— Donald Miller (via unmaiden)
None night without story! / Ninguna noche sin cuento! (ilustración de Anna Laura Cantone)
I heart Tove Jansson.
Anonymous said: This is so silly and I'm sorry for wasting your time, but...I'm about to start my masters at Oxford. Which is in the UK. Which is across an ocean from where I've lived my whole life. And I never thought I'd be one of Those People who quivers at the hint of an adventure, but apparently I am. I'm terrified, and I don't know what to do about it. I want to hide in my stories, but...I can't. I admire you so much, V. How can I make it through when I feel I'm on the verge of breaking?
By remembering that all great adventures are terrifying, and the fact you’re doing it, instead of just thinking about doing it, is an amazing thing. You’re already incredible. When it feels like too much, remember that life is for living.
Mark Z. Danielewski, House of Leaves
Variety Studio Portraits – Toronto Film Festival [x]
"I tracked (the project), is the lingo I think, which is the only time I’ve really done that for a role. There was just something about (Alan Turing) that immediately struck a chord for me."
Each reading is like a little ark / Cada lectura es como una pequeña arca (ilustración de Geertje Grom)
Harry Potter Travel Posters - Created by The Green Dragon Inn
- Anonymous said:Do you find it easier to write in first-person or in third-person? I'm an aspiring writer and always lean toward first, but a lot of the works I love are in third. I want to write in third, but it's definitely more difficult for me. Do have any tips on how to get over this?
To be honest, it changes based on the book, the characters, the plot. Every time I try to make a definitive statement, I start a new book and end up...
- One Night
"One night can change how you see the world. One night can change how you see yourself."
To help celebrate the release of my good friend...
- nattvandrar said:do you have any writing tips?
1. Write. Not just what you know but what you are. You don’t know the life of a Novosibirsk shoe-fetishist hitman, but that doesn’t mean you...