I've loved the Labyrinth since it first come out in '86 and I saw in the theater when I was 15, the same age as Jennifer Connelly. I rediscovered it a few years ago when I bought the 20th anniversary DVD set and have since become obsessed with it.
I LOVE nearly all movies and books, my faves would be far too numerous to list here. Heck I'll read the cereal box during breakfast I love reading so much. Just think of any classic lit, decent sci fi or fantasy book or movie and I've likely seen/read and love it. My husband and I both love really terrible sci fi/fantasy/horror/apocalyptic movies that are so bad they're great. Like the sci fi tv movie Mansquito- jeez I just love that title!
I'm a writer with a vicious, rapier like wit- before I became a paramedic a lifetime ago I was working on my creative writing degree. I'm published as a technical writer of medical continuing education articles but still have vivid fantasy dreams which are like watching movies which I'm not a character. I have so many stories, artwork, and jewelry designs in my head that I often lose sleep because I can't stop creating. I would love to invent a machine that instantly downloaded my thoughts to real life in a coherent format! And to think in high school I was afraid of a career as an artist because I might 'run out of ideas'!
This is the first time in years that the urge to write fiction has lite a real fire under my butt so I just had to share.
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"Art is not life. Life is not art. But the beauty and horror of the human condition exists between the two." - me
"The worst sin a writer can commit is to be boring."
"You can do it all, you just can't do it all at the same time."
"Life is what happens when you're making other plans."
"Money doesn't bring you happiness, it brings you the freedom to find it." - me
"I thought you had the key!" - me
It is almost possible to measure a writer's skill by the dexterity with which he repeats, and yet avoids monotony."
-English Professor George G. Williams, Rice Uni., 1935
I have discovered a forgotten gem. I rescued it from an estate sale, and I'm in love with it. I highly recommend it to any serious writer locating this out-of-print book, "Creative Writing-For Advanced College Courses", by George Guion Williams- first edition 1935. He was a Houston Rice Uni. professor who died in 2000. I've only read 40 pages of 400ish so far and the man was BRILLIANT. This is a text book (with exercises) which reads smoothly, almost as witty as a novel. I googled it and located a few on Amazon, Abebooks and Albiris averaging $15. It will pay you back immediately. It is priceless. When they ask me who I'd wish to have dinner with: George Guion Williams will be number one on my list.
AS OF 9/15/11: I've written over 500,000 words for fan fiction and fiction press since starting 10/6/10 and just hit 112 author faves/alerts...wow!
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