When Albert Einstein and Charlie Chaplin, at that time two of the most famous people in the world, pulled up in their car to an opening of Chaplin’s latest film, the fans went wild. They clawed at the windows and climbed over one another to stare inside. Bewildered, Einstein said to Chaplin, “What does this mean?” Chaplin replied, “It means nothing. Absolutely nothing.”
~BARBARA SHER, author of It’s Only Too Late If You Don’t Start Now
Still thinking that you might be behind the curve ball in starting a new endeavor?
Creativity thrives under certain conditions, while it is debilitated under others.
Counting down to a love-hate relationship.
The changing of the clocks—which happened once again Sunday morning—is wasteful, unnecessary, and even dangerous.
Apple’s iconic apple, featuring a bitten-off chunk, is one of the most recognisable logos in the world. And with the company’s ubiquitous products increasing in popularity, we’re exposed to the famous fruit image more frequently than ever. Yet a new study finds that while all this exposure provokes confidence in our memories for the logo, it fails to translate into accurate recall.
Space tourism is costly business. Already Virgin Galactic has poured hundreds of millions of dollars into creating its commercial space program. And a ticket to space comes at a hefty price. Of course, you will have to pay for a ticket in dollars or some other earth-based currency.
Blue Moon Brewing Company — the producer of the much-loved Belgian-style wheat beer — has all the aesthetic trimmings of a small, artsy brand.
If we were to ask a priest where religion originated, his response would most likely be rooted in his theology. The same would hold true for a rabbi, imam, yogi and so forth. We believe that the roots of our personal faith provide an answer to questions of creation.
Writers flounder trying to figure out how to make their idea compelling enough to sustain a great novel. Unfortunately, too many search for this “secret” or magic to take place while writing the novel, hoping it will just develop on its own or appear organically as the story unfolds. It won’t. It has to be carefully constructed.
Are you interested in writing medical thrillers? Or perhaps you are planning some scenes in your novel that show medical procedures. Writers often make mistakes in accuracy when it comes to medical details.