Posts Tagged ‘quote’


Wow, this really made my day. First, I have to thank Sue Vincent (scvincent.com) for her consideration. It really meant a lot to me. Lately, I have stayed away from my blog, but I decided to give it another try to see how it goes. Having one person appreciating you out there is everything you need in order to keep up you going, so, for one more time, thank you, Sue!

So here is how it works. Once you’ve been nominated, you have to post 11 things about yourself, answer 11 questions from the person who nominated you and pass it on, so I am going to answer the questions now like an exercise of self-knowledge (don’t really know what’s that…). The questions and answers, below:

1. When did you start to write?

I started to write more than a year ago, but that was an experimental phase. Also that’s when this blog was created.

2. What genre do you read most?

Mostly, I read 20th century prose.

3. What is top of your bucket list?

Write a novel/make a movie.

4. What is your favourite book? ( Go on,  pick one, hard as it is…)

Hard one… Les Miserables by V. Hugo

5. What landscape sings to your heart?

Any as long as it’s raining.

6. Are you a dog person or a cat person?

More of a dog person…

7. If you could go back in time to visit, where would you go?

I’d go to the 40’s in the Second World War time.

8. What makes you laugh?


9. Do you have a favourite quote?

I have more, but for this time I’ll go with: “Live to the point of tears” by A. Camus

10. What is your favourite time of year?

I guess that Christmas, because it has a distinctive feeling.

11. If time and money were no object, where would you most like to visit?

New York City.

So, that’s me and that’s pretty much what I’d answer at this questions, but maybe tomorrow I’ll be another person and all this answers would be different. But who knows, right?


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I`d like to be independent, like I once read in an dusty novel, between old pages. Among those blurry lynes, few words arised, clear and alive, only few that I`ll remember years later, at the moment of writing, one simple statement written at the closure of a life: “I lived an independent life”.

There is no greater lesson than this, at least at the time being, at least for me. Never rely on anyone, but yourself! Never expect anything from anyone, but yourself! Be free and independent! Live as you want!

Don’t rely on anyone…

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Behind every beautiful thing, there’s some kind of pain.

 Bob Dylan


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"Futility of futilities, all is futile"


"Live to the point of tears"