“When the word bursts from my mouth, everything goes black, and suddenly I feel the rush of wind past my eyes, my face.”
“Unleash all that perfectionism in bursts of activity if need be.”
“Unger's plot bursts from the starting gate and never lets up, as Ridley pieces together the puzzle that is her past.”
“After 6 months of writing in bursts of emotional agony, I was better.”
“You hold on till you are purple in the face, till it seems your arms are dragging out of their sockets, till the blood bursts from the ends of your fingers.”
“For the first 30 minutes, there are no branches, so I sprint upward in bursts, and then rest in my harness, panting and spinning in the open air.”
“The highly plotted aspect of this, and the short sections, often from different characters 'points of view, enabled me to write in bursts, often on the morning train I take from where I live in Connecticut to my office in”
“But short-term bursts of gas prices have very little to do with these long-term trends.”
“Your energy comes in bursts, after which you need a long nap or a couple of evenings at home to recuperate.”
“Drucker's solutions for fragmented executives--reserve large blocks of time on your calendar, don't answer the phone, and return calls in short bursts once or twice a day--sound remarkably like the ones offered up by today's time- and information-management experts.”
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