The hardest time to write is around two in the morning, when it might still be reasonable to turn in. Your throat starts to hurt; you’re sure you’re getting sick; your head feels like a sponge. . . . After 2:30 or so—well, there’s something that happens when it’s late enough.
by Vicraj Gill
“Learn to be kind to yourself, because writing is hard and it will bash you up. Learn that . . . your only competition is time, which is the truest judge.”
By Vicraj Gill
Bloomer Ruth Ozeki’s A Tale for the Time Being earned a spot on the longlist for the 2013 Man Booker Prize. Also on the list is Harvest by Jim Crace, who began publishing novels in his forties after a series of short stories and radio plays.
by Alison Gazarek
It was after exposure to all these very modern experiences, at the age of 67, that Laura Ingalls Wilder decided to write books about her childhood