Today I want to show you a video by John Greene. He is the author who wrote Fault in Our Stars that was published in January 2012. I have the book but haven’t read it yet, and … I might have seen the movie.
Anyway, I found this video that I thought you’d enjoy. He is quite hilarious in his presentation.
Have you read his book (or any of his books) or watched the movie? Does he make you feel better about your own writing?
You may have noticed that it’s been three weeks since I last posted here. For me to explain ‘why’ seems pointless, so I will just say that sometimes – for the sake of my own mental health – I just need to pull away from some things for awhile and do something else … or nothing. During this time I hope that you are finding information here – especially on my writers’ helps and workshops pages – when you need it.
Be sure to bookmark my blog and sign up to receive notice of when new posts have gone live; you won’t want to miss Sue Harrison’s writers workshop each month. We are not sure yet if she will have to take a break for summer, but keep checking in for updates. Next installment is soon.
Awhile ago I watched thisYou Tube video called cycle of lifeand thought you might find it interesting, moving, thought-provoking. Please let me know — what do you think of it?how did it affect you? can you relate to its message in some way?
I hope all is going well in your life. Sending hugs your way …
FILL YOUR PAPER WITH THE BREATHINGS OF YOUR HEART. ~William Wordsworth
On my "Writers' Quotes, Helps & Workshops" page: Sue Harrison's 2013-2015 Workshop: "Writing The Third Dimension." You'll also find the Picture eBook Mastery Course to learn how to write picture e-books.
BE AWESOME! BE A BOOK NUT! - Dr. Seuss
My reads for 52 Book Club’s 2023 Reading Challenge:
Splashing in Puddles
Mrs. Frisby and the Rats of NIMH
The Unicorn in the Barm
Christmas at Harrington’s
Jake and the Kid
The Apollo Murders
The Auschwitz Twins
Sapiens – a brief history of humankind
Books I've read in 2023, excluding picture books (found on my drop down menu at top of page):
"The odd thing about people who had many books was how they always wanted more." - Patricia A. McKillip