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Eliot Peper
Novelist: Borderless, Bandwidth, Cumulus, True Blue, Neon Fever Dream, and the Uncommon Series ().
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Harvard Biz Review Dec 8
Working alone can be valuable, but you still need feedback to keep a clear perspective
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Ryan Holiday Jan 22
"Awareness, not age, leads to wisdom." Publilius Syrus
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Eliot Peper 15h
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Eva Hagberg Fisher Jan 20
Replying to @pierce @eliotpeper
i really like 's monthly newsletter of reading recommendations and occasional observations
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Brian Koppelman Jan 22
You are the only one who can give yourself permission to take the risk of creating something. There is no gatekeeper, no executive, no parent or family member whose blessing you need. Listen to the quiet voice inside you. Then really hear it. And take action. Do the work.
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Eliot Peper 16h
Replying to @inevernu @dajbelshaw
Great post.
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Eliot Peper 16h
Replying to @inevernu
When I'm working on a rough draft, I dive right in after breakfast and work through to lunch without interruption. Then I go on a run or do some sort of exercise, eat lunch, and then check email/internet for the first time and spend the afternoon reading and responding to stuff.
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Eliot Peper 16h
Replying to @inevernu
Murakami's routine is pretty similar.
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Eliot Peper 16h
"Science fiction moves at the pace of life, accelerated or slow-motion. It walks the borderlines of mainstream culture, enamored of edges." -
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Eliot Peper 17h
Replying to @johnaugust
Same issue for Amazon with book discovery.
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Brad Feld 17h
The Timeless Link Between Writing and Running and Why It Makes for Better Work
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Lucy Bellwood 17h
I’m drinking in every second of this conversation between and . So much relevant experience and charm in here:
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Jake Chapman 17h
Petrichor is the smell of the ground after rain. Biblichor is a new word and describes the smell of old books. Biblichor is my new favorite word.
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Stephen King 18h
Reading THE BORDER, by Don Winslow (out next month). Man is a balls-to-the-wall storyteller. A harsh, important book. Favorite line so far: "The difference between a hedge fund manager and a [drug] cartel boss? Wharton Business School."
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Eliot Peper 18h
Replying to @jonmeacham
PS Make sure to leave a review, they really make a big difference. :)
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Eliot Peper 18h
Replying to @jonmeacham
Thanks Jon, I hope you feel better and look forward to hearing what you think of Borderless!
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Jon Meacham 18h
Flat in bed with the flu today, but my silver lining was the time to finish ’s Bandwidth. Loved it. Can’t wait for Borderless to show up on Thursday.
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Sarah Guan Jan 22
A fun thought experiment, but so fraught for diaspora populations What is home? Do you think—given cultural distance—you could survive in your family’s country of origin 500 years ago? Do you think—given apparent “outsider” indicators—you could survive in your current country?
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Paul Graham Jan 22
Hello, I'm an essayist. You may know me from my greatest hits, including "No, what I said was...," "Can you give an example of a specific sentence or passage that's false?" and "If I meant that, I'd have written that."
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Maria Popova 24h
We lost Ursula K. Le Guin a year ago today. I still shudder at the loss. She left us, besides some of the greatest moral philosophy elegantly disguised as fantasy and science fiction, the finest thing ever written on gender: (cc )
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