"I like for (narrators) to have hope--if a friend or a narrator reveals himself or herself to be hopeless too early on, I lose interest. It depresses me. It makes me overeat."--Anne Lamott, Bird by Bird
"I like (narrators) to be mentally ill in the same sorts of ways that I am; for instance, I have a friend who said one day, 'I could resent the ocean if I tried,' and I realized that I love that in a guy."--Anne Lamott, Bird by Bird
"(Narrators) shouldn't be too perfect; perfect means shallow and unreal and fatally uninteresting. I like for them to have a nice sick sense of humor and to be concerned with important things..."--Anne Lamott, Bird by Bird
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Just the one member? Or are they referring to a certain male body part?
So many yummy things belong to the panini.
That poor floof...he must be so embarrassed to be affiliated with such a blatant disregard for common grammatical protocol!
Technically--and let's face it...I'm all about being technical when it comes to typos--there are two mistakes here...
"Almost everyone can remember losing his or her virginity, and most writers can remember the first book he/she put down thinking: I can do better than this. Hell, I am doing better than this! What could be more encouraging to the struggling writer than to realize his/her work is unquestionably better than that of someone who … Continue reading Quintessential Quotes: #writingwisdom–Writealready2017