Business is changing. Changing at the speed of information. Whoever adapts first, wins.
In order to compete, we innovate. In order to innovate, we redefine. And how do we redefine? With a new definition.
When Shakespeare wrote “It is a tale told by an idiot: full of sound and fury, signifying nothing”, I’m pretty sure he was talking about copywriting at ad agencies.
List 10 books that have stayed with you. Don’t think about it too hard, they just have to be books that have touched you. Feel free to tag me, so I’ll see your list.
1. The Neverending Story, Michael Ende
2. The Master and Margarita, Mikhail Bulgakov
3. Pride and Prejudice, Jane Austen
4. The Real Life of Sebastian Knight, Vladmir Nabokov
5. Scoundrel, Zoe Archer
6. Real Men Will, Victoria Dahl
7. The Lost City of Z, David Grann
8. Julian Comstock, Robert A. Wilson
9. Kindred, Octavia Butler
10. Alanna, the First Adventure, Tamora Pierce
Fun fact about me: There are days, even whole weeks, where I’m sincerely terrified I’ll never be able to write a decent sentence ever again.
This is one of those weeks.
Well, if you like Isabela, then you’re gonna love what I have planned for the sequel to Fair Child… ;)
(that is if I ever feel well enough for writing again URGH. I’m so sorry for the unannounced hiatus. If it’s any consolation, I’m falling way behind on my work schedule too — when I feel this awful, I just cannot bring myself to write)
As far as your question goes, I think I did once write a short drabble of Isabela/Carver: They were WWI/Porco Rosso style pilots together, if I recall correctly. But I likely won’t write any more Isabela/Carver. Not that I have anything against the pairing, but when it comes to Merrill and/or Carver, I’m not much for multishipping; I’m so into those two together that I can’t picture them with anybody else anymore. :)