It’s Top Ten Tuesday! Top Ten Tuesday is a feature hosted on Tuesdays by The Broke and the Bookish. The theme for today is top ten TED talks on words, writing and stories.
- For the writers neck-deep in querying, writer’s block, doubt, failure and writing in general. (Elizabeth Gilbert // Eat, Pray, Love)
2. For the writers wondering what makes a great story. (Andrew Stanton // WALL-E, Toy Story)
3. For the supporters of We Need Diverse Books. (Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie // Half of a Yellow Sun)
4. For people who love blank pages, mystery, TV and magic. (JJ Abrams // LOST, Star Trek, Star Wars)
5. For people who see connections between human emotions and literature or who want a different perspective on what makes writing. (Parul Sehgal // The New York Times Book Review)
6. For people who love reading, especially comparative literature, and who are pursuing their own dreams. (Lisa Bu)
7. For poets of all kinds, on everyday life, writing and the different mediums of poetry. (Billy Collins // poet)
8. For people who believe writing is magic, or that it can be. (Jarred McGinnis)
9. For everyone who enjoys the significance of perspective and unreliable narrators. (Raghava Kk // author, artist)
10. For everyone looking forward to the next generation of books and innovation in book technology. (Mike Matas // interface developer)
That’s it for this Top Ten Tuesday! If you did one this week, make sure to comment it below and I’ll check it out.