"If Heaven and Hell decide, that they both are satisfied, illuminate the NOs on their vacancy signs, if there's no one beside you, when your soul embarks then I'll follow you into the dark." ~ Death Cab for Cutie
"And I'll be so alone without you, maybe you'll be lonesome too" ~ King Stewart Price
"Come away, O human child!
To the waters and the wild
With a faery, hand in hand,
For the world's more full of weeping
than you can understand." ~ WB Yeats
"I asked God one day whether or not he exsisted, God said, I'll get back to you." ~ Lilly Fisher
"The plastic tips at the end of shoelaces are called aglets. Their true purpose is sinister." ~ The Question
"I like that, "Allons-y". I should say allons-y more often. Look sharp, Rose Tyler, allons-y! And then it would be really brilliant if I met someone called Alonso, 'cause then I could say allons-y Alonso every time... [beat] you're staring at me." ~ The Tenth
"The lunatic is a wakeful dreamer" ~ Kant
"I'm good at what I do. I work exceptionally hard. That doesn't mean everything that I've done has been brilliant or that every script that I've written has been good, but actually every piece of work has been done with good intent, to the best of my abilities, within the limits of my own talent and stamina. Every Single Thing." ~ Russell T Davies
Wait till you realize how self-absorbed my favorite quotes really are. I like reading books with happy endings, but like writing them with unsatisfied endings. I always know what I mean, I am very curious as to how others interpret my meaning. (If I like yours better, I will most definitely claim you are right.) My characters tend to suffer. Some more then others, my favorite torture is of course psychological. It's funny to think about it, actually, in real life I'm quite pleasant. I tend to write the best parts of a story and skip the filler, but I'm working on that. (It's about character building right? Love my charater's Damn it! They are an extension of me.) I try to change up the internal monologue in my head when I write, I want each story to sound individualized. I write at work when it's slow. I spend about 70% of the day in a daze... I prefer my own little world. I'd rather spend 100% of my day there, but as someone very close to me pointed out I would then receive no mail and apparently I really like mail... apparently
I'm currently reading:The Writer's Tale
By: Russell T Davies
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