"The purpose of literature is to turn blood into ink."
— T.S. Eliot (via peterthewebslingerparker)
"Some books are so familiar that reading them is like returning home again."
— Jo March, Little Women (via simplelittlebookworm)
(Source: speaklivewrite, via unabridgedbookstore)
"Perhaps you can write better if you leave the mistakes."
— Jorge Luis Borges (via theparisreview)
"I don’t like to talk to people, because I can’t express myself satisfactorily. I don’t say the things I mean."
— Greta Garbo (via aestheticintrovert)
(Source: ntrvrts, via brouhahamagazine)
"There should be no fear of failure. What are we so afraid of? We have stories to tell."
— Caryn Mandabach (producer)
(Source: jamesgrantbrown, via writeworld)
"Endlessness runs in you like leaves on the tree of night."
— Anne Carson, “TV Men: The Sleeper” (via differenceetrepetition)
"When you know better, you do better."
— Maya Angelou (via larmoyante)