70% of editing is just looking at ur work for a few hours with this face
true for drawing
true for video editing
true for writing
Only writers will understand that feeling of getting emotional over a story that could be unbelievably brilliant and beautiful, before it’s even written…
And be terrified of butchering such a potentially gorgeous and meaningful story…
La Carreta Literaria ¡Leamos! de Cartagena (Cartagena’s Literary Wagon, Let’s read!).
Martín Murillo Gómez has been traveling with his wagon through Cartagena, Colombia. His is the only wagon that transports books.
He lends the books to readers and he also reads to the people who gather around him in parks, plazas, schools and universities.
Sometimes you’ll find him reading from a book with blank pages, stories that he has created for years to invite children to the world of literature.
His journey has led him to meet personalities such as Gabriel García Márquez, who found a copy of One Hundred Years of Solitude and sign it for him.
Thanks to Murillo’s effort and the support of others, the wagon that started with 120 books (some of which he bought with the money he made by selling water on the streets and some which were donated by people who believed in his project) now has 3,500 books.
With the support of sponsors, Murillo has been able to continue with his passion for reading and his commitment to spread the love for literature.
(Source: , via cleverlytitled)
Revenge is sweet
Writing prompt of the hour: dirt-cheap
I feel like the new rubber bands in my mouth are going to making my jaw lopsided somehow because they’re pulling harder on the right side than the left.