Anonymous asked: I wish I could talk to you properly x
Man the fuck up and talk to me rather than sending me anonymous messages on my tumblr. Defs not in the mood for this right now.
1:35 am • 24 May 2013
Anonymous asked: Who do you like? when did you last sleep with someone? if someone started talking to you would you give them a chance?
No one at the minute, ages ago not really that interested atm, and yeah depending on who they were.
9:34 pm • 17 May 2013
Anonymous asked: if I ask you questions will you answer truthfully?
Depends on what’s asked…
6:54 pm • 17 May 2013
“Whether you are a good or bad writer is an irrelevancy when you first begin. What’s important is that you write, you get up in the morning and you say, “I’m going to treat this like a job and I’m not going to just do this when I feel like it. I’m going to really get to work on making this the best I can make it, and work hard to achieve something”. You can’t sit around waiting, cause you’ll wait around for a long time. What you have to do is just get on with it, and write whatever comes out and not worry over much about whether the punctuation is right or the spelling is right or even if the order of the words is right, but just get on with it. You have to go after, seek after the things which are truthful to you. And I mean truthful. If you don’t believe in Christ, then don’t have a hero whipping out holy water when it suits him, because you’re not telling the truth about what you believe about the world. If you don’t believe that the image of Christ is ethicasy in the world, then don’t have your hero use it in such a way. All you doing is accessing a series of cliches from somebody else’s work. If you’re gay, write about gay characters. If you’re straight, write about straight characters. If you’re straight and confused, write about straight and confused characters. If your passion is about painting and football, write about painting and football. Write about your mother, write about your father, write about things you know, and then let your imagination lurk on those things and develop them into something new and fresh even for you. Surprise yourself, astonish yourself, and tell the truth.”
— Clive Barker (via tealdeath)
4:40 pm • 17 May 2013 • 6 notes