|Favorite book:||Survivor: Chuck Palahniuk|
|Member Since:||Sep 15, 2008|
[Info] I like to write things that people can connect with outside the context of the story. Where the themes are ambiguous and emotionally driven.
To me words can be a passion even if they aren't intended to be. The way we interpret them and how we react to them. I believe with a careful choice of words you can truly inspire someone.
[books]: Survivor- chuck palahniuk, Brighton Rock- Grham Greene, On the Road- Jack Kerouac, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas- Hunter S. Thompson, The Talisman- Stephen King & Peter Straub, Alice in Wonderland- Lewis Carol, Where the Wild Things Are- Maurice Sendack, Conciosness Explained- Dan Dennet, The Trouble with Physics- Lee Smolin, The Theory of Everything- Stephen Hawkings, Relativity: the special and general theory- Albert Einstien.
[movies]: Baraka, Fight Club, Spirited Away, Blade Runner, Tekkon Kinkurito, Lady in the Water, the original Star Wars Trilogy, Everything's Illuminated, Southland Tales, Neko no Ongeishi, Donnie Darko, Tideland, The Life Aquatic, The Village, American Beauty, My Neighbor Totoro, The Dark Crystal, Big Fish, The Fountain, Monsters Inc., Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, The Fall, Hot Fuzz, Evil Dead, Uzumaki, Eraserhead, Nightmare Before Christmas, Howls Moving Castle, Synapse, The Science of Sleep, The Hunted.
[Music]: Pink Floyd, Tool, Led Zeppelin, Arcade Fire, The Mars Volta, Cold Play, Emerson Lake & Palmer, David Bowie, Janis Joplin, King Crimson, Muse, Portishead, Ivy, Bob Dylan, Ludwig Van Beethoven, A perfect circle, Wolfsheim, Depehe Mode.
[Booksie?]: I think most people on here will say they loved your writing, because they don't know exactly how to critique. I have this overwhelming feeling that it's because a lot of the writers on this site are just starting out. For anyone reading this who's just starting out. Try using the site: www.papertank.com also--- You will learn a lot from the way the writers critique and comunicate there. It might seem a little harsh at first, but it helps out so much.
children don''t grow old. Our bodies get bigger, but our hearts get torn up-