“The current dragged him for a long distance. And while he was being dragged and trying his best not to succumb, he entered into a strange frame of mind. He knew his flaw. He was a very angry man and his pent-up anger made him hate and fight with everyone around. But he could not hate or fight the river, or be impatient with it, or fret, which were the ways he normally behaved with everything and everybody in his life. All he could do with the river was follow its flow.”
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In a “General note to myself” the author states, “Writing isn’t so bad really when you get through the worry. Forget about the worry, just press on. Don’t be embarrassed about the bad bits. Don’t strain at them.” “Writing can be good…You can get pleasure out of it.”
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A rich widow lived with her daughter and her stepdaughter. The widow favored her younger biological daughter, allowing her to become spoiled and idle while her older stepdaughter was left to do all the work. Every day the stepdaughter would sit outside the cottage and spin beside the well.
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How to Write Scientific Fiction: Analyzing Carl Sagan’s “Contact” | Writer’s Digest
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In 2016, New York-based art director and VFX artist Danil Krivoruchko started rallying designers and artists around his passion project, a short film based on “Blindsight”, the acclaimed sci-fi novel by Canadian author Peter Watts.
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