fs: Some advice I received that set off a lightbulb over my head was this: give yourself permission to take yourself seriously.
fs: I used to be a café and restaurant nomad, camping out at various spots in Cambridge to write all day.
fs: My mother never pressured me to “follow in her footsteps.”
fs: I was really nervous for our first book tour, and like any girl, I was freaking out that I had nothing to wear.
fs: Yes, we write them in different states, which is safer for everyone.
It means the same as baffled, only I didnt know whether baffled has two fs in it or not.
I did not like the two fs and asked my mother to let me drop one.
fs Voltaire is, as M. Vitu points out, the exact anagram of Arouet fils.
One of his sitters happened to be a gen-d'arme, whom he had promised to paint for 30 fs.
The loops of the e's, fs and such letters were deep pools, and I had underlined one word with some vigour.