I tried to hate you, to forgive you, all just to forget you, but I’m only capable of loving you. You’re tattooed onto my skin, and the more I try to erase you, the deeper you sink in.
This place is Hell’s waiting room.
Really, Beliefs have the power to create and the power to destroy… Human beings have the awesome ability to take any experience of their lives and create a meaning that dis-empowers them or one that can literally save their lives….
gone through many different phases of Destines and that’s what made me to pen down… hope it won’t screw-up me again….
Something beyond love…
Two questions form the foundation of all novels: “What if?” and “What next?” (A third question, “What now?”, is one the author asks himself every 10 minutes or so; but it’s more a cry than a question.) Every novel begins with the speculative question, What if “X” happened? That’s how you start.
I believe books should be like a prime rib steak ~ good and thick.
Pak Karman hugged his wife’s gravestone tightly. “You left without saying farewell!
Love is not for thrill-seekers, dreamers, or children with short attention spans. And you, son, fit into all three of those categories.
You can’t really succeed with a novel anyway; they’re too big. It’s like city planning. You can’t plan a perfect city because there’s too much going on that you can’t take into account. You can, however, write a perfect sentence now and then. I have.
You Can’t Change Your Life… Until You Change Your Heart, and You Can’t Change Your Heart… Until You Change Your Mind!
The average author hawks their books at many events. They are vigilant promoters, waiting for a breakthrough. They do this, or else watch their novel wither away.