>guys don't read books
Why are books seen as girly? Or unmanly? Are they in fact girly and unmanly in the modern age?
You have 5 seconds to explain why you haven't read it yet.
>Haha..started as a seed from the semen;
>Straight outta papa's nuts
>Lustin for creamin
>Bitches with big butts
>Curves make a nigga cry
>Tits 'n shit
>When I'm locked down beggin you for porno flicks
>- Tupac Shakur, Niggaz Nature
Post a nice sentence that you recently wrote for your novel.
A sentence is rarely enough, here is a short fragment.
Я шлa к бoльницe чepeз двopы. Чepeз дыpы в зeлeнoм зaбope мoжнo былo paзглядeть кopoбкy дeтcкoй плoщaдки, и дeтeй, пинaющих cдyтый мяч. Их pюкзaки и кypтки cвaлeны в yглy, нa плoтнoм, cтoптaннoм гpyнтe кoнcиcтeнции бeтoнa; иcкyccтвeнный гaзoн cвepнyт pyлoнaми нaпpoтив, oн пoбypeл, и плacтик нaчaл пoдгнивaть....
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It's about a guy and his love for chips
>Doritos, light of my life, cheese on my fingers. My hunger, my munchies. Do-ree-toes: the tip of the tongue taking a trip of three steps down the palate to tap, at three, on the teeth. Do. Ree. Tos. It was chips, plain chips, during lunch, weighing one-point-eight ounces in one hand. It was Cheesy Nacho for snacks. It was Cooler Ranch at school. It was Salsa Verde in the shopping line. But in my mouth it was always Doritos.
What do you think of YouTuber books?
What do you think about contemporary Latin American literature ?
So how is this not just a story about some r9k autist?
I think it's time for a nice conversation/debate on this, guys.
I personally like Dostoevsky because he's a psychopath and that appeals to me.
Post your favorite writers or books you don't think we've heard of but need to read.
Me first: Urmuz, Romanian writer and avant-garde cult hero.
how will it end, /lit/?
Bran goes back in time and prevents white walkers from existing and in the final scene we see all the characters alive and happy and we think it's all fine until Ned Stark chops off that dude's head again and we realize nothing has changed.
who here has a complete written record of their life and times
they're just like eight years of journals from age 14 on or so, they're always good to look back to just for shits and gigs and have also been indispensable for different creative nonfiction things i've done, ordering events and getting shit straight and all
my drama professor gifted this to me.
what am i in for?
what a dope book. reminded me of libra. what are some other works of fiction that revolve around real historical events?
I'm 250 pages into the book but it is really convoluted and hard to get into right now. Does it get any better?
>What's your favourite book, Anon?
This is a man who's won awards for his writing. This is a man who's considered a professional editor. But just look at that fucking prose. The punctuation is so off that it actually hurts to read it, and yet he's considered a professional.
Why the fuck has the art of writing degraded to this?
>I know better than an established author who has many published books and who has been writing for 40 years