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Bertrands Paradox Quotes By Ian McEwan

Get in first and shape the terms. — Ian McEwan

Bertrands Paradox Quotes By Paul Cornell

But the Fear (that sensation that all writers get of how the hell do words get from my puny little brain to into a book, and isn't magic somehow involved, and surely I'm not qualified to be involved in any part of that process, and I somehow managed that tomorrow, but you mean I have to do it this morning too, well how do I even start?) withdraws quite a bit when it's already light and lovely outside when I get to my desk. So I got right past that big moment today, and into the fun slide down towards the ending, yelling whee. — Paul Cornell

Bertrands Paradox Quotes By Anonymous

I think sometimes we spend so much time trying to find out who we are we lose sight of who we want to be — Anonymous

Bertrands Paradox Quotes By Jack London

San Francisco is gone. Nothing remains of it but memories. — Jack London

Bertrands Paradox Quotes By Steve

Live for something or die for nothing — Steve

Bertrands Paradox Quotes By Carolyn Parkhurst

I've always known that the best part of writing occurs before you've picked up a pen. When a story exists only in your mind, its potential is infinite; it's only when you start pinning words to paper that it becomes less than perfect. You have to make your choices, set your limits. Start whittling away at the cosmos, and don't stop until you've narrowed it down to a single, ordinary speck of dirt. And in the end, what you've made is not nearly as glorious as what you've thrown away. — Carolyn Parkhurst

Bertrands Paradox Quotes By Rick Yancey

8:30 P.M.: Personal time. Free of Reznik at last. We wash our jumpsuits, shine our boots, scrub the barracks floor and the latrine, clean our rifles, pass around dirty magazines, and swap other contraband like candy and chewing gum. We play cards and bust each other's nuts and complain about Reznik. We share the day's rumors and tell bad jokes and push back against the silence inside our own heads, the place where the never-ending voiceless scream rises like the superheated air above a lava flow. Inevitably — Rick Yancey