Lets face it, most of you folks who are going to be reading this work with your fingers or tongues. The most straightforward way to correct this anomaly is to work with your hands. One possible way could be to grown something at home, yes you can have a balcony garden as well.
Yes, sometimes you just need to shut the self pity bit and move the fuck on, yeah.
Shit happens with books sometimes.
You might want to read this post.
Originally posted on Flavorwire:
Hollywood is famous for its treatment of writers. They are the low man on the totem pole, the person banned from the set, the guy who wrote the Great American novel drinking himself to death in Los Angeles, rewriting dumb scripts. It’s funny, as Hollywood — along with movies around the world — is obsessed with portraying “writers” on screen, which is a weird profession to lionize as writing is the least visually pleasing job of all.
There are a lot of bad movies about writers out there. At Flavorwire, we wanted to make the definitive list of the 50 Best Films About Writers of all time, with the requisite mix of biopics, book adaptations (what’s up Stephen King and John Irving), foreign films that actually feature female writers, po-mo meta surrealist studies of madness (very frequent), and the works of Woody Allen. (A thank you to writer Alexander Chee, whose…
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Sometimes clichés just do not cut it. How do we get the horse – non readers, to read? Unfortunately, we do not live in a culture where we can force feed people or do we? Think about it, your soap operas, your favourite news channel, your paper, your line of sight while on the road – all those billboards.