I love books.
I enjoy reading them. I like making them. I love a bookstore, too!
I follow an interesting blog that posts old letters (often from famous people).
Today, one was posted that I found inspirational.
Tim Burton had written a children's book when he was 18. He had sent it to Disney for publication. Disney sent a very polite rejection letter.
I like how Burton has been persitent in making things from an early age. He has given the world many creative works.
You might not want to make books like I do, but I'm sure you want to create something with your life.
This post inspires me to continue making things in life and to be persistent.
Read it here:
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