Why do millennials hate kierkegaard and spiritual literature so much?
What books would you adapt to film if you had billions of dollars to throw around?
probably the story i wrote about fucking ya mum last night. i made her cum in her bum (rhymed) and she squirted all over my gigantic robotic solid dick. turn it into a film so i can watch me fuck her every night while i fuck her. dum little fuck cunt.
Can we have a good thread please?
>no need for shitpost
>Baileys prize longlists self-published debut and 10 other first novels
Women’s prize for fiction announces field of 20 that also includes work by major names including Kate Atkinson and Anne Enright
Who is your money on /lit/?
Anyone knows where I could get a full text pdf of Eithrer/Or on the internet illegally?
What do you guys think about the Rangers Apprentice?
That's what the Wikepedia entry says, so it's probably true. I saw the first couple books on the shelf of the local bookstore I sometimes stop by, but I've never read them, so I can't give an opinion about them.
I was about to make a post about this. My brother (total plebeian) read the Mage's Apprentice books, and from the looks of it they were garbage.
Once I peered over to look at him reading these books, and I was surprised at how decently written they were. From what I saw, Ranger's Apprentice actually seems to be one of the higher tier fantasy series in terms of actually having some thought put into it and not being complete garbage, but then I've never bothered to read them properly.
If your life was a subject of /lit/, which artwork would you be?
Mine would be the Call of the Cthulhu, and I would be the water.
I would be delphic apollo, god of the sun, worshipped and coddled by these unworthy but willing ones.
Why isn't A.A Attanasio discussed more here? the Radix tetrad is fucking legendary-tier sci-fi
what are your thoughts about great erotic lit, not that miso crap going on screen or read by those old aunts in public
What are some books about Orthodox beliefs?
I'd like to come back and apologize for making this shitpost/meme.
You might get some good answers on /his/, they have pretty consistent threads on Orthodoxy there. I'm sure there is a /lit/ chart on Orthodoxy out there but with warosu messed up it will be hard to find.
Anyone here know of any short stories that deals with a failed artist wishing he had paid more attention to his family/friends instead of focusing on his art/career his whole life? Bonus points if it's very symbolic. Basically looking for the literary version of LCD Soundsystem's All My Friends, or the artistic version of John Cheever's The Swimmer? Or even A Christmas Carol, I guess.
Appreciate the recommendation.
I found a pdf of Nine Stories here ( http://materlakes.enschool.org/ourpages/auto/2013/2/25/50973306/Nine_Stories_by_J_D__Salinger.pdf ) if anyone is interested in reading it as well. I'd recommend A Good Day for Bananafish as well. Haven't read anything else in it though.
i love you guys
post your favorite book ITT
>save up for a new Nook
>"B&N Shutting Down Nook"
What do, senpai? I've got a decade worth of ebook hoarding in ePub already and no ereader.
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>This anthology is a pretty good mix of horror stories posted on reddit.
So go back there buddy, we dont want you here.
How do I write a proper story? Do I just make shit up as I go along? Do I flesh out the characters first? Do I establish the general idea of the beginning, middle, and end? I do not know where to even begin with this shit. I have a few scattered ideas all over the place but it I lack the way to organize it all together.
Come up with 2 characters. Play them off eachother to determine chemistry. If it works, go forward from there. Why are they together? Why are they apart? What do they value? Who do they encounter? Why? What are their goals?