Uncomplicate it. Don’t make excuses. Some of life’s biggest heartaches come from missed opportunities and lame excuses. Don’t miss out on what could be the best chapter in your life because you’re too busy rereading the last one.
It was good I left Brighton on a high, like I left Palace on a high but whether Carlisle to Rochdale or Brighton to Palace, as soon as I left that chapter was closed.
'Red Hook Summer' is another chapter in my chronicles of Brooklyn.
Honesty is the first chapter in the book of wisdom.
I think in terms of chapters. Every time I finish a movie, it's a chapter. When one of my kids graduates from school, that's a chapter.
Dylan Thomas is now as much a case history as a chapter in the history of poetry.
This is an exciting time. A new chapter in our history.
If you make a trilogy, the whole point is to get to that third chapter, and the third chapter is what justifies what's come before.
When I was the detective at the Colorado Springs Police Department, in 1978, I launched an investigation into the Ku Klux Klan, a chapter that was forming and trying to expand, in my city.
I originally wrote 'The Martian' as a free serial novel, posting one chapter at a time to my website.
Many, many of my paintings have come from the first chapter of Moby Dick.
After I finish writing a chapter, I'll print it out, cut it up into paragraphs, and cut away any transition sentences. Then I shuffle all the paragraphs and lay them out as they come. As I arrange and hold them next to each other, very quickly a natural structure for the chapter presents itself.
I'm a great planner, so before I ever write chapter 1, I work out what happens in every chapter and who the characters are. I usually spend a year on the outline.
But 18 years after the passage of the Civil Liberties Act, there still remains unfinished work to completely rectify and close this regrettable chapter in our Nation's history.
Chapter 11 is an expensive process that does not accommodate the special needs of farmers.
During 'Stranger Things 3,' I shot 'It: Chapter Two,' so I would shoot on my days off, which was super tiring and stressful, but really rewarding at the same time. Basically, I shot 'It: Chapter Two' and 'Stranger Things 3' at the same time.
I was having a lot of people ask me to update 'The Shock Doctrine' and add a chapter about Trump.
I write from this tight third-person viewpoint, where each chapter is seen through the eyes of one individual character. When I'm writing that character, I become that character and identify with that character.
I was very attracted to doing 'The Wolverine' in Japan because that's my favorite chapter in the story of Wolverine. But I'm not a superhero guy.