This is just too cool not to watch. Glass recycling, from using lasers and air to weed out chunks of colored glass, all the way to turning molten glass into a cotton-like insulator.
There are times when you look at a book by your favorite writer and despair. That your writing stinks, and that you’ll never be that good. That there’s no point in continuing. You’ve been doing this for months, or years, or decades, and you’re still not good enough.
I feel you pain – but there’s an easy explanation. Read More
Yes, that’s Brandon Sanderson. Check out this interview with him on CBS:
This goes into the “inspiring” file: a 99-year-old veteran of the US Marine corps bought his first computer at age 95, and has now published a children’s book.
“Most of us have a bucket list that we never have time to do, until life presents us with spare time, and that is what happened to me.” – 99-year-old first-time author Sam Baker
English is my third language, and the one I most prefer to write in.
That’s because it’s the language that I’ve read the most in, and the one I’ve practiced writing in the most.
It wasn’t always like this. Read More
A cabal of evil magicians curse the Moon, causing it to slow down, bringing it closer and closer to Earth.
What happens then? Look below (it’s well worth it):
All the way until someone online (who’ve likely never even written anything) tells you that 1) short stories don’t sell and 2) nobody reads short stories anyhow and 3) you should write a novel in the latest Hot, Trendy Genre instead of wasting your time.
What a load of crock. Read More
Well, I said, “Meaning” is what you make it. Read More