vectogram
vectogram:

Nintendo GameBoy (1989 / NA)

The original GameBoy is as much a part of my childhood as Saturday morning cartoons and hating veggies. Its use was mostly saved for the trips across Missouri to see mom’s side of the family. The worst car sickness I’ve ever had was on one of those trips and thanks to Super Mario Land; I swear that hearing certain tracks from it still make me queasy today.

vectogram:

Nintendo GameBoy (1989 / NA)

The original GameBoy is as much a part of my childhood as Saturday morning cartoons and hating veggies.

Its use was mostly saved for the trips across Missouri to see mom’s side of the family. The worst car sickness I’ve ever had was on one of those trips and thanks to Super Mario Land; I swear that hearing certain tracks from it still make me queasy today.

wilwheaton
Don’t share work-in-progress with non-writers. Indeed, don’t even discuss it. Think of work-in-progress as an egg around which the shell has not yet hardened. I told my wonderful husband, a newspaper editor, my idea for a scene I wanted to write. ‘It sounds like a cliché to me,’ he said. I winced—but as an editor on a daily deadline, his job is to derail weak ideas before they waste anyone’s time. As a fiction writer, mine is to trust my ideas, follow them around dark corners and see what turns up. Thankfully, I wrote my scene. The story won a prize that took me to Russia, ran in a top literary magazine, and was published in my first book.

Dylan Landis (via mttbll)

THIS THIS THIS THIS!!!!!!!!

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