Made a bad choice? Still breathing? Good. Choose again…
— Melissa Stewart (@MelissaOnline) January 24, 2013
Web MD is like a Choose Your Own Adventure book where the ending is always cancer. — kelly oxford (@kellyoxford) January 24, 2013
You have such a limited amount of time to do EVERYTHING you’ve ever wanted to do. I’d start today if I were you.
— Ricky Gervais (@rickygervais) January 25, 2013
You know what is so satisfying about reading a newspaper? There isn’t a “comments” section below the article to ruin it. — Jeff DeCoursey (@jeffdecoursey) January 25, 2013
Some days I write because I love the process. Some days I write despite the process because the story wants to be.
— Shannon Hale (@haleshannon) January 30, 2013
the only real writing advice is a weary shrug and “fuck if i know, give it a shot” — thats enough, robert (@robertjbennett) January 31, 2013
I know it’s probably shocking given how much unsolicited advice I give, but there is SO much unsolicited advice I hold back, it kills me.
— Dahlia Adler (@MissDahlELama) February 1, 2013
KEEP CALM AND WHY ARE WE USING ALL CAPS TO CONVEY THIS MESSAGE — Abbi Crutchfield (@curlycomedy) February 5, 2013
I hate when shows say they contain “adult situations” but no one is shown cleaning the house, going to work or paying their bills online.
— Ms_WhateverVanessa (@Ms_WhateverV) February 8, 2013
The internet: Where people are determined to argue with you even when you pretty much agree with them. — Natalie Whipple (@nataliewhipple) February 8, 2013
We got a cab. The driver asked us where we wanted to go. I said “to Matt Damon.” *silence*
— Scafe for Senate (@erinscafe) February 9, 2013
I know most of you are writing toward publication, but writing w/out any real goal in mind is important too. Keep something just for you. — Sarah LaPolla (@sarahlapolla) February 9, 2013
People who can get 600 points in Words With Friends probably need more friends and less words.
— Jamie Ford (@JamieFord) February 11, 2013
Explaining the situation of our transgender friend to the 4yo is going okay except she keeps referring to this person as a Transformer.
— John Moe (@johnmoe) February 20, 2013
I’m not saying I’m batman but answer me this, have you ever seen me and batman in the same room? — Aaron Kilby (@kilby76) February 23, 2013
Dear my writer friends, I hope you succeed. One day I want to say “I knew that person before they were huge. I knew they’d make it.”
— T. S. Bazelli (@tsbazelli) March 1, 2013
Last week a kid asked: What’s the biggest challenge in writing a book? For me, it’s fighting through fear and self doubt day after day. — Lisa Schroeder (@lisa_schroeder) March 9, 2013
“Art should comfort the disturbed and disturb the comfortable.”-Banksy
— Caitlín R. Kiernan (@auntbeast) March 11, 2013
Can we just talk about the word “queue” for a second? Like, how many of those letters are actually necessary? I count one.
— Amber Scholl (@AmberScholl) March 26, 2013
“Tell us in a sentence what the book is about.” This request leaves me flabbergasted. If I knew, I would not have written 650 pages. — Amy Tan (@AmyTan) March 16, 2013