Category Archives: Who said that?

A weaver of dreams


I am a teller of stories, a weaver of dreams. I can dance, sing, and in the right weather I can stand on my head. I know seven words of Latin, I have a little magic, and a trick or … Continue reading

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To quote Douglas Adams


The great Douglas Adams once said “writing is easy. You only need to stare at a blank piece of paper until your forehead bleeds.” Adams passed away over eight years ago but I still get so much joy out of … Continue reading

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A quote because I have nothing else to say


There’s nothing to writing.  All you do is sit down at a typewriter and open a vein.  Walter Wellesley “Red” Smith  

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Jorge Luis Borges on the inner critic


“Any time something is written against me, I not only share the sentiment but feel I could do the job far better myself. Perhaps I should advise would-be enemies to send me their grievances beforehand, with full assurance that they … Continue reading

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