They just appear. I can't move two lines without all kinds of images. Then the problem is how to make the best of them. In its geological character, language is almost invariably metaphorical. That's how meanings tend to change. Words become metaphors for other things, then slowly disappear into the new image. I have a hunch, too, that the core of creativity is located in metaphor, in model making, really. A novel is a large metaphor for the world. - Author: William Gass
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#22. I'm not a writer. I think I can write short stories and poetry, but film writing, brilliant film writing, is a talent - you can't just do it like that. - Author: Samantha Morton
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#23. All his elaborated arguments and beautiful sentences turned, under the influence of alcohol, into dust and slipped between his nicotine-stained fingers. - Author: Ole H.
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#24. To be playful is not to be trivial or frivolous, or to act as if nothing of consequence will happen. On the contrary, when we are playful ... everything that happens is of consequence, for seriousness is a dread of the unpredictable outcome of open possibility. To be serious is to press for a specified conclusion. To be playful is to allow for unlimited possibility. - Author: James P. Carse
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#25. Allow your mood to be sweet and your day will be sweet too. - Author: A.D. Posey
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#26. When writers are self-conscious about themselves as writers they often keep a great distance from their characters, sounding as if they were writing encyclopedia entries instead of stories. Their hesitancy about physical and psychological intimacy can be a barrier to vital fiction. Conversely, a narration that makes readers hear the characters' heavy breathing and smell their emotional anguish diminishes distance. Readers feel so close to the characters that, for those magical moments, they become those characters. - Author: Jerome Stern
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#27. I always start out with an idea, even a boring idea, that becomes a question I don't have answers to. - Author: Toni Morrison
Writing Cave quotes by Toni Morrison
#28. Hard core authors are determined about their craft, and they know that building a brand entails hard work. They eat, breathe and live their writing.: - Author: Geraldine Solon
Writing Cave quotes by Geraldine Solon
#29. By necessity, we are direct and swift in speech and movement. This is the true dynamic that underlies our apocryphal rudeness. Also true: we do not make eye contact. Neither do we encourage it. Consider the number of humans a New Yorker will pass on a given day – on the subway, in a train or bus terminal, in an office or simply walking down the street. To facilitate speed and minimize drama, it's productive to keep one's eyes focused ahead. - Author: Gina Greenlee
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#30. I always appreciate people's opinions, but sometimes I have to take a step back and remember why I'm writing and what I want to do with it. Shutting out the voices is difficult but it's been good for me. - Author: Veronica Roth
Writing Cave quotes by Veronica Roth
#31. And if I had not a letter to write myself, I might sit by you and admire the evenness of your writing, as another young lady once did. But I have an aunt too, who must not be longer neglected. - Author: Jane Austen
Writing Cave quotes by Jane Austen
#32. Musicians always have music in their heads about their perceptions of the world. - Author: Pattie Boyd
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#33. In truly good writing no matter how many times you read it you do not know how it is done. That is beacause there is a mystery in all great writing and that mystery does not dis-sect out. It continues and it is always valid. Each time you re-read you see or learn something new. - Author: Ernest Hemingway,
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#34. I needed to find my way to write. I need about six hours of uninterrupted time in order to produce about two hours of writing, and when I accepted that and found the way to do it, then I was able to write. - Author: Robert B. Parker
Writing Cave quotes by Robert B. Parker
#35. Everything characters say or do is a clue to their personalities, their histories, and the forces that motivate them. - Author: William G. Tapply
Writing Cave quotes by William G. Tapply
#36. Look," she said, and just that. That was the only time she opened her mouth, because she wanted to say something unnecessary, something that wouldn't be important or memorable, so I wouldn't have to remember her voice.
We looked at the veil then, the thing that had turned her this way, and we smiled. - Author: Willa Valentine
Writing Cave quotes by Willa Valentine

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