11 Bits of Wisdom From Doris Lessing, On Reading, Writing, and Life by Meg White Clayton // Huffington Post // November 18, 2013
Briefing for a Descent Into Hell by Doris Lessing. I love Dorris Lessing's writing as I do Hermann Hesse's. Not all her books are stellar though but this one is exceptional. Take note of the title, it is not a summer romance, but it is visual, jarring and intriguing and a unique and mind expanding book.
Your subway car gets crowded. | 13 Worst Things That Can Happen While You're Reading
37 Books Every Creative Person Needs To Read | Really want to get my hands on some of these. Especially "On Writing."
The Best Books on Writing, NYC, Animals, and More: A Collaboration with the New…
Orwell traces how the painful experiences of his childhood steered him towards writing and lays out what he believes to be the four universal motives for writing, most of which resonate with just about any domain of creative work. Sample it with the fantastic title essay on the four universal motives for writing.
12 Scientific Ways Reading Can Actually Improve Your Life. It prevents Alzheimer’s! Also, it makes you sexier.