MONDAY. The theme this week is "low bar for success." Did you brush your teeth? Gold star. Did you get out of bed to do it? Holy fuck, you're amazing. Are you wearing pants? YOU FOOL YOU FELL FOR THE TRAP, PANTS ARE A TOOL OF THE OPPRESSOR, SHIRK YOUR LEG BRIDLES AND RUN FREE
— Chuck Wendig (@ChuckWendig) April 27, 2020
One word/breath/day/cup of tea at a time.
— Victoria/V.E. Schwab (@veschwab) April 27, 2020
Delilah S. Dawson
Every time I clean my office it gets worse.
— Hank Green (@hankgreen) April 19, 2020
So what should I procrastinate on next? That is the question.
— Angie Thomas (@angiecthomas) April 15, 2020
"We are tougher than we seem. We are tougher than we think. Our stories will outlive us. Let's make them good."
— TED Talks (@TEDTalks) April 23, 2020
#366prompts, Day 116:
Whatever you're writing, put a skunk in there. I don't care if it's a novel set in space or a sonnet about you grandmother. Put a skunk in, I dare you.
— Rebecca Makkai (@rebeccamakkai) April 28, 2020
My editor, making a grave mistake: maybe you could describe the room here?
Me, after a two hour Pinterest binge: *writes half a page of description*
— Alexa Donne (@alexadonne) February 21, 2020
I am studying the etymology of “Great googly-moogly,” a phrase that’s giving autocorrect spasms. Appears to have been first uttered by Willie Dixon in a blues called “Goin’ Down Slow,” but I also found it in a Snickers commercial.
— Stephen King (@StephenKing) April 25, 2020