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“Why did I write? Because I found life unsatisfactory.” ― Tennessee Williams
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Tennessee Williams (American playwright, novelist, poet and short story writer)
Thomas Lanier "Tennessee" Williams III was an American writer who worked principally as a playwright in the American theater. He also wrote short stories, novels, poetry, essays, screenplays and a volume of memoirs.
There is time for departure even when theres no certain place to go. - Tennessee Williams
TENNESSEE WILLIAMS (1911-1983) Born Thomas Lanier Williams in Columbus, Mississippi in 1911, Tennessee was the son of a shoe company executive and a Southern belle. He was brilliant and prolific writer, breathing life and passion into such memorable characters as Blanche DuBois and Stanley Kowalski in his critically acclaimed A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE. He was awarded four Drama Critic Circle Awards, two Pulitzer Prizes and the Presidential Medal of Freedom.
Shakespeare and Company, Paris, France
Company Bookstores, Book Stores, Rue Paris, Book Shop, La Living, Couples Travel, France, Shakespeare In French, Places To See In Paris
Shakespeare and Company bookstore, Paris, France.
Shakespeare and Company bookstore in Paris..one of my favorite book shops on the Left Bank
Shakespeare and Company bookstore in Paris. Ahh! Dream book store?! I think yes! ❤
Crawley and I like to hang out together and read paragraphs and pages and sometimes even chapters from our favorite books
Then Stevens, Baby Blue, This Man, But, Downtonabbey, Blue Eye, People, Downton Abbey, Matthew Crawley
matthew crawley. not dan stevens. matthew crawley. <3 and oh, his blue eyes!
The Downton men are even better than the Gossip Girl men....did I just say that?
Matthew Crawley.... i love this man
Dan Stevens #DowntonAbbey Matthew Crawley In Downton Abbey | More Downton Abbey photos here: http://mylusciouslife.com/historical-style-downton-abbey-photos/
I miss Matthew n his baby blues
When I'm near the end of a good book I need to sleep in the same room as it! Joan Didion
Libraries, Book Nerd, Reading Book, Hayden Christensen Reading, Bookish Things, Independence Day, Haydenchristensen, True Independence, Book Quotes
Man reading book = attractive
Libraries, Book Club, Reading, Book Bags, Book Totes, Totes Bags, Funny, Book Covers, Big Book
i like big books and i cannot lie book tote bag
Library Book Bag to make. Great for picture books and funny
To hold all my books worth #book cover #book covering| http://beautiful-bird-of-paradise-1552.blogspot.com
It's for holding books, but how funny would this be on a reading bulletin board?!
Cute gift idea. Make tote bags and stencil fun sayings on them. (My new library book bag!)
Dreams Libraries, Nature, Book, On Nix, Trees, The Cities, Dioramas, House, Places
Lori Nix is chief architect and urban planner of her own little ghost town, founded in 2005 and known as The City. The City has a library, a botanic garden, a church, a bar, and even a laundromat—almost everything a proper metropolis needs, except for people. Nix’s highly detailed dioramas are meticulously crafted by hand, out of foam, wood, paper, plastic, and found materials, but they show a world in decay, where nature is once again taking over.
Beautiful Dioramas of Abandoned Places by Artist Lori Nix, "She has devoted her whole apartment to making doll's house size models with bits and pieces of post-apocalyptic destruction"
- Lori Nix, The Library, 2007, Photograph of diorama, from The City Series. Oh, a post-apocalyptic library diorama. There could likely be nothing more pleasing to me than the image of trees growing out of the paper house of a library. And it’s a diorama. Which makes it even more wonderful and terrible. It reminds me of this photo, of the amazing old “Main Building” of the Public Library of Cincinnatti, taken in 1874. The building seen below closed in 1955. The library had ...
What an amazing Internet treasure! This looks just like the high school library I am teacher librarian for! Well, maybe kind of like this! We do have a Book Fair going now with a construction paper palm tree in the center. The "tree of knowlege" sends strong roots throughout each library! Thanks, dream library #library
Lori Nix - Library, 2007 Post-Apocalyptic Diorama from The City Series #мор #тургор Obviously an ugly library... But also makes me curious about combining both my loves: trees and books
The Writers’ Museum. Edinburgh, Scotland
Photos, Edinburgh Scotland, Louis Stevenson, Peter Nijenhui, Shops Signs, Writers Museums, Book, Places, Robert Burns
SHOP SIGNS The Writers' Museum, Edinburgh, Scotland
Step into the world of Robert Louis Stevenson, Robert Burns and Sir Walter Scott at The Writers’ Museum. Edinburgh, Scotland
In Edinburgh, Scotland. Kind of cool. Maybe I should read some of these authors books before I go though. haha! :P
The Writers' Museum, Edinburgh, Scotland, photo by Peter Nijenhuis.
The Writer's Museum, Edinburgh, Scotland, would be an interesting place to visit. And might give me some ideas...
C. S. Lewis
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C.S. Lewis: Novelist, Poet, Academic, Medievalist, Literary Critic, Essayist, Lay Theologian, Christian Apologist, & Pipe Smoker - Tobacco Pipe Smoking
Clive Staples Lewis (29 Nov 1898 – 22 Nov 1963) novelist, poet, academic, medievalist, literary critic, essayist, lay theologian, & Christian apologist from Belfast, Ireland. He held academic positions at both Oxford University, 1925–1954, & Cambridge University, 1954–1963. He is best known both for his fictional work, especially The Screwtape Letters, The Chronicles of Narnia, & The Space Trilogy, & non-fiction Christian apologetics, such as Mere Christianity, Miracles, & The Problem of Pain.
Read every CS Lewis book. (Minus Mideval lit. stuff) The Allegory of Love: A Study in Medieval Tradition (1936) Rehabilitations and other essays (1939; two essays not included in Essay Collection ) The Personal Heresy: A Controversy (with E. M. W. Tillyard, 1939) The Problem of Pain (1940) The Case for Christianity (1942) Christian Behaviour (1942) A Preface to Paradise Lost (1942) The Abolition of Man (1943) Beyond Personality (1944) Miracles: A Preliminary Study (1947, revised 1960) Arthurian Torso (1948; on Charles Williams's poetry) Mere Christianity (1952; based on radio talks of 1941–1944) English Literature in the Sixteenth Century Excluding Drama (1954; 1975 reprint ISBN 0198812981) Major British Writers, Vol I (1954; contribution on Edmund Spenser) Surprised by Joy: The Shape of My Early Life (1955; autobiography) Reflections on the Psalms (1958) The Four Loves (1960) Studies in Words (1960) The World's Last Night and Other Essays (1960) An Experiment in Criticism (1961) A Grief Observed (1961; first published under the pseudonym «N. W. Clerk») They Asked for a Paper: Papers and Addresses (1962; all essays found in Essay Collection ) Selections from Layamon's Brut (ed. G L Brook, 1963 Oxford University Press; introduction) Letters to Malcolm: Chiefly on Prayer (1963) Beyond The Bright Blur (1963) (a limited run 30-page excerpt taken from Letters to Malcolm and "published as a New Year's greeting to friends of the author" according to the opening page.) The Discarded Image: An Introduction to Medieval and Renaissance Literature (1964) Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Literature (1966; not included in Essay Collection ) Spenser's Images of Life (ed. Alastair Fowler, 1967) Letters to an American Lady (1967) Christian Reflections (1967; essays and papers; all essays found in Essay Collection ) Selected Literary Essays (1969; not included in Essay Collection ) God in the Dock: Essays on Theology and Ethics (1970) Undeceptions (1971; essays; one essay not included in Essay Collection ) The Weight of Glory and Other Addresses (1980) Of Other Worlds (1982; essays; one essay not included in Essay Collection ) The Business Of Heaven: Daily Readings From C. S. Lewis (Walter Hooper, ed.; 1984) Present Concerns (1986; essays; all essays found in Essay Collection ) All My Road Before Me: The Diary of C. S. Lewis 1922 – 27 (1993) Compelling Reason: Essays on Ethics and Theology (1998) Essay Collection: Literature, Philosophy and Short Stories (2000) Essay Collection: Faith, Christianity and the Church (2000) Collected Letters, Vol. I: Family Letters 1905–1931 (2000) Collected Letters, Vol. II: Books, Broadcasts and War 1931–1949 (2004) Collected Letters, Vol. III: Narnia, Cambridge and Joy 1950–1963 (2007)  FictionThe Pilgrim's Regress (1933) Space Trilogy Out of the Silent Planet (1938) Perelandra (aka Voyage to Venus) (1943) That Hideous Strength (1945) The Screwtape Letters (1942) The Great Divorce (1945) The Chronicles of Narnia The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe (1950) Prince Caspian (1951) The Voyage of the Dawn Treader (1952) The Silver Chair (1953) The Horse and His Boy (1954) The Magician's Nephew (1955) The Last Battle (1956) Till We Have Faces (1956) Screwtape Proposes a Toast (1961) (an addition to The Screwtape Letters) The Dark Tower (1977) Boxen: The Imaginary World of the Young C. S. Lewis (ed. Walter Hooper, 1985)  PoetrySpirits in Bondage (1919; published under pseudonym Clive Hamilton) Dymer (1926; published under pseudonym Clive Hamilton) Narrative Poems (ed. Walter Hooper, 1969; includes Dymer, Launcelot, The Nameless Isle, and The Queen of Drum. The Collected Poems of C. S. Lewis (ed. Walter Hooper, 1994; includes Spirits in Bondage
E. B. White
Photos, Maine, Mondays Inspiration, White Writing, Work Spaces, Book, Workspaces, E B, Writers
Photo by Jill Krementz of E. B. White in his writing space in Allen Cove, Maine.
E.B. White writing in his boathouse, photographed by Jill Krementz >> Work Space
E.B. White writing in his boat shed overlooking Allen Cove, 1976. This week (Oct 16 2012) marks the 60th anniversary of his most famous work, Charlotte’s Web, a love letter to the sights and smells of his salt water farm on the Blue Hill peninsula of Maine. The portrait of E.B. was taken by Jill Krementz and can be found in her book The Writer’s Image.
"Yes, YOU are a brand. It's never too early or too late to start thinking about your online presence."
Personalized Brand, Personal Branding, Marketing, Social Media, Socialmedia, The Way, To Create, Brand Infographic
The Executives Essential Social Media Tool Kit for Personal Branding #infographic #personal branding #marketing #career #job interview #future #jobs #leadership #social media
#Marca #Marketing El camino para crear tu marca personal en 9 pasos #Infografía (pinned by @lovile)
9 pasos básicos para crear una estratégia de marca personal (personal branding)
Find Your Way to Personal Branding #Infographic #SocialMedia
Your Blog Post Promotion Checklist
Post Promotion, 12 Things, Blog Tips, Social Media, Blog Post, Infographic, Socialmedia, Blogpost, Things To Do
12 Things to Do After Writing a Blog Post #blogging #tips #socialmedia #contentmarketing
12 things to do after your next blog post! Lots of great ideas here for maximizing your social media presence! #infographic #socialmedia
12 Things To Do After You've Written a New #Blog Post: Your Blog Post Promotion #Checklist #BlogPost
when you just want to look out the window
Beach House, Summer Paradis, The View, Beach Shack, Dreams Life, Beachhouse, Beach Room, The Sea, Gardens Cottages
garden cottage - simple, exposed framing, paint. weathered collar ties
A little place by the sea...
the dream Life
Frangipani Beach Shack Inspiration ☀ FOLLOW US for sun, sand, surf and good times! https://www.facebook.com/FrangipaniShirtsAustralia
rustic beach house boat house
The Road Is Life - Jack Kerouac
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The Road, artwork by Mae Chevrette, quote by Jack Kerouac, @Etsy...love this artist!!!
the road is life" fine art print - Mae Chevrette on etsy
Really, what is your story?
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7 Tips for Shaping Your Writing Career - Helping Writers Become Authors.
Blog: Helping Writers Become Authors
The Challenge of Journaling: Inside the Cover
quote - what's your story
Writing Life - Helping Writers Become Authors
Types of Journals and Journal Writing
this sounded like a good idea, but
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"Write drunk; edit sober." #ErnestHemingway #quote
Ernest Hemingway: Good advice!
Ernest Hemingway, quotes to live by
LINOCUT PRINT, Ernest Hemingway Quote, "Write Drunk Edit Sober" - 6x8
Linocut Print Write Drunk Edit Sober Ernest By Wordsigiveby - Buamai, Where Inspiration Starts.
Keep a notebook handy
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This is a tiny chalkboard the size of a notepad.
hand held chalkboard
pocket chalk board
Once Upon a Time......
Writing A Book, Be A Writers, Writing Quotes, Writing Process, Shorts Stories, Writing Tips, Creative Writing, The Happy Projects, Fairies Tales
9 Writing Tips // Gretchen Rubin, "The Happiness Project"
...to write a new fairy tale...
Write a book
Come to our Creative Writing Workshops on Monday, July 16 and Thursday, August 2 from 7:00-8:30 PM. Get started writing and/or get feedback on poetry or short stories you have already started! Content will be different at each workshop so you may attend one or both!
Inspirational Writing Quotes
The Writing Process
I want to be a writer?
Write. Read. Write.